Results of a consciousness-based autism treatment clinical study.

In my private practice, I was getting very rapid clinical results with a variety of presenting complaints including autism, using NeuroModulation Technique (NMT), a non-invasive intention-based treatment.

I designed a multi-site research study to see if NMT would be an effective treatment with autistic children. Typically, traditional treatments with this population tend to produce slow, incremental results. If NMT could speed up the treatment process, it would be valuable therapy to add to a child's treatment regimen.

Results of the study are very encouraging - significant improvements in a number of areas were found in just a little over 9 hours of total treatment spread over a 6 week period.

The study has been published in Explore: The Journal of Science and Healing, a peer-reviewed journal that addresses the scientific principles behind and the applications of evidence-based healing practices from a wide variety of sources.

To view and download a copy of the published article, click here. A pdf file will open in a new browser tab. Please share a copy of this study with other people who might be interested in the findings.

NMT can be performed remotely, which means that children can receive NMT wherever they reside, even if their parents do not live close to an NMT practitioner.

Additional information about NeuroModulation Technique can be found under the Therapies menu heading.