Updated October 2017


Listed below are several professional counselors who also understand nutritional balancing, and are on a nutritional balancing program themselves.




It is for anyone who wishes to talk to a professional counselor about anything going on in your life.




            1. This is an energetic approach to healing and trauma release.  This means that the program increases you energy level, and then the body does the healing. This is described in the article entitled Trauma Release And Nutritional Balancing.

Counseling is therefore mainly supportive, and that is all most everyone needs.  Your counselor may also help you understand purification reactions or Retracing, and how to move through blocks without resorting to drugs, in almost all cases.

2. Referrals. Your counselor is on a nutritional balancing program, and understands how it works.  She or he will keep you on your program.

This is very different from regular counseling who often do not believe in nutrition and often discourage people from staying with their program.

3. All done long distance.  Counseling is usually by telephone, Skype or email, rather than in person.

4. The counselor has a different role.  The counselor is not so much in charge of the counseling process, as he or she is a “helper on the path” during the client-centered process of bioenergetic healing.

5. Development.  The counselor is not just interested in your physical and emotional healing.  He or she is also interested in your development, a very precise concept explained in a number of articles on this website such as Introduction To Development.  This requires a healthful lifestyle, proper diet and other adjustments in your life, but the rewards are well worth the effort.

9. Counseling is spiritually-oriented.  This counseling is not based on the secular-humanist-liberal-progressive value system, as is most regular psychological counseling.  Instead, it is based upon working with the teleology (healing intent and desire) of the body and the soul that everyone possesses. 

It is non-denominational and non-religious in that it is not sponsored by any one religion, but it embodies most of the same principles used in Christian counseling, for example. 




We are reluctant and cautious about recommending regular psychological counseling for several reasons:


1. Most counselors are not oriented toward natural healing methods.  Indeed, counselors today usually recommend the use of medical drugs, or other medical procedures.  In fact, however, these are rarely needed when one follows a nutritional balancing program, and they easily interfere with nutritional balancing.  Medical methods should be used only as a last resort.  However, many counselors use them right away.


2. Among counselors who know about natural methods of healing, few are familiar with nutritional balancing science.  For example, very few understand retracing, bioenergetics, the oxidation types, mineral therapy, and other key concepts of nutritional balancing science.

As a result, such counselors may suggest methods of therapy that are unsafe, or conflict with and damage a nutritional balancing program.  These might include yoga, various meditations, homeopathy, essential oils, flower remedies, random supplements, or other methods that are not compatible with a nutritional balancing program.


3. Many counselors believe in a purely secular understanding of life.  This is sometimes called the secular-progressive or liberal view about life.  I find this approach is not in accordance with nutritional balancing principles, and is more often destructive for the person.


4. Some counselors are simply not competent or ethical enough.  This is a significant problem, at times, and can lead to confusion and discouragement.  It can be due, in part, to a faulty education or lack of experience.  It can also be due to the counselor’s own impaired health, his or her unhealed traumas, or other reasons.


So please be careful when seeking counseling.  Here is a much safer way to receive counseling.




We are pleased to recommend Jan Dean, PhD and Joe Rapisarda for counseling for people on a nutritional balancing program.  Both follow a nutritional balancing program themselves.


Jan Dean has a PhD in clinical psychology and is a licensed therapist in Arkansas.  To contact her, call (501) 240-8869.

Joe Rapisarda is a life coach who has been on a nutritional balancing program for a number of years.  To contact him, go to


Procedure. The counselors work long distance by telephone or perhaps Skype.  Sessions are completely confidential, and no HIPPA or other state reporting rules apply to these sessions.  Scheduling is flexible based on your needs. 


Fees. About $50.00 for half an hour and $100.00 per hour.  An extra fee will apply if extensive preparation time is needed.



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