Reverse therapy is a new body-mind healing process that has taken the UK by storm.
It’s is a simple, educational, therapy that teaches people how to work with, and understand, the Body’s need to produce symptoms in certain illnesses. Once awareness has been achieved, then you should be in a position to take appropriate action and remove the need for symptoms.
‘Although it has many imitators it is still the leading-edge solution for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Pain conditions and stress-related illnesses.’, says Dr. John Eaton who developed the therapy.
‘In the early days’, he said ‘we used the approach to help people with Anxiety, Panic, Stress and Depression. Then we discovered that Reverse Therapy is also a powerful solution for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia and many other non-specific illnesses such as eczema, psoriasis and auto-immune disease. Since that time we have gone on to experiment with and extend our treatment strategies and we are proud of the fact that Reverse Therapy is now a complete alternative to therapy’.
To return to a health-sustaining lifestyle also has a number of books available to buy on the technique.
From the very first session, Reverse Therapy is said to put you very firmly on the recovery path.
They teach you:
To understand the real cause of the symptoms
To raise awareness for situations which trigger symptoms
To make links between their unresolved emotions and an increase in symptoms
To use Mindfulness and stay in Awareness in the Present Moment as much as possible
To stay out of negative mental states
To develop positive mental states
To be more assertive
To be more active
Two great books on the subject are Reverse Therapy bu Dr John Eaton and his other book ME, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia: The Reverse Therapy Approach.
5 thoughts on “REVERSE THERAPY AS A TREATMENT FOR ME/CFS/ AND FIBROMYALGIA”
Have you tried this?
No, but it sounds quite interesting don’t you think ?
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It does, but grrr makes me think they think it’s all our fault.
That seems to be par for the course nowadays, wherever you go or who you see. 😟
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