I think many people here are very unfair to him, especially having skimmed through parts of the program. I didn't pay for the Total Integration Method, but I am going to once I am done watching the video because it's only fair: he's done a tremendous amount of research in order to come up with this program, I don't think anyone can deny that. He's definitely not the best on camera but it was filmed 10 years ago. His current Youtube video are different. He was also probably much closer to his repersonalization than he is now, six years after. He is not a psychologist nor does he claim to have any sort of training apart from his extensive reading of books. But he is a college graduate (doesn't say in what).
I like his program, maybe it's because some details of his personal story allow me to relate. I've been suffering from permanent DP for about 20 years and I would do anything to get back to normal but I like his approach. He's not trying to sell a quick fix like the "Cure DP in three simple steps" BS videos, he's not even claiming that what "fixed" him will fix others. But the 12 videos compile a huge amount of scientific research and information, that can be researched further and that he asks viewers to question and critically analyse continually. It's a very good overview of different therapies and how they can work, as well as insights on Neuroscience, Attachment therapy, basics of brain anatomy, etc.
I would say that if you do not view the healing from DP as a sort of quest involving a lot of knowledge, understanding of how the brain works, how the psyché has been theorized by academics, but rather are looking for a quick fix - as I think many of us are or are tempted to at some point - it's not going to do much. Maybe a therapist with knowledge of the problem would be better.
His program is in 2 parts, 12 vids. First 6 videos consist of information (and a bit of sharing of personal experience to which to may or may not relate to). In the second part he gives exercices that need to do by yourself (writing down things, thinking about certain things...) and it's all in relation to the theoretical content of the first part. For example there's an entire video on Attachment Theory in the first part, and in the second part, you have exercices that correspond to this theory. In my opinion, it should take me a few months before I have made a good use of the program. As he says in a video, the "re-personalization attacks" can happen at any moment. He does not claim it will do for others but rather explains why it did to him (integration) and how it may do for others. For him it was after an experience/exercise described in video 7. But today I began the first exercise and I think it's going to take me a few days to finish.
Now, I've read on this thread that no one has ever claimed any amelioration following his program... that's a bit curious and also disappointing to me. I would love to share with people who have genuinely followed it but in any case, I will write a review if I get a least one tiny moment of repersonalization. Of course, all of the content could be found elsewhere by doing research. Some critic said it was just taken from somewhere else... and it totally is, I don't think that an any moment he claims to have "invented" a solution, a cure or a magic formula. It's not at all what the program is about. It's mostly about education and the author has only gathered the info in a way that he suggests can help us grasp it quickly.
Last thing, and being from an highly abusive religious fundamentalist background,I would says there are not tricks, no manipulation, no guru-like suggestions. He is cautious to appeal to a critical mind at any time, checking sources, verifying facts.
Being very highly sensitive to manipulation and suggestion, he's not triggered anything in me. I was very concerned and very cautious even before downloading the content because I'm still quite afraid of emotional, psychological and spiritual abuse. A lot of methods out there stink from the very beginning of the presentation. I find the program a bit expensive too, although I haven't paid for it yet. But in my country it's 3 hours of salary... he definitely spent at least a hundred times that amount to put together what he did. But I understand that any review that you will like you can doubt as well, you'll just have to take the risk or not, the decision is yours