Dr. Morris Netherton



MORRIS AT SHEALYDr. Morris Netherton has over 50 years of clinical practice in Alternative Treatment Modalities. His book Past-Lives Therapy was published in 1978; it was the first in the field of regression therapy. He is the author of Strangers in the Land of Confusion as well as numerous articles for college textbooks, magazines, and newspapers.

Dr. Netherton founded teaching institutes in the United States, Germany, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Brazil, Canada, and India. His theories are taught in University courses in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and Kohn, Germany.

During his early career, Dr. Netherton spent eight years with the Los Angeles County Probation Department as a Supervising Counselor in the Juvenile Detention Center. He was responsible for designing transition therapy for juvenile offenders being processed through the court system.

The next six years were spent doing investigations for the Probation Department in the Los Angeles County Court system. He designed alternative treatment programs for first-time offenders which used education and crisis intervention in lieu of incarceration.

Dr. Netherton served as Director for the Crisis Intervention Program in the three county Juvenile Detention Centers, during which time he participated in the development of short-term therapy procedures for children from troubled homes.

He and his work were featured in the full-length documentary Walking After Midnight, which examined reincarnation in the Western World. Morris Netherton was also featured in Medical Renaissance: The Secret Code, which is a film produced by Norman Shealy, M.D., Ph.D. He has appeared on Tom Snyder interviews, The Allan Thicke Show, Good Morning America, and has been written about in Time Magazine, McCall’s, Psychology Today, New Age Journal, The Los Angeles Times, as well as other newspapers and periodicals. Dr. Netherton’s books have been translated into German, Dutch, French, Portuguese and Spanish.

Watch this interview with Dr. Norman Shealy, MD, PhD