The following studies were performed with our previous version of the Emotional Checklist. As you will see this data goes back to 1992 with our first clinical study in Dallas Texas. 

Our Master Burris Coaches are required to perform a study with a specific focus. This focus can range from PTSD, anorexia, bulimia, weight loss, depression, OCD, ADHD, relationships or simply an inability to move toward a desired objective. The Master Burris Coach is able to choose from virtually any human behavioral subject matter because the foundation of the Burris Emotional Measurement and SR™ is about teaching people how an emotional state and behavior come about from the deepest level of the subconscious.

Results produced from our integral data collection process determine weather you will become a Master Burris Coach. We do not make a determination for our Master Burris Coaches from an observational study or speculative theory.

Dr. Ron Clark, MSRT

Group Study: Depression Focus

Achieved 22% Reduction in depression symptoms in 4 hours

This study was shared by Dr. Ron Clark and Sherri Clark as part of the requirement to become a Master Burris Coach. This is the first time data was collected in a single four hour session. Sherri and Ron still managed to generate a 22% reduction in depression symptoms.

Results of the Single Four Hour Session (pdf)
Dr. Ron Clarks Report (pdf)

Dr. Janis Smith, MSRT

Group Study: Weight Loss Focus

Dr. Smith's impressive 5 week study produces consistent progressive results.

Follow-Up 1 (pdf)
Follow-Up 2 (pdf)
Follow-Up 3 (pdf)
Follow-Up 4 (pdf)
Follow-Up 5 (pdf)

Dr. Jeff Litchford, MSRT

Teen Group Study: Depression Focus

Dr. Litchford conducted a small study of one 14 year old male and two 15 year old females.

Study Results (pdf)

Kelly Burris, PhD, MSRT

Group Study 1992

This study was performed in Dallas, Texas in 1992 and was done over a five day period with a 55% reduction in depression symptoms. The optimum timeline is currently two, two hour sessions over two days which produce much more dramatic results. The Program Process has been fully updated 7 times since this study. All workbooks now come with a full instruction set.

Results of the Dallas Study (pdf)

Case Studies

14 Year Old Female: Eating Disorder

I introduced SR into psychiatric care in 1990. The majority of the patients I worked with were anorexics and bulimics. From that point forward I had a preference to work with eating disorders because they are the easiest to fix. There is a twisted irony behind this because anorexia and bulimics have the highest fatality rate of any psychological disorder. The fight I encountered from NIMH and the entities that control care for this group literally drove me into bankruptcy. I still find it appalling that the brightest of our society is killing themselves when they are so easy to fix.

I continued to work with this group and in 2002 worked with the following 14 year old who was suffering from anorexia, bulimia and was cutting herself. This was the first time I worked with someone this age so she had to use the adult version of the program. We now have an Emotional Checklist and Workbook that is specific to this group.

You will notice that some of the numbers on the Emotional Checklist were still high on the follow-up but the parents reported she was eating normally and had stopped cutting herself after two sessions. They did not request anymore follow-ups.

Initial Checklist 6-22-02(pdf)

Follow-Up Checklist 6-23-02 (pdf)

51 Year Old Obese Female: Teacher

No one has ever told me 'Gee I did not realize eating an entire cheesecake would make me fat." The multibillion dollar weight loss industry continues to convince you that all you have to do is try a new diet or wait for the next pill while continuing to ignore the process of the subconscious. If you choose to take control as opposed to attacking the body to try and change the mind you now have an option to do this.

This was an educated bright woman who you will see fully understood the program process.

Initial Checklist 9-27-04 (pdf)

Follow-Up Checklist 9-30-04 (pdf)