Course #191: Schizophrenia Specialization (Silent Mind Technique™)
Specialized Professional Training
Revision 1.0, July 5, 2007
This professional training is for therapists or MD's working with schizophrenics who hear 'voices'. Our Silent Mind Technique™ eliminates the sound and presence of the voices that the client hears. The technique also works for people who don't hear voices, but wish to permanently eliminate the background thoughts that can distract concentration (such as meditators, etc.). For detailed descriptions of this approach and client reactions to it, see our Clinical Project for Schizophrenia webpage.
This approach is very efficient: it takes about 6 to 10 hours to eliminate the voice symptoms in the typical client.
Who is this training designed for?
This class is designed for therapy professionals who are already working in the field of mental illness, as well as therapists who intend to use this technique with their non-schizophrenic clients. Lay people can attend the course with instructor permission.
Currently, only ISPS certified therapists are eligible for this training.
Because we want to maintain high levels of excellence in our graduates, and because the material in this class is proprietary, and for safety reasons we will have you sign a licensing agreement if you decide to take this class. This agreement has several important provisions;
1) You agree to charge clients only if you have results from your interventions (if possible in your employment circumstances).
2) You agree to keep updated as the techniques improve.
3) You agree not to teach the material you learn. This is because of safety issues with the very powerful processes being used, and because of intellectual property rights issues.
4) To maintain our ethical standards, you agree to give clients a brochure that explains the nature of the process, safety procedures and other information.
5) You agree to a code of ethical conduct, found on this website (www.peakstates.com/ethics.html).
6) You agree to do an internship with our staff to gain proficiency and professional competence.
The table of contents from the course manual outlines the class material.
1.0 July 5, 2007: Initial description of this course.