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Sunday, September 10, 2006


Thanks for adding my website, Et Cetera: Publick and Privat Curiosities as a link. I find your site very interesting and am adding it to my blogroll for my readers to access. Again, thanks very much!!


xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx (name deleted) from Ohio uses biofeedback in her 'practice'. She uses it for purposes that are not approved by many insurance companies. There is no licensing for biofeedback. No training requirements. Don't even need one biology course.
There is no oversight of the effectiveness. All one has to do is to convince people it works. Experiments show it is no more effective than a placebo. It does have some beneficial effects though: a fatter 'therapist's wallet.

"Psychotherapy is fast becoming a shady business, rather than a profession."

As Dr. X says in the above post

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