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Canadian Company Develops Subconscious Screening Technology
Date:9/21/2010

OTTAWA, Canada, Sept. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- The National Mental Health Association reports that over 65 million Americans suffer from some type of mental illness and that 1 in 5 people will experience some mental illness during their life. By 2020, mental illness is projected to be the leading cause of disease burden in North America, an obviously staggering problem with total costs to society running into the hundreds of billions every year. Northam Psychotechnologies, a Canadian-based company, holds the North American patent pending to futuristic technologies that provide a profoundly powerful solution to this impending problem.

Semantic Stimuli Response Measurement (SSRM) is one of many powerful psychological screening tools they have developed. It is the world's first technology designed and utilized to meticulously measure the response of the subconscious mind outside of a laboratory setting. Internationally renowned brain researcher Dr. Semyon Ioffe has adapted and further developed this technology, which is the direct result of a worldwide body of scientific knowledge, to accommodate the North American conglomerate. He states, "We are the first testing and teaching technology company in the area of mental health, and are able to effectively test for and detect early stages of mental disorders. We also test the effectiveness of medical or psychological treatment for mental disorders, and teach patients, on a subconscious level, to free themselves from drug and alcohol addictions, phobias, suicidal tendencies, PTSD and so much more."

SSRM Tek can effectively enhance treatment accuracy and efficacy by determining the root causes of mental afflictions. Treatment times are significantly reduced. Unnecessary treatment methods are eliminated and the results generated are virtually error-free. "SSRM Tek easily obtains invaluable information from a source that never lies: the subconscious mind," Dr. Ioffe states further. "This technology has been in deve
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