The Dynamic Neural Retraining System (DNRS) is a limbic system neural rehabilitation protocol developed by Annie Hopper. The neuroplasticity based program aims to encourage more functional neural pathways. DNRS integrates the following therapies: Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), Cognitive Restructuring (CR), Incremental Training, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). I think the protocol is an artful combination of some familiar techniques, making it more effective than an individual therapy implemented on its own.
DNRS does not replace emergency, medical, or mental health services. Each branch serves its important respective purpose. However, I think DNRS can offer individuals something equally fruitful.
What are the DNRS Program Services? I think the DNRS main website is the best location to find this information. www.retrainingthebrain.com
If you have questions about this Limbic System Neural Rehabilitation being a good fit for you, feel free to reach out to DNRS directly by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The official list of conditions DNRS can be applied towards is listed on the DNRS website, here.
Want to learn more about DNRS?
It can be a big step to decide to invest in the DNRS Instructional Video Program for $350 USD (fortunately, DNRS has a 100% satisfaction guarantee), so if you need to learn more first, I would explore the DNRS website and reach out to DNRS at email@example.com with any questions.
Also, you can read Wired For Healing by Annie Hopper. In it, Annie relays the theory behind her DNRS protocol. Experiences shared by DNRS participants are also included. Annie’s book provides an introduction to the realm of acquired limbic system impairments and neuroplastic therapy. Chapter 10 also includes more details of my story.
by Annie Hopper, Dynamic Neural Retraining System creator
“Hopper sheds light on how trauma causes the brain to disorganize neural circuits and shares triumphant stories of recovery of people who have been liberated from chronic and mysterious illnesses through remapping the brain.”
Please continue on with a complete photo timeline of my neural rehabilitation process: