reverse therapy

New book on Reverse Therapy

I have now published the new paperback on Reverse Therapy.

This replaces the best-selling 2005 Book M.E., Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia – The Reverse Therapy approach. Contains new and up-to-date information on the Reverse Therapy approach as well as explanations for the conditions it treats. This conditions include: chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, tension myositis, medically unexplained pain, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), eczema, psoriasis and auto-immune disease.

In the book I describe how faulty interactions between the environment, the thinking mind and the brain can lead to Bodily Distress Syndrome. In which excess load on the body leads to alarm signals in the form of a variety of symptoms.

Further information about the book

Reverse Therapy is a radical Bodymind healing process that is an effective treatment for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia and other medically unexplained disorders. It has helped thousands of people recover from these disorders since it was first offered to the General Public in 2003. Reverse Therapy is explained in simple terms, accessible to the general reader. The first chapter describes how the ideas for Reverse Therapy evolved, along with and underlying treatment process. Other chapters explain the nature of these illnesses and what exactly causes the symptoms. Then the book goes on to explain how and why Reverse Therapy works and what sufferers can do to get well again.

To purchase the book on Amazon click here.

2 thoughts on “New book on Reverse Therapy out now”
  1. Hello! I’m really interested in this book and approach, but I’m wondering why the name ME has been dropped from the latest edition? Do you see it as something different from CFS that can’t be helped in the same way, or is it just terminology preference? I’ve been told that they’re used interchangeably, depending on when and where diagnosis happened…
    Also, is there any content difference between the versions?

    1. Dear KB. ‘M.E’ is a term used only in the UK and I believe it to be a source of further confusion. As I explain in the book the labels ‘M.E’, ‘CFS’, ‘Fibromyalgia syndrome’ and ‘Adrenal Fatigue’ actually refer to the same disorder. The new book is a substantial revision of the 2005 book with much new material. Kind regards JOHN

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