Finally A Ray Of Hope

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A revolutionary therapuetic approach

In response to an ever-increasing need for improvements in available treatment options, there is now an altenative to the many "tried and failed" approaches to a number of psychological conditions which have become pervasive within the greater society.

As patients have depleted their financial resources chasing so-called “cures”, predatory “therapists” have profited in a massive manner.
It has long been recognized that various stimuli may, under specific conditions, elicit responses which can accurately be characterized as therapuetic. Often, psychological disturbances can be “distracted” or “diffused” by a variety of stimuli which might otherwise be viewed as irrelevant or even, in some instances, offensive or abusive.
Although there is ample evidence in the historical record of the efficacy of external stimuli, there has not heretofore been any attempt to create a cohesive approach to therapy which employs any application of these known details.
After extensive research, personal interviews, and I dare say, many years of personal experience in the application and successes of related approaches, I have come to the undeniable conclusions of the valuable and greatly needed treatment options contained in this exciting and revolutionary study.
Drawing on studies done in the early twentieth century (M. Howard, C. Howard, L. Fine) as well as many many film references which are far to numerous to list, it became apparent that the passive approach to many psychological “maladies” was a failed mission. And although the success of the alternative had been amply demonstrated throughout the country in previous generations, the push for less agressive tactics has resulted in an attitude of resignation rather than one of domination of the problem or issue. Unpopular, but true, examples are the feminist movement and abolition of coporeal punishment of children, etc… Therefore, it is my privilege and honor to introduce:
“A revolutionary therapeutic approach"

EIT is an acronym for “Epidermal Impact Therapy” There are many names, pejoratives and euphemisms which have been employed over the years to demean and diminish the value of this importand methodology, including the widely used word “slapping”.
As has been amply and accurately demonstrated thousand upon thousands of times over the years, this technique works! Shock therapy was an abusive and exaggerated application and cannot be equated with EIT which employs specific guidelines and treatment parameters, consistent with the recognition of the well-being of the patient or client.
In the coming months and years, it is hoped that treatment centers will become available nationwide for the convenience and health of all Americans. There will be press releases and interviews provided in the near future. Additionally, persons interested in recieving more information about treatment availability now, will be provided contact information in the very near future.
It is with great pride and satisfaction that I am able to convey this valuable information at this time and I look forward to meeting with those of you in need of these services. Any “Therapists” disillusioned by the failures of the approaches insisted upon by their employers are welcome to join us in our pursuit of the Mental.

(No claims of of success of treatment(s) should be taken as fact or as an endorsement, regardless of the demonstrable efficacy of said treatment(s) )

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Ahhh yes, the ancient Chinese secret of “Epidermal Impact Therapy” EIP. It has been around for 6000 years and yet the west is only, just now, discovering the miraculous healing powers.

The relief of physiological symptoms has long been a quest of modern medicine here in the west. It is a basic human need; since unwanted psychological symptoms are a pain in the ass. It’s lucky for us that the Chinese discovered long ago, 'unique, and complex cognitive processes that can be influenced by epidermal impacts. Since 1995, the American Psychological Society has declared that the symptom relief associated with IEP, is demonstrable in one scientific study after another. This new way of dealing with the mentally challenged is timely, correct, and leads to instant relief, faster recovery, and increased satisfaction in surviving patients. Conversely, the persistence of psychological symptoms due to inappropriate or improper administration of relieving methods, leads to personal, 'Further training is needed for health care professionals. Numerous techniques have emerged in the popular treatments of these serious disorders. For brevity, we will not go into them all, but you can recognize them by their names. (The Smack Down, Clot the Bastard, Whack it, Whack it Hard, The Wollop, The Chuu-Thump-Thwack method) and these are just a few of the more popular modalities.

