Legal Terms for Unlicensed RET Technicians

(from the discontinued RET Forum)

Unless licensed to do so, RET Technicians do not independently work with medical or mental disease and do not “diagnose,” “treat,” or “prescribe.” RET Technicians may work with issues related to a medical or mental health disorder on referral from a properly licensed health care professional. RET technicians Coach, Teach, Educate, Guide, Instruct, and Train.

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IRT for Tooth Pain

(from the discontinued RET Forum)
by Charlotte Garland

The other morning, my husband Tim and I were working on an abscess tooth issue he has had for quite a while now. We know it is an emotional issue for him, but haven’t be able to identify the root cause so far. It came on when we were visiting his brother in Oregon, to help with roofing his house.

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IRT for the RET Technician

(a discussion from the discontinued RET Forum)

Kristine Farley:
I had the opportunity to use IRT on myself this past week in Mexico. I was triggered by some “stuff” associated with my daughter giving birth. (men) It really helped me, so I was able to better help my sweet daughter with her recovery & baby. Any RET technicians use this for self-care?

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IRT for kids

(from the discontinued RET Forum)
by Charlotte Garland, MRET

You never know when you may need IRT. A 5 year old little girl had received her immunizations for the 1st time just before starting school this year. She reported that before she falls asleep each night, she remembers the time she went to the doctor and all the places she was given shots. This was causing her not to sleep and she was very upset about it.

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Winson’s Research Confirms Efficacy of RET

(from the discontinued RET Forum)
by Ranae Johnson, MRET

Brain and Psyche
The Biology of the Unconscious
by Jonathan Winson

Jonathan Winson is a neuroscientist who has dedicated a great deal of his life working at the frontier of brain research. His research lead him to believe that recent neuroscientific findings may provide the long-sought link between the brain and the psyche. Dr. Winson’s groundbreaking theory, called by noted anthropologist Robin Fox: the most significant breakthrough into the unconscious mind since “The Interpretation of Dreams”, suggests that the link between the brain and psyche began with an evolutionary change in the brains of mammals 140 million years ago – which now, in the brain of man, constitutes the biological basis of the Freudian unconscious.

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