Projects

Although the United States spends more money on healthcare than other countries, we have vast numbers of underserved people with mental health issues. The goals of these projects are aimed at helping with the following: Our veterans deserve effective and timely treatment for their brain injuries and PTSD, and we now have a way to deliver it.  Approximately 20 percent of children diagnosed with autism have reversible conditions, but most doctors do not know this. Scientific evidence suggests many cases of autism could be prevented by screening for toxicities and deficiencies in mothers and infants.

Veterans PTSD

THE VETERANS PTSD PROJECT: Creating a more efficient and effective treatment protocol for severe trauma that utilizes cutting-edge science and technology.

Healthy Mothers/Healthy Babies

THE HEALTHY MOTHERS/HEALTHY BABIES PROJECT: Screening mothers-to-be and their babies for nutritional deficiencies and toxicities (from our everyday environment) to improve their health.

THE CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE PROJECT: Creating gold standards for the treatment of autism in multidisciplinary centers with “one-stop shopping” for both behavioral and medical services.

Telepathy

THE TELEPATHY PROJECT: Groundbreaking explorations of reports by parents and clinicians that autistic children can “read minds.”