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NET - NeuroEmotional Technique

What is NET?

NeuroEmotional Technique  is NOT Psychotherapy or counseling. It focuses on the physical aspects of emotional or stress responses. NET is used by practitioners to help those physical problems that have an associated STRESS component. Stress responses such as fear, anger, grief and other emotions can sometimes negatively affect us long after the original event. When our body fails to "let go", we find ourselves with self-sabotaging behaviors, phobias, and chronic physical problems. Finding and resolving these "stuck" patterns is done with the help of manual muscle testing (usually using the arm) done by the practitioner. NECs or "negative emotional complexes" that have been stored in the body are released using a breathing and tapping techniques. 30 and 60 minute sessions available.


There is now quantifiable evidence as to ‘why’ patients feel better when treated with NET,
and the dramatic pre- and post- treatment changes can be seen in fMRI brain images.

A recently published study examined the effects of NET on brain physiology in patients
experiencing stress symptoms. Fig. 1 shows pre-NET (with active parahippocampus area)
and Fig. 2 is post-NET treatment (showing parahippocampus area normalized):

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Fig. 1: In these fMRI images we can actually see what the brain looks like during the re-experiencing of trauma before a patient is treated with NET.
Fig. 2: This pair of post-treatment fMRI images powerfully demonstrates how the brain has returned to normal healthy functioning as a result of the NET intervention — even when the patient is again exposed to the same information that was traumatic before treatment.

For more information on this exciting and groundbreaking study visit

The ONE Research Foundation website at

**The above is an educational flyer from the NET website Effect-of-NET-on-Brain-Physiology.pdf (
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