NET Therapy

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Neuro Emotional Technique (NET)
NET is a mind-body stress-reduction approach that helps treat behavioral and physical conditions. This therapy is used by practitioners to help patients process and release stress-related issues – both in mind and body. 

NET Therapy benefits:

  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

  • Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)

  • Hypothyroidism

  • Infertility of no known origin

  • Headaches

  • Body pains

  • Phobias

  • General anxiety

  • Self-sabotaging behaviors

  • Organ dysfunctions 

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NET is a mind-body stress-reduction approach that helps treat behavioral and physical conditions by focusing on negative emotional blocks. The objective is to find the cause of negative physiological reactions to events and help the patient release it and move on.

 

This therapy is used by Mind/Body oriented practitioners to help their clients process and release stress-related issues – both in mind and body. Practitioners use this therapy to help physical problems that have an associated stress component. Stress can definitely be a factor in acute situations, and it is also often a factor in chronic and hard-to-resolve conditions.

While the NET protocol itself is not considered to be psychology, the following principles apply within the steps of NET:

  1. Cognitive (identifying thoughts and internal dialog associated with recollections),

  2. Emotional (identifying the emotions the recollection elicits), and

  3. Behavioral (how the recollections affect actions, relationships, etc.).

 

Pricing: $200 / 60-minute session 

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What is NET?

Although NET was originally developed as a way of finding and correcting an emotional/stress component that was related to a physical problem, very early on patients started reporting that the ‘dramas’ of their lives were improving too. Patients found they were feeling significantly less stressed, happier, more at ease, and so on.

 

NET specifically works with the ‘physiology’ of emotional/stress responses. Extensive scientific research over the past several decades has verified that an emotional/stress expression is a complex reactive pattern of changes in response to a stimulus. This includes changes in neuronal chemistry and neurological, vascular, and muscular tone. The type and intensity of the reaction may occur in response to a specific person or event and may involve widespread physiological changes, such as increased heart rate and inhibition of peristalsis.

One Research Foundation

See two research articles on how NET Therapy can help cancer patients cope with traumatic stress symptoms.