What is Emotional Complex Clearing?

Emotional Complex Clearing (e.c.c.) is an exciting, new therapeutic technique that safely facilitates the emotional healing of current problems and deeper issues, that may feel like roadblocks in your life.


Anger  anger therapy and counseling  Anxiety  anxiety therapy and counseling  Codependency  codependency therapy and counseling  Depression  depression therapy and counseling  Grief/Loss  grief/loss therapy and counseling Panic Attacks  panic disorder therapy and counseling  Past Abuse  stress therapy and counseling  PTSD

Benefits of e.c.c.

We use muscle testing – a simple and comfortable procedure – to locate all the significant existing weaknesses. We deal with presenting problems – the issues that you know are bothersome. (Muscle testing will help us verify trauma that is recalled. This allows us to direct the therapy for emotional healing.)

We also use the Target List (a thorough method of assessment that checks each of twelve different categories) to locate other unresolved issues – those which you may not know are bothersome. (Muscle testing will help us locate trauma that is repressed.) Thus you get both what you want and what you need.

Emotional Complex Clearing can accomplish this systematically and comprehensively.

People report:

  • Feeling lighter, freer, and clearer.
  • Quick relief and release on difficult issues that they expected to be problematic for a long time.
  • Discovering and clearing-up issues that they hadn’t known were negatively affecting them.

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Participant Experiences and Therapists Testimonials

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Read other true stories from participants and testimonials from therapists regarding how e.c.c. has changed people’s lives.

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Developer of e.c.c.

Emotional Complex Clearing was developed by Brad May, Ph.D., a licensed therapist for over thirty years.

Emotional Complex Clearing was developed by Brad May, Ph.D. Dr. May has been a licensed therapist for over thirty years and has taught at nine universities during that time.

He is the author of Feeling Good About Feeling Bad (1981) and Muscle Testing Miracles (1998). He has studied, practiced and taught kinesiology for the past twenty years.