Mission: To fund research that validates techniques supporting the biopsychosocial (bps) model of health. To utilize natural healing as the standard of care through neuro-emotional techniques ('net') developed from research, education and public service.
Programs: One research is funding a groundbreaking research project: assessment of neuro emotional technique ('net') for decreasing stress symptoms in cancer survivors at thomas jefferson university hospital's myrna brind center of integrative medicine. Participating patients have been assessed, provided net treatments and pre and post fmri have been conducted. The analysis of the data has been completed and the principal researchers are in the process of drafting the research articles for publication of the study in a scientific peer-reviewed journal. One research makes presentations at thirteen seminars, educating attending practioners regarding the research conducted by the foundation and its importance to the natural healthcare community. One research has engaged in a new initiative to inform the practioner and patient communities of the benefits of 'net' through patient testimonials. One research provides the natural healthcare and 'net' community with a monthly newsletter with information and updates regarding the work of the foundation and its accomplishments within the natural healthcare community.