There is a quiet (r)evolution afoot in the treatment of stress-related disease. For the past 27 years we have been quietly and with little fanfare assembling the world’s deepest and most talented team to marry cutting-edge neurophysiology and data science with mindful awareness and Indigenous Lifeways. Our mission is to transform the diagnosis and treatment of stress-related disorders, which result from sub-optimal operation of the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS), which is the neural architecture of the mind-body connection. Working with the mentorship of over 60 advisors from more than 25 disciplines of wellbeing in 23 cultures, and with input from 5,000 wellness professionals, we have been field-testing and refining a diagnostic framework and interventions protocols that activate the deepest drivers of human wellbeing, and treat the downstream effects of a dysregulated Autonomic Nervous System (ANS).
Since 60-80% of visits to primary care are in some way stress-related; since anxiety, depression, gastro-intestinal distress, Inflammatory Bowel disease (IBD), PTSD, C-PTSD, chronic illness, sleep difficulties, and auto-immune disorders are all a function of a dysregulated ANS, we have set out to build a novel taxonomy of disease, and from this transform the way it is treated. In parallel, and as importantly, we are assembling a novel taxonomy of wellbeing.
To date our work has been field-tested with nearly 15,000 people in 45 countries. We are presently engaged in pilot studies treating 12 different disease pathways, including several that are not on the diagnostic map of modern medicine or mental health (e.g., eco-attachment, climate-related anxiety). Because our work always addresses the twin drivers of decreasing distress and building the foundations of deeper safety and connectedness, it also has profound implications and applications in accelerating personal growth and development from the physiology up.
We were preparing to publicly introduce our work via the Contemplation by Design conference at the Stanford University School of Medicine, until their repeated actions demonstrated they were untrustworthy as partners.
For this reason, we walked away from the conference and are hosting the keynote we would have given there at our own hearth.
The keynote is FREE. When you register we will send you a link to the talk. Looking forward to connecting!
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This event is FREE.