Quantum Neuro Reset Therapy (QNRT) is a proprietary protocol designed to initiate a quantum shift in the nervous system by resetting the brain's response to emotional triggers for both past and present emotional trauma and stress. You can read more details HERE.
QNRT is part of an emerging branch of the medical field called Quantum Neurobiology and is simply Anatomy & Physiology. My personal medical background is in nursing. Additionally, I have also been trained as a life coach, yoga instructor, and guided imagery facilitator. I have a deep respect for and love of the body!
It is a great privilege it is to be able to offer services that support individuals as they work through the integration process for trauma! <3
Traumatic events change people. They changes what a person believes---beliefs about her/himself, beliefs about others, and beliefs about how the world "works." Traumatic events also change the body. They especially rewire the brain and the nervous system, and therefore can have a profound impact on the mental and physical health of individuals (see the landmark ACE study for details of how trauma effects physical and mental health).
As a QNRT practitioner, I am simply a brain specialist. Together, we go into the territory that words alone cannot resolve. QNRT does not involve talk therapy; talking about the trauma or stress in a QNRT session is completely optional. Although we are working with beliefs, we can still reset it without talking about it. Several of my clients with deep trauma or parents of young clients have been relieved knowing ahead of time that talking is entirely optional. However, most of my clients with deep trauma have been surprised at the ease with which they have been able to talk during a session.
I do not treat any specific physical or mental illness, diagnosis, or addiction; however, I do work with clients who happen to come with any number or combination of backgrounds, health histories, or social histories. Everyone responds differently, so reach out to set up a free consultation where we can explore together if QNRT might be a good fit for you.
Please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text: 435-339-3274.
Resets are $75 per session; I accept cash, check, or Venmo.
Be sure to check out my yoga therapy courses to couple with QNRT for an even deeper shift!
How long does a session take?
60 minutes for first-time clients; 30 minutes for returning clients.
What is a session like?
The majority of a session is primarily assessment. Once the assessment is complete, we take a few minutes to discuss our findings together. This is your opportunity to discuss the traumatic event(s) or emotional stress(es) (if you choose to) that are presenting and how it ties into what we have discovered. Then we reset the brain and nervous system based on the specifics of what is presenting.
We use tools such as a pen light, tuning forks, and lasers within a narrow spectrum to activate specific lobes of the brain and tissues of the body.
Clients have reported it to be an overall gentle process. I am supporting your nervous system as we go along, so most clients have found it easier than they expected to talk once we get to that point of the session.
What will I notice afterwards?
Although every client will be different because each clients comes with unique backgrounds/histories/beliefs/etc., see the testimonials below for some examples of what my clients are experiencing.
What if I have to travel a significant distance to your office?
Since we are working with the client's brain, nervous system, and physical body, there are no online options possible. Recognizing I am currently the only QNRT practitioner in Utah, my out-of-town or out-of-state clients typically choose to schedule 2 resets in one day. The nervous system can usually handle 2 resets in one day as long as the client either eats or naps between resets.
One of Brigham City's top rated restaurants is actually just a few doors down from my office (as well as many other food options nearby), so come get reset then go grab lunch or dinner and come back for one more reset before heading home.
My office address is 9 Forest Street Brigham City, UT.
I look forward to working with you!!! <3
"I had a great experience with Katy and QNRT. Katy is a thorough, kind and gentle practitioner. She explained things clearly and in words I could understand. She took the time to listen while I consciously processed the feedback from my brain. She also helped me set goals to continue working through trauma on my own. She has a vast knowledge of tools available that can assist in trauma recovery. I highly recommend her to anyone interested in this cutting edge therapy. I was able to process through many unacknowledged past traumas, begin recognizing negative response patterns and change negative core beliefs. I feel empowered, healthier and better prepared for the future." ~Megan
"Katy is one of the most compassionate people I know. She is knowledgeable, thorough, and efficient. Her pure desire is to help her clients and to make sure they feel at ease with the process. Within the QNRT process, it is an option - if you feel willing and comfortable - to talk through the emotional barriers you are facing. The first QNRT session I had with Katy, I felt comfortable to do this because Katy is SO non-judgmental and compassionate. The feelings I had been carrying were deep and stuck. After the reset, I couldn't even describe to you the feeling I had - the gripping feeling I had carried inside was unlocked and gone. There was a literal physical feeling inside of me that something had shifted and changed. It was amazing!!! I believe that healing is a process and each step we take gets us closer to where we want to be. I have seen QNRT as a valuable and reliable tool in helping my heart heal one step at a time!" ~Shey
"I went through some traumatic experiences was I younger and I went to various counselors and a physiatrist from about age 18 to 28. Some of them were very helpful and some were not and some were hurtful (not intentionally). I was able to work through a lot and move on. But I still had a lot of unexplained, unnecessary weirdness (anxieties, thoughts) About a year and a half ago, my really good friend Katy, did a few life coaching sessions with me. It was remarkable how much that has helped me recognize and change negative thought patterns and habits. It was the quickest, most straightforward and least painful thing I have done to help myself heal, change and move on positively. Yoga was helpful too...I went in today for a reset, because I feel there are some other things that have come up, that I would like to address and change. You guys, honestly it was so much easier/faster/ more effective than the life coaching we did before...Please note, that this is not like counseling. It is NOT talk therapy. There are not histories to be explored. You don't need to disclose details about painful events, your brain knows exactly what is being worked on and you don't need to elaborate...I know some of you do not live near Brigham City, but I can promise you this is life changing and is worth the drive, time and expense- otherwise I would not be sharing this with anyone. Katy didn't ask me to write this email. I did this on my own, because this truly is a miracle and a science I believe Heavenly Father is sharing this technology right now in our day because we need it so bad." ~Becca
"After Katy gave me a few resets while she was visiting Idaho I knew it was worth spending a day driving to Brigham and back for more. QNRT is unlike anything I have ever experienced (and I have tried a lot of things over the course of many years through multiple practitioners - Cognitive behavior therapy, Emotion focused therapy, EMDR, Life span integration, Talk therapy, Drug therapy, Physical therapy and Energy healing to name a few).
I have found more physical pain relief and emotional progress through these gentle resets than anything else. After the first resets it seemed my mind and body were literally telling me 'Thank you' for the healing. Followup visits have increased and deepened that healing.
I was feeling like I was the dog in the electrified cage. I developed therapy induced trauma because the counselors we were seeing encouraged me to [go against what I knew I needed to do]---which reinforced that I had to stay in the cage. Then they did EMDR---which seemed like it was just teaching em to get used to the pain.
QNRT was the only thing that helped while I was in the cage. It helped me find some sanity. I started thinking clearly enough to start moving forward again instead of remaining 'stuck.'
...I have found much relief as I have worked through the different levels of learning about my anger. First, where and how I store unresolved anger, then being able to allow myself to release what I have stored. Now I'm learning to recognize when I am starting to store anger so I can acknowledge and release it." ~Wendy
*Note: this client regularly drives about 5 hours round-trip for QNRT
"[The day I was reset] was the lightest I have felt in years." -Anonymous