Get Involved

Get Involved

There Are Many Fun Ways You Can Join The Gupta Program

Volunteering is a great way to give back to the Program at the same time as prioritizing your own Retraining. Volunteers are fully supported in their role and are always encouraged to pace and place their health first.


Help Us Spread The Word

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Join The Research Team


Become A Forum Volunteer


Contribute To Our Blog


Learn More About Our Crowdfunding Campaign


Not Sure How You Would Like To Be Involved?

 Help Us Spread The Word

Please help us get the word out about our revolutionary Neuroplasticity and Holistic Health Program by downloading the following resources and sharing them with medical and healthcare professionals.

Join the Research Team

If you have an interest in research and analysis, you might enjoy supporting our research team. Several studies have been conducted to test the effectiveness of The Gupta Program, and many more are in-progress or planned.

  • Roles include online research, database management and outreach, and data analysis.
  • Your contribution would support efforts to facilitate future randomized controlled trials of The Gupta Program.
  • We welcome new and experienced researchers.

For more information, please contact our Clinical Research Director, Kelly Scotti

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Margaret Cory

Forum Volunteer & Gupta Graduate
I have never worked with such a caring, tolerant, flexible and supportive team before. I am truly grateful to be able to be a part of this team.

Our loving community forum is an exclusive and private space for Retrainers to learn more about the program, share their successes and help support others.

Become Part of Our Loving Forum Team 

A Facebook forum volunteer is a fun and flexible role, enabling you to contribute in a way that suits your lifestyle. You make your own hours and choose which tasks you would personally like to be involved with. It's a wonderful way to give back to the forum, be part of a supportive team and make new friends.


Gerianne Carillo

Forum Volunteer & Gupta Graduate
Being a volunteer for the Gupta forum has helped me to anchor and strengthen so many parts of retraining! From pacing, to discussing issues regarding illness and recovery; also, feeling joy for others’ accomplishments, and learning and honoring my limitations. It is teaching me better boundaries; how to nurture my empathic self while in a social atmosphere; and so much more. And this is my first experience in forming deep, healthy relationships with others. It’s a supportive environment to begin to spread one’s wings and get ready for reintroduction to life, and all of its unique nuances.
It is a wonderful model of how work life can function well, as everyone is understanding and supportive. And - the hours are super flexible! I know now that, when I reintegrate fully, I will do so in a balanced way. That really is priceless to me, an extra bonus of the program, if you will.
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Sue Spencer

Forum Volunteer & Gupta Graduate

If you would like to give back to the Gupta Program but are uncertain how to do it, becoming a forum volunteer is a great place to start. FVs keep an eye open for posts or comments that violate group policies and send a heads-up to the mods. They also keep a look-out for helpful and insightful posts or comments - we have a wealth of group wisdom accumulating in the files and photo album section. And my GP practice has deepened and strengthened a lot as a result of being part of the Mod/FV team. 

Contribute to the Gupta Program Blog

Do You Have A Passion For Writing, Believe In Our Program And Want To Help Other People Regain Their Health And Happiness?

Blogging is also a fantastic way to develop and showcase a portfolio of your creative work. Your blog will be featured in places such as our main blog page, on our social media channels, in our Facebook forum as well as our newsletters. We welcome new and experienced bloggers.

For more information, please contact Jess here

Living with and recovering from an invisible illness

Invisible illnesses are conditions that are not readily apparent to others. These illnesses can be challenging to understand and manage because they are not visible to the naked eye. Although some people may look healthy on the outside, they may be experiencing chronic pain, fatigue, anxiety, depression, or other symptoms. Types of invisible illness There […]
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Healing chronic pain through brain retraining

Chronic pain – often called Fibromyalgia – is a condition that affects millions of people around the world. Unlike acute pain, which is a temporary response to an injury or illness, chronic pain persists for months or even years. While chronic pain is often triggered by injury, stress, trauma or illness, recent research has shown that […]
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How to calm the amygdala and heal anxiety

Anxiety is a normal emotion that most of us experience once in a while. In certain situations it can even be helpful as it helps us to stay alert and focused during challenging times. However, when anxiety becomes chronic and debilitating, it can have a negative impact on our mental and physical well-being. They key […]
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Neuroplasticity and health: how changing your brain can change your life

Neuroplasticity – the brain’s innate ability to change and adapt – is currently a hot topic in neuroscience because it opens up many avenues for treating chronic conditions. This means that the brain is not a static organ, but rather a dynamic and flexible one that can be reshaped through experience and training. By understanding […]
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Self care when you have a chronic condition 

What is self care?  Self-care is the act of taking responsibility for your own well-being. It is particularly important to make time for self-care if you have a chronic condition as it can help to prevent symptoms from getting worse. Self-care is more than just taking a bubble bath, it means deliberate and proactive steps […]
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How the autonomic nervous system plays a part in healing

What is the autonomic nervous system The autonomic nervous system is a complex network of nerves that controls our body’s automatic functions, such as breathing, heart rate, digestion, and more. It’s responsible for regulating the things we don’t have to think about, like our heart rate going up when we exercise or our pupils dilating […]
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We are pleased to announce our Crowdfunding Campaign to raise funds for a new study on the Gupta Program treatment for Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS).

Gupta Program Crowdfunding Campaign

This independent study will be in association with a well-known independent clinic and research center that we are currently in talks with. Just think of the difference we can make together by definitively showing how effective Amygdala & Insula Retraining (AIR) can be at treating these conditions. Together we can help thousands more reclaim their Health and Happiness.


Target $200,000

(Amount Raised So Far $50,000)

We are so confident in the expected benefits of this approach that the Gupta Program will contribute $15,000 towards the study as a starting point.

We Are Already Well On Our Way To Our Target But We Need Your Help

We are open to obtaining funding from a variety of sources from crowdsourcing to pursuing conventional avenues of grant support.

To learn the different ways you can get involved, including spreading the word, or contributing if you are financially able to do so, please visit our Crowdfunding page here.

Not Sure How You Would Like To Be Involved?

If you aren't quite sure yet how you would like to contribute or would prefer to volunteer on a project-by-project basis, then please consider joining our general Facebook Volunteer Community.

When exciting volunteer opportunities come up they are posted in the group and anyone interested can become involved if they choose to do so. There are no strict deadlines, the work is flexile and you will be fully supported by our volunteer coordinator.

The Gupta Progam Facebook Community is open to members of the Gupta Program Facebook forum only.