Core Transformation Research:
First Randomized Controlled Trial Published
in Peer-Reviewed Journal
We are pleased that the first randomized, controlled study on Core Transformation has been published in a major journal (full text of pre-publication version here). It was published in the July 2019 issue of The Journal of Counseling and Development, authored by Dinesh J. Braganza, Richard M. Gray, et al.
There were many interesting results reported in this study. One that stands out to me is, “… 61% of those who could have had a clinical diagnosis before treatment no longer fell into this category 4 weeks after the CT session.”*
The treatment was just one session. Even with just that Core Transformation already got significant positive results on measures of overall wellbeing and symptom reduction, measured 4 and 8 weeks after the single session. The results were moderate but significant.
While we wouldn’t expect a single session of Core Transformation to completely resolve all of a person’s problems, this study confirms what we’ve seen in our trainings, coaching practices, and our own lives: Core Transformation gets results.
A small team of researchers is already working on future studies to measure the effects of multiple sessions of Core Transformation. Our clinical experience suggests that more than one session leads to even stronger results. We look forward to finding out what the research will show.
Want more details? Here’s a quote from the article:
If you want to experience Core Transformation for yourself, come to an upcoming Core Transformation training.
Participants in our trainings tell us what this study told us too: the benefits from doing Core Transformation go far beyond symptom relief, helping to create a ongoing sense of well-being.