The Addictions Project
May 4, 2011
In the spring of 2004, one of our staff found the cause of the alcohol craving in herself and how to eliminate. A few years later we revised that process using a different approach that gave much more consistent results. With this new approach, we found that we can now routinely eliminate the cravings and the withdrawal symptoms of addictions (alcohol, crack cocaine and opiates).
To become a client, contact any of our addiction certified therapists.
Articles about the applications of ISPS techniques to addictions.
March 2009: Teaching only PeakStates Basic Therapists
We've decided to only train students who already have their basic peak states certification from the Institute. This change was for several reasons: the therapist then has the best and most complete training; it ties the therapist into our support and safety network of advanced therapists and clinics; and because of our requirements that the therapist charges for results.
We now teach our techniques for eliminating addictions to certified peakstates therapists. The course description is on the webpage labeled Course #190: Whole-Hearted Healing™ for Addictions.
January, 2007: Large scale testing
We're currently negotiating with a US university to test our addiction treatment process. Here is a copy of our updated research proposal as a pdf file (168K).
August, 2006: Licensing agreement for the PeakStates Addiction Process
The licensing agreement revision 2.4 for our process to eliminate or reduce addictions (Whole-Hearted Healing for Addictions™) is attached here as a pdf file. Although the agreement is pretty standard, there are a few unusual points that addiction counsellors may have not encountered before: 1) charge only for results; 2) agree to keep skills up-to-date as the process improves; 3) an intellectual property rights proviso. (Note: The license agreement is now revision 2.4 as of 11/6/07. There were only minor changes to the content.)
May 4, 2011: Shortened and clarified the description of what the process can do.
March 12, 2011: Removed Matt Fox's bio, as he has retired from the Institute after a 12 years of dedicated and exemplary work.