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An important activity wihin the European Institute for Light Therapy is exploring new treatments with Samassati Colorlight Therapy. In general following steps are taken:
  • The disorder selected for the test is analysed in a holistic way (from symptoms to deep causes).
  • The outlines of the treatment with Samassati Colorlight Therapy are set up.
  • Steps in the set up:
    • relieve the symptoms
    • deal with the deep causes
    • stimulate the bodily functions to resume its natural actions (make the body self supporting again).
  • The number of sessions is determined.
  • The scheme of sessions is set up - what is the time span between sessions?
  • The total protocol for the treatment is discussed with other Samassati Colorlight Therapists and adapted accordingly.
  • The treatment is tested in practice:
    • select clients to participate in the test
    • do sessions according to the protocol
    • evaluate the results with individual clients.
  • Evaluate the testresults and adapt the protocol.
  • Test the adapted protocol in practice again.
  • Include the treatment protocol in the training program of the European Institute for Light Therapy.

An example

In August 2004 we decided to start a test for the treatment of the fatigue syndromes Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), Fibromyalgia (FMS) and ME. The analysis showed that the inability to reach Delta stage during sleep (i.e. the deep sleep stage) is not just a symptom of the fatigue syndromes, but their cause!
The number 1 priority in the designed treatment protocol was to enable deep sleep. Once the protocol was clear we expected 4 treatments to be sufficient to bring about lasting changes.

The test was carried out in the last 3 months of 2004 with 2 clients, one of which had CFS and the other was suffering from Fibromyalgia. We basically wanted more clients to participate in the test, but we had to be practical and did the test with these 2 clients.
The treatment protocol turned out to be succesul for both clients. We needed to add a fifth session, however.
The evaluation of the protocol led us to make a few minor changes in the original protocol.
The treatment has been added to the training program and is in active use since mid 2005.


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