. There are major controversies concerning the appropriate application of treatments, particularly about their administration. There is no doubt, whatsoever, as to their effectiveness. Over the past decade, EIP has received considerable attention around the world and is currently considered the preferred treatment method. Although IEP was introduced in China 6000 years ago, and was used by the upper classes, the common folk knew nothing about it. That was until the Chinese Scientific Society of IEP was established in 2009. This led to further developing this natural and less complicated treatment. Which of course eventually spread into the practice of Western medicine and psychological treatments. IEP is approved and recommended by the World Health Organization as a main method of symptomatic psychological relief. Welcoming IEP into the world of health service’s treatments has led to a global change in the alleviation of psychological treatments.

On the other hand, studies conducted around the world reveal an increasing inclination of people toward creatively attempting to alter those 6000-year-old, tested techniques. The WHO has stated "There is a right way and a wrong way to administer EIP. Any healthcare professional intending to include such techniques in their tool box of interventions should take the time to learn the technique proper. It is every health care provider’s responsibility to act within the public interest. It is the provider’s responsibility to educate themselves prior to attempting any psychological symptom relief technique. With this in mind, the following video has been provided by the WHO to health care professionals around the world.


I’ve always been a proponent of the tried-n-true W.T.W.C. (Wall-To-Wall Counselling) method for improving an individual’s societal balance. Bear in mind, this method of treatment is more specialized and should be used only on those of a particular behavioural disorder. However, when conducted properly within an appropriate setting, the success rate for restoring a more positive frame of mind within the patient is far greater than that of any type of medication or long-term therapy.


Well of course a multi-disciplinary approach could be useful, considering the “limitations” or “sensitivities” of potential clients. While WTWC has been amply demonstrated to achieve results under certain conditions, EIT can be administered quickly, quietly, and, generally speaking, unencumbered by apprehensions of inflicting severe bodily harm. (Not that there’s anything wrong with that).
An argument could be made that administering WTWC first, then after a “cooling down period” and a series of consoling utterances, launching a prolonged session of EIT could provide the “balanced” treatment necessary to facilitate real, lasting change. After all, it is about helping the person. I welcome input from individuals like yourself who clearly have extensive experience in providing necessary and effective treatment protocols…

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Yes, I see this as an area of great concern.
Why try to fix what is clearly a nearly perfected approach?
I applaud the attitude illustrated in the video. Non-aggressive and direct. No belaboring the process, just “zot” and you are done.
Your extensive background in dealing with, shall we say, “aberrations” in the behavioral “picture” of many different individuals should have provided you with a sound basis for explorational treatment models. With that in mind, your valued input is most welcome.

Edit: we are here to help you through this most difficult period of transition

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Interestingly, an offshoot of IEP is PTM (Penetrating Testicular Massage).Amazing success in the control of anger management has been achieved in recent clinical trials. PTM has been proven effective in reducing the intensity of anger reactions, and in most cases eliminate them completely.
Current studies have focused on prison populations, rapists, murderers. and the highly religious. So, there is debate as to the possible effectivness of employing the technique for spouse abuse, bullying, and other common crimes of aggression. I personally see its value and hope for APA approval within the next few years.

This is a rare scientific footage from the animal trials. Long before the approval for human trials was given .John West - Bear (2000, UK) - YouTube The treatment worked so well, a famous salmon company used it. They sent workers into the field to gather salmon and trained them in the “Look there’s an eagle!” technique of administering the PTM and significantly reducing violent bear attacks.

Advanced technique. You are a young girl at home, minding your own business. Dancing to videos. and suddenly attacked from behind. Pain in the NUTS - YouTube

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Yes, a great video documentation of the multi-disciplinary approach of using ADA (Attention Distraction Alternative) in combination with PTM, to the effect of neutralizing the aggressiveness of the bear.

Here is a real-world video of EIT being employed in a social setting.


Yes, the video clearly demonstrates the importance of proper training. All therapists should go through mandatory training before attempting any of these techniques. People are being trained now in the Techniques associated with PTM pending government approval. Our therapists are working hard, not only so they can apply the techniques but so they can teach others as well.

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