Monday, 23 April 2012
Jacob Teitelbaum, MD, is the one who initiated the recent study showing that NAET measurably benefitted 23 out of 30 autistic kids. Those 23 no longer had to be in special ed classes after a year of NAET treatment. In contrast, all 30 in the control group remained in special ed classes.
Teitelbaum initiated the study, not the NAET originator Devi S. Nambudripad, as I had thought. Teitelbaum was permanently relieved of his hay fever by an NAET treatment, wanted to learn more about it, and eventually became a proponent of it.
NAET is of course the same treatment that has recovered my daughter “Shannon” from her Asperger’s after a year. My son “Mike” has shown some improvement, I think, but the jury is still out.
Read more from Teitelbaum in Psychology Today: http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/complementary-medicine/201204/new-study-explores-naet-possible-treatment-autism
Have you used NAET?