Friday, January 22, 2016

A word of caution about Post-traumatic stress syndrome, a prelude to MCS and EHS?

A word of caution about Post-traumatic stress syndrome, a prelude to MCS and EHS?

From Richard Conrad, PhD (1968) in biochemistry and person with EHS :

On 2016-01-22 à 15:33, Richard Conrad <> wrote:

Do you mean PTSD, which is post traumatic STRESS syndrome?  Annie Hopper’s system certainly seems to work to reduce OCD and stress around EHS, and reduce EHS due to fears, but persons whose mental state was improved by the training and then went back home and re-exposed themselves to EMF had problems again.  Also, in her seminars, she employs a data projector, which many persons with true EHS would be devastated by in minutes, even at a 10 foot distance.

 Mary Anne Tierney <> wrote
Objet: Rép : Post-traumatic shock syndrome, a prelude to MCS and EHS?

At least 5 of us (that I know personally), including me, have benefitted enormously from doing Annie's program...all via the DVD version.  If you watch her YouTube videoed speech to the AAEM, she shares a list of the scientists and their books who are researching neuroplasticity.   

This takes a huge commitment of at least an hour a day for 6 months...and totally worth every moment!

You are welcome to share my comments with others.  Mary Anne

On Jan 22, 2016, at 5:06 AM, André Fauteux <> wrote:

Hello all,
Can you please direct me towards good papers and scientists working in this area?

Annie Hopper, founder of the Dynamic Neural Retraining System™ is a Limbic System Retraining and Rehabilitation Specialist who has been in the health and wellness field for over twenty years. Hopper is an expert in the field of acquired limbic system brain injuries and neuroplasticity.
As a keynote speaker at a national Brain Injury Conference in June 2009, Annie delivered ground breaking research on “Acquired Toxic Brain Injuries and Neuroplasticity.”

Annie was also a guest speaker at the American Academy of Environmental Medicine 2013 Scientific Conference and the Canadian Counseling and Psychotherapy Association.

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