Alan Meyers, Ph.D., NBCFCH,
**** **.*. ** ****** and Human Services, Columbia Pacific University, San Rafael, CA.
1971M.A. Clinical Psychology – University of the Americas, Puebla, Mexico
Accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
The Graduate Fellowship in Psychology
1968B.A. Psychology – University of Tampa, Tampa, Florida
Ordained Minister/ Spiritual Healing/ Spiritual Counseling/Grief and Loss
Author of the book, “All-Time-Is-One”
Nationally Board Certified Fellow in Clinical Hypnotherapy
National Board for Certified Clinical Hypnotherapists
Experienced group facilitator
2017: Royal Recovery, Delray Beach, FL.
Experienced Program Developer/Administrator, Clinician and Therapist in Mental Health and Addiction and Recovery
2013 to present:
Author, “All Time Is One”, a study of the author’s many regression cases with clients
involving spiritual healing.
Lecturer, researcher and practitioner of spirituality and spiritual healing philosophies and
practices. Lecture material also considers and discusses the relation of spiritual healing to
behavior and mental health issues and 12 Step Recovery.
2000 to 2013:
Founder/President/Developer of Alternative Treatment International, Inc., Clearwater, FL, a Residential, Detox, IOP and OP clinical program that treated addiction and mental health disorders using both clinical practice combined with 12-Step and alternative healing techniques that focus on Mind, Body, Spirit, Environment® in recovery. The program was licensed by the State of Florida and Certified by The Joint Commission. ATI operated for 13 years and then changed its focus to become primarily a Yoga and alternative healing center.
Developer and Author of “Perception Therapy®”, a new therapeutic technique
designed to provide psychotherapeutic assistance to addicts, alcoholics and dual-
diagnosis disorder patients. A 300 page Perception Therapy Wellness Guide, therapeutic card deck, journal, and positive and experiential affirmations card deck have been developed and written by Dr. Meyers and published by A.T.I. A book about “Perception Therapy®” is in progress.
Owner of Registered United States Trademark for Perception Therapy®.
Owner of Registered United States Trademark for Mind-Body-Spirit- Environment®.
1996-2000 Primary Therapist-Pathways to Recovery, Delray Beach, Florida - Alcoholism, addictions and dual diagnosis disorders treatment.
1994-1996- Private Consultant on Staff Development to Long Term Care Facilities. Trained Administrative, Nursing, CNA and Support staff in all phases of staff development and Customer Service including Infection control, complaints, reputation improvement, medications, and all areas of staff improvement.. I evaluate and train staff on all three shifts.
Conducted counseling with residents and families (grief and loss counseling) in Skilled Nursing Facilities, extensive article writing and publishing. Editorial board member-Nursing Homes Magazine.
1993-1994 Director of Cocaine Abuse Treatment Services, Glen Beigh Hospital,
West Palm Beach, Florida.
1990-1993- Clinical Director, Care Unit of Coral Springs, Coral Springs, Fl. Psychiatric and
Dual Diagnosis Hospital.
1973-1990- Principal Investigator
International Research Project on Coca and Cocaine under auspices of Peruvian
Ministry of the Interior, Department of Health, Lima, Peru.
International Private Consultant to Drug Abuse Treatment Center,
Ciudad Obregon, Mexico
Tucson/Pima Drug Abuse Clinic, Tucson, Arizona
Adjunct Professor of Psychology, Pima Community College, Tucson, Arizona
1971-1973 Program Director /Clinical Director
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse/Director of Methadone Program, Middlesex County Drug/Alcohol Abuse Treatment Center, New Brunswick, New Jersey
Member - National Board for Certified Clinical Hypnotherapists
Member - New York Society of Clinical Hypnosis
Listed in - National Register of Professional Hypnotherapists
Member - National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers
Member - Florida Alcohol and Drug Abuse Association
1.Meyers, H. Alan, Cocaine: From Leaf to Freebase, University of Arizona Medical School Library, Bio-Medical Division, Tucson, AZ – 1980.
2.Meyers, H. Alan, Coca Paste Trafficking in Peru, Grassroots - July, 1981.
3.Meyers, H. Alan, Los Gringos: American Prisoners of Peru’s War on Cocaine,
Drug Survival News, Jan.-Feb. – 1982.
4.Meyers, H. Alan, Cocaine: The User’s Guide to Self-Help Treatment, National Addiction Research Foundation, San Francisco – 1984. ISBN#: 0-937***-***.
5.Meyers, H. Alan, The Role of Behavioral Variables in the Consideration of Cocaine Use. Paper presented at the 33rd International Congress on alcohol and drugs.
Tangier, Morocco – 1984.
6.Meyers, H. Alan, Cocaine: A Treatment Guide for Counselors, Research Associates, Tucson, AZ – 1988. ISBN#: 0-937119-01-6.
7.Meyers, Alan, Cocaine The Treatment System, Research Associates, Tucson, AZ – 1989. (Set of three audio-subliminal tapes). ISBN#: 0-937119-02-4.
8.Meyers, Alan, Insecurity: A Causal Determinant of Human Behavior, Columbia Pacific University, San Rafael, CA – 1993.
9.Meyers, Alan, West Indian Nurses and CNA’S: A Wealth of Talent for Nursing Homes in Florida And the Nation, Florida Health Care Association, Pulse, Nov. – 1994.
