That's a pretty good technique. Using positive/neutral points to anchor sensations or feelings is a good way to help retrain the nervous system. I am going to be taking the Psych Anatomy training course from the CFTRE this winter. Two of my family members have already taken it. The course facilitators have had success with clients that had chronic/pain illness. However I do believe there are some limitations. Any physical casual factors need to be addressed first before long term relief can be gained. I have recovered quite a bit, but what the SRT therapy made me realize most of all, was that I am not even close to 100%. You see, I had convinced myself that I was fully healed, and had accepted the pain & brain fog I felt in my body as normal by dissociating from my body. That is what I call a false psychological coping cure, and SRT helped me realize the lie I had been living. So now I am more determined than ever to resolve the underlying causal factors.(see my genetic results thread) With greater body awareness, though I can track my progress better, and it helps me figure out what's working and what is not. What do you mean by full-blown crash?