Friday, August 1, 2014

International Association of War Veterans (IAWV)

The idea to create such international association for war veterans and retired officers appeared spontaneously, when one of my friends, retired officer, a biker with extreme manner of riding got into trouble. I never leave friends alone facing their problems.  So we discussed problems these strong people meet in everyday life.

Alongside with PTSD, war veterans and retired officers are experiencing difficulties after retiring. They are not ready for civil life. Trained for military activities and operations, retired officers lack the skill of setting  goals and implementing them for brilliant careers in peaceful environments. They have a military type of mentality, which includes obedience and following the orders.

Moreover, acute physical states - so typical for dangerous military operations which induce adrenaline release, - make them sort of addicted. To substitute these intensive states, as well as to silence post traumatic memories, veterans use alcohol and drugs. Not everybody, but still plenty.

What can we do together?

1. We shall register the Association in Russian Federation as a non-commercial organization and develop the concept (your ideas are needed)

2. We shall create website in different languages, as the information resource with a a special page for post traumatic stress disorder on-line healing

3. We plan 
International meetings, 
Health programs (stress-releasing sessions, eliciting your unlimited potential)

Psychology of Success trainings for you to master such useful mental strategies as goal-setting, business strategies, etc. 

You deserve to be  successful!

4. Extreme events: skiing, mountaineering, climbing, racing, biking in wild places, together

5. We can fight for your rights and attract attention to your problems on the state level.

Join us. You must become prosperous, well-to-do, popular, valued! Add your ideas, concepts & suggestions. If you belong to organization, we can unite our efforts, knowledge and power.

Do you feel power and talents to be head of  the Association or your country department? Write! 

Your experience is so important. Only the best men on biological and human men's levels serve in the army. 

It is time you go out of shadow and be admired everywhere! You deserve to be the hero in everyday civil life.

Post traumatic Stress Disorder Fast Healing

In 2002 I developed a computer program which heals any post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). I named it “Eye Movement Integrator” after Steve Andreas’s method (

Natalia Levis-Fox and Steve Andreas

This program heals any traumatic event, without re-experiencing it within 30-50 minutes.

You may ask Why So Fast? At the basis of the program I put the neurological brain mechanisms of information processing during sleep. Some of the reference articles are below.

I presented  this program  at the 26th International Conference on psychosomatic research in Portugal, Lisbon. The program’s presentation was a big success, and several clinics bought it. The results proved to be amazing. Unfortunately clinical therapists do not bother much with writing scientific articles. They are too busy with practical activities.

Anyway, I managed to collect some private medical records to have a holistic picture: the”Eye Movement Integrator”program always brings positive results.

Contact me:

Tel.: +7 928 266 93 13

Natalia Levis-Fox
Private practice, on-line consultations
License No 314265119000560

Scientific references on “Eye Movement Integration” program

  1. Tanenhaus, Michael K.; Spivey-Knowlton, Michael J; Eberhard, Kathleen M;Sedivy, Julie C; Integration of visual and linguistic information in spoken language comprehension Science; Washington;Volume: 268, Jun 16, 1995.
  2. Antonia F. de C. Hamilton and Scott T. Grafton Goal Representation in Human Anterior Intraparietal Sulcus The Journal of Neuroscience, January 25, 2006, 26(4):1133–1137.
  3. Hommel B, Musseler J, Aschersleben G, PrinzW (2001) The theory of event coding (TEC): a framework for perception and action planning. Behav Brain Sci 24:849–878.
  4. Grill-Spector K, Malach R (2001) fMR-adaptation: a tool for studying the functional properties of human cortical neurons. Acta Psychol (Amst) 107:293–321.
  5. Frey SH, Vinton D, Norlund R, Grafton ST (2005) Cortical topography of human anterior intraparietal cortex active during visually guided grasping. Brain Res Cogn Brain Res 23:397– 405.
  6. Georgopoulos AP, Ashe J, Smyrnis N, TairaM (1992) The motor cortex and the coding of force. Science 256:1692–1695.
  7. Shmuelof L, Zohary E (2005) Dissociation between ventral and dorsal fMRI activation during object and action recognition. Neuron 47:457– 470.
  8. Maquet, P., Ruby, P., Insight and the Sleep Committee, Nature, vol.427, 22 January, 2004.
  9. Maquet, P., et al., Experience-Dependent Changes in Cerebral Activation During Human REM sleep, 2000, Nature neuroscience, vol.3 no 8.
  10. Maquet, P., et al., Off-Line Processing of Memory Traces During Human Sleep: Contribution of Functional Neuroimaging, Sleep and Biological Rhythms 2003; 1: 75-83, Japanese Society of Sleep Research.
  11. Barlow, D.H., Esler, J.L. and Vitali, A.E. “Psychosocial Treatments for Panic Disorders, Phobias and Generalised Anxiety Disorder” in Nathan, P.E. and Gorman, J.M. A Guide To Treatments That Work, Oxford University Press, New York, 1998.
  12. Bolstad, R. “R.E.S.O.L.V.E.: An NLP Model of Therapy” p 12-14 in Anchor Point, Vol 9:8, August 1995 (B).
  13. Bolstad, R. and Hamblett, M. Resolving Psychiatric Challenges Using NLP. Christchurch, 2000.
  14. Goodwin, P.A. Foundation Theory, Advanced Neuro Dynamics, Honolulu, 1988.
  15. Rossi, E.L. and Cheek, D.B. Mind-Body Therapy, W.W. Norton & Company, New York, 1988.
  16. Yapko. M., “The Effects of Matching Primary Representational System Predicates on Hypnotic Relaxation.” in the American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 23, p169-175, 1981.

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