This is the official page for VCT Online Training. You are invited to learn about using unweighted tuning forks for vibrational therapy with no cost or obligation. All of the information on this page is the official training information, and more will be added over time.
What is Vibrational ChronoTherapy (VCT)?
This method of vibrational therapy primarily uses unweighted tuning forks and sets of forks to recalibrate the body by taking advantage of the inherent timing of cells, systems, circuits in the brain and throughout the body.
Please review the two videos below to gain a better understanding of this methodology and learn what tuning forks we use in VCT. Both videos are included in the course.
Typical conditions where we would use VCT
Overall categories and areas of focus for VCT are:
- Walk (Gait) and Talk (Speech) Rehabilitation
- Motor-function Rehabilitation
- Cognitive Therapy (memory, behavioral, emotional)
Stuttering, slurred speech, Paralysis rehab, tremors, Parkinsons, MS, Huntingtons, CP, physical therapy, injury and surgery rehab, sports injuries, dyslexia, balance, tinnitus, blurred vision, clumsiness, hiccups, dementia, repressed memory, addiction recovery, schizophrenia, bipolar, stress, anxiety, panic attacks, depression, ADHD, OCD, autism spectrum disorder (ASD), emotional clearing.
Please note that VCT is not used for pain relief or relieving mobility restrictions.
Access to the VCT Online Course
Currently there is over 7 hrs of video content and written content to coincide with the video information. The course includes knowledge information on why Vibrational ChronoTherapy is an important tuning fork therapy. We will show you two main protocols to calibrate the auditory and the sensory nervous system located throughout the entire body. A step-by-step manual of both protocols is provided in the first protocol module. There is a video discussing the unweighted tuning fork sets used in VCT located in the first Introduction module.
You are NOT required to own tuning forks prior to learning VCT. You can learn the material before choosing the tuning forks or sets or you can select tuning forks from your existing sets.