Lyn White Reverse Therapy

"Lyn is one of the best professionals I know. She is an expert therapist as well as a warm, funny, kindly person. If you have a chance to work with Lyn then go for it!"

Dr John Eaton


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Reverse Therapy - Frequently Asked Questions

Is this a CFS/ME cure? Will it work for me?

Reverse Therapy works best for those who already know they need to do something different and are keen to learn the skills they need to be well.  If you read Dr John Eaton's ebook "Reverse Therapy for Health" or read the material on this website and it resonates with you and seems to fit with your experience this bodes well for the process working for you. Reverse Therapy works as a coaching process - if you do it a little bit, you'll get a little bit better, if you do it a lot, you'll get a lot better, and if you do it completely you'll get completely well.  Clients are encouraged and supported to take responsibility for carrying through the process between sessions. Symptoms subside once the client starts speaking up and taking the action their body needs for them to be safe, happy and fulfilled. The therapist works with you in the sessions to find out what it is your body needs.

How many sessions will I need?

The number of sessions needed is not related to severity or length of illness. It is related to how quickly clients grasp the principles and most importantly put them into practice. If you are keen to learn something new and determined to be well you are likely to get better more quickly.  Nationally, the statistics for recovery from ME/CFS are that over 75% of clients complete in 6-8 sessions. Most of my clients recover in 4-8 sessions, a few take longer and some take less. Reverse Therapy works best when sessions are taken 2 weeks apart until symptoms start to subside. Some clients come for one or two sessions then stop or think they can go it alone – this is not “doing Reverse Therapy” – it was designed as a coaching process. Occasionally someone will come for just one or two sessions and happily they do get themselves well in that time.

Does Reverse Therapy work as well by phone and Skype?

Reverse Therapy treatment for CFS/ME, PVFS, Fibromyalgia, IBS, improving immune function, Anxiety, Stress or Depression all work well by phone or Skype.  Clients in the UK and overseas have benfited from Reverse Therapy by phone and Skype.

Why is Reverse Therapy not available on the NHS?

NHS treatments, for CFS/ME, Fibromyalgia, IBS and other conditions are recommended by the National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE). NICE evaluates all available research and then issues guidelines on what are the most effective treatments. Because Reverse Therapy is such a new and innovative treatment for CFS/ME trials have not yet been done. In my opinion it will be some time before Reverse Therapy is available on the NHS.

Can I continue other therapy for CFS/ME at the same time?

As Reverse Therapy is working with messages from the client’s body, it can be frustrating and confusing to work with Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, psychotherapy or some counselling approaches at the same time.

My preference is for clients to work exclusively with Reverse Therapy.  This way they are sure how they got well, and that then helps them to know how to stay well.

Lots of clients are trying supplements or dietary changes to help themselves get well. I do take these clients on, however it is on the understanding that these approaches, while they may offer some relief, are not going to get at the root cause of the chemical imbalances in the body. They are, therefore, only palliative rather than curative. Reverse Therapy treats the cause by finding out what situations cause the hypothalamus to set off an alarm response and enables the client to take action in those situations so the hypothalamus can return to normal function.

How much does it cost?

Sessions last approximately 80-90 minutes and cost £80.

What if I can’t afford it?

I do have two reduced fee places. These are allocated to those who are keen to try Reverse Therapy but who would otherwise not be able to afford it. Generally these go to people who are on long-term benefits and there is no other income coming into the household. In the past I have also organised flexible ways to pay e.g. standing orders over a longer period of time than the therapy actually takes. If you have private health insurance it could be worth asking them about funding Reverse Therapy.

Any other questions?

If you have any futher questions or would like to book a free 15 minute phone consultation please do not hesitate to contact Lyn.

I am happy to answer any questions you have and advise on whether you would benefit from Reverse Therapy.