Mickel therapy

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Mickel therapy is a psychological intervention for CFS/ME developed by Dr David Mickel in 1999.[1] It has been promoted as an effective treatment for ME/CFS, as well as for fibromyalgia, irritable bowel syndrome, depression, anxiety, migraines, multiple sclerosis, and other illnesses which David Mickel describes as "energy disorders".[2] David Mickel has also written a book about Mickel therapy called Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, ME and Fibromyalgia - The Long Awaited Cure.

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No studies have been done on Mickel therapy.

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Mickel therapy is widely available in the UK. There are a smaller number of practitioners working in other countries, although phone and email treatment are also available.

Treatment is usually an hour-long one-on-one session held weekly or fortnightly. The fee for each session is generally between £80-£100. 75% of patients finish treatment in 8 sessions, with 25% requiring further sessions.[3]

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The information provided at this site is not intended to diagnose or treat any illness.

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