10.Meyers, Alan, Handling Family Complaints, Contemporary Long Term Care, Nov. – 1994, pg. 140.
11.Meyers, Alan, How Communication Skills Improve Quality And Service, American College of Health Care Administrators, Long-Term Care Administration, Vol. 29/No. 1, Jan./Feb. – 1995, pg. 4.
12.Meyers, Alan, Teamwork: If You Want To Build Teamwork In Nursing Homes Be Sure That Administration Is Part Of The Team, Florida Health Care Association, Pulse, Feb. – 1995, pg. 3.
13.Meyers, Alan, An Employee Evaluation Tool That Works, Nursing Homes, Vol. 44, No. 2, March – 1995, pp. 14-17.
14.Meyers, Alan, Evaluating Nursing Home Employees: Using The Information To Improve Employee Performance, National Association of Directors of Nursing Administration In Long Term Care, The Director, Vol. 3, No. 2, Spring – 1995, pp. 57-63.
15.Meyers, Alan, Staff Development Training Program For Nurses and CNA’S Working In Nursing Homes or ACLF’S, Meyers Publishing, Boca Raton, Florida – 1995. ISBN#: 0-937***-**-**.
16.Meyers, Alan, Developing A Facility Newsletter: An Inexpensive Way To Market, Improve Reputation, Build Staff Morale and Gain Customer Satisfaction, Nursing Homes Magazine, Vol. 45, No. 2, Feb. – 1996.
17.Meyers, Alan, Guilt and Resentment: Family Members Experience a Variety of Psycho-Emotional Problems When Their Loved One Is In A Nursing Home. Your Family Support Group Can Help, Nursing Homes Magazine, Fall – 1996.
18.Meyers, Alan, Questioning an English Only Language Policy, American College of Long Term Care Administrators, Long Term Care Administrator, Vol. 30, No. 5, July/August – 1996.
19.Meyers, Alan, A Nursing Dilemma: The Right To Know Necessary Information or A Psychological Death Warrant, Nursing Homes Magazine, Fall – 1996.
20.Meyers, Alan, How to Get Residents Into a Weight Training Program, Nursing Homes Magazine, Vol. 46, No. 1, January – 1997.
21.Meyers, Alan, How The Indian Peoples In The Mountains of Guatemala Treat Their Elderly: There May Be A Lot That We Can Learn From Indigenous Cultures, Nursing Homes Magazine, Summer – 1997.
22.Meyers, Alan, Preventing Relapse by Addicts and Alcoholics Through “Perception
Therapy”, published 1998, published on The Sober Times Website
23.Developed Perception Therapy® Card Deck, published 2007, Alternative Treatment International, Inc., Clearwater, Florida.
24.Developed Perception Therapy® Journal, published 2007, Alternative Treatment International, Inc., Clearwater, Florida.
25.Developed Perception Therapy® Training Manual, published 2008, Alternative Treatment International, Inc., Clearwater, Florida.
26.Developed Perception Therapy® Wellness Guide, published 2009, Alternative Treatment International, Inc., Clearwater, Florida.
27.Developed Perception Therapy® Positive Perception and Experiential Affirmations Card Deck, published 2010, Alternative Treatment International, Inc., Clearwater, Florida.
1.Cocaine: From Leaf to Freebase. Paper presented at 2nd Pan Pacific Conference on Drugs and Alcohol, Hong Kong – 1982.
2.Cocaine: An Effective Outpatient Treatment Model, Lecture, State of California, Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs, Division of Drug Programs, SF, CA – 1983.
3.Examining Cocaine Issues And Effective Treatment Strategy, Lecture, National Addictions Research Foundation’s Winter Conference on Cocaine, SF, CA – 1983.
4.The Role of Behavioral Variables In The Consideration Of Cocaine Use, 33rd International Congress on Alcohol and Drugs, Tangier, Morocco – 1984.
5.Handling Family Complaints, Mt. Sinai Hospital Presentation, Miami, Florida, May 17, 1995.
6.Family Satisfaction Through Staff Development, 8th National Association of Directors of Nursing Administration in Long-Term Care, National Convention, Washington, D.C., June 10-14, 1995.
7.Staff Development in Nursing Homes, 7th Annual Education Symposium, Palm Beach County Directors of Nursing Association, December 1, 1995, Palm Beach, Florida.
8.Evaluating Nursing Home Employees: Using Information to Improve Performance, Scheduled: IBC/Conference, Continuum of Care 2000: Post-Hospitalization Strategies For Success, Orlando, Florida, Jan. 29-31, 1996.
9.Training and Education Programs on Alzheimer’s and Dementia to Long Term Care Facilities. On going.
10.Customer Satisfaction, Issues in Health Care Service Delivery, NSS/NRS, Airport Hilton, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, July 11, 1997.
11.Lectures on Hypnosis, Past Life Regression Therapy and Perception Therapy®.
12.Developed Perception Therapy® Program and therapeutic materials for use at Alternative Treatment International.
13.Developed Mind-Body-Spirit-Environment® Program for use at Alternative Treatment International.
14.Author, “All Time Is One”, Alan Meyers, PH.D., second printing, Tucson, Arizona 2014