“Is It All In The Brain?!” Integrating Brain Retraining “Neuroplasticity” Approaches into Your Practice for Improved Patients Outcomes

Recently, brain retraining, neuroplasticity and so called “limbic retraining” has become a hot topic in medicine, with many health practitioners already incorporating these protocols for better outcomes.

Find out about these latest cutting-edge interventions from the pioneers in the field, and how it can be incorporated into your health practice, improving the lives of your patients.

Many chronic illnesses such as Long Covid, ME/CFS, Fibromyalgia, Mold, Lyme, POTS, and more can be challenging to treat, with relapses common and long-term solutions sometimes being elusive. This opens up the search for more effective complementary treatments. Grounded in scientific evidence and recent RCTs, the Gupta Program has earned endorsements from a diverse range of health professionals, including functional and integrative doctors, naturopaths and nutritionists.

They have recently published a randomized controlled study showing their program is four times more effective at reducing fatigue in Long Covid than a standard wellness program (wellness program included diet, supplements, sleep advice and exercise). You can read the study here: https://www.hindawi.com/journals/ecam/2023/7068326/ and a summary of all of our research here on Long Covid, ME/CFS & Fibromyalgia: https://www.guptaprogram.com/research

By the end of this webinar, you will

  • discover what neuroplasticity is and how it works in the brain
  • understand how many inflammatory diseases may begin in the brain
  • learn about the “Amygdala and Insula” conditioning hypothesis for chronic illness
  • discover how many diseases may come under the banner of “Neuro-Immune Conditioned Syndromes” (NICS)
  • know how brain retraining works neurologically
  • understand how to integrate these approaches in a clinical setting
  • know about the clinical research and outcomes of RCTs


Feb 06 2024


5:00 pm - 7:00 pm




  • Jeff Bland, PhD
    Jeff Bland, PhD
    Functional Medicine Founder and Pioneer

    Dr. Jeffrey Bland is a personable and highly respected thought leader who has spent more than four decades focused on the improvement of human health.

    He is known worldwide as the founder of the Functional Medicine movement, which represents his vision for a care model that is grounded in systems biology and informed by research that he has a unique ability to synthesize. His pioneering work has created the Personalized Lifestyle Medicine Institute (PLMI), as well as the Institute for Functional Medicine (IFM), the global leader in Functional Medicine education. Since 1991, hundreds of thousands of healthcare practitioners have participated in PLMI and IFM programs, and this collective knowledge has positively impacted the lives of patients all over the world.

  • Ashok Gupta MA(Cantab), MSc
    Ashok Gupta MA(Cantab), MSc
    Founder & CEO of the Gupta Program

    Ashok is an internationally renowned Speaker, Filmmaker & Health Practitioner who has dedicated his life to supporting people through chronic illness, and achieving their potential.
    Ashok suffered from ME, or Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, around 25 years ago when he was studying at Cambridge University. Through neurological research that he conducted, he managed to get himself 100% better. He then set up a clinic to treat others, and was the first to then publish the well-known neuroplasticity “limbic retraining” recovery program and app known as the Gupta Program in 2007.
    He has published several medical papers including randomized controlled trials on Long Covid, ME/CFS, & Fibromyalgia, showing that the treatment is effective, and is continually researching these conditions. You can find out more information at www.guptaprogram.com

  • Alex Bratty, PhD
    Alex Bratty, PhD

    Alex Bratty, PhD is a psychologist with over 20 years of research experience. From management at a Fortune 100 company to partner at one of the most prestigious research firms in the U.S. and founder of her own research consulting company. She has conducted hundreds of quantitative and qualitative studies, including randomized controlled trials. Alex consults to The Gupta Program and brings a wealth of expertise and is passionate about developing opportunities for brain retraining and neuroplasticity programs to be independently tested for its effectiveness.

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