Oklahoma City, OK, August 6, 2002 — Dr. Brent Babcock, a certified Neuro Emotional Technique (NET) practitioner, was honored with the title of Doctor of the Year by his NET colleagues last weekend at the annual “Gathering of the Eagles” in Golden, Colorado. The Eagles seminar brings together NET practitioners to share and teach new procedures. Practitioners include more than 4,000 doctors (medical, osteopathic, and chiropractic), acupuncturists, therapists and other licensed healthcare workers in all 50 states and more than 30 countries throughout the world. The recipient of this award is singled out by his colleagues for having continually strived for excellence in their particular health care field, and for having exhibited unequivocal leadership qualities.
During the Eagles seminar, Dr. Babcock, along with Dr. Wayne Scott of Toronto, Canada, presented a breakthrough technique involving fetal transference, which helps patients become balanced with what remains in their body from a twin. The technique is helpful for patients that have had an organ transplant, blood transfusion or other procedures.
In addition to running a full-time practice in Oklahoma City, Dr. Babcock serves as the vice president of the ONE Research Foundation, helping to further research on validating the technique’s results. Last year, after the September 11 World Trade Center terrorist tragedy, Dr. Babcock flew to New Jersey to be part of a group of NET practitioners working with healers who were directly in contact with victims. He also served as the spokesperson for the ONE Research Foundation because of his firsthand experience in the use of NET in treating the survivors of the Oklahoma City federal building bombing and those who suffered post-traumatic stress during the subsequent execution of Timothy McVeigh.
Dr. Babcock is a 1980 graduate of Brigham Young University and a 1984 graduate of the Texas Chiropractic College in Pasadena, Texas. He has been practicing NET since 1990. He resides in Mustang with his wife and four children.