I tried Mickel therapy last year.
Its VERY expensive, £80 per session, it works on your body telling you a message everytime you get a symptom and then acting on it. He also believes cfs is caused by a hypothalamus dysfunction which is not very plausable as if you research hypothalamus dysfunction, nowhere does its symptoms mention cfs.
The cost gets me, to even hear him speak about it on the website you have to pay £5.99.
The booklet is also not very helpful, but is very good at explaining very little.
I did find a benefit, but it just made me question or realise that my body had just gotten into a daily habit or routine and mickel therapy helps you out of that.
its also a talking therapy, not about issues, but about the body / mind link. About tuning into what you body needs, not what your mind thinks you need.
The only other thing i was dubious about was i was getting lots of palpitations at the time and my therapist seemed 'perplexed' as to why my palpitations 'weren't reacting to the treatment'. THey are not doctors, also m.e is a umbrella term, not all of us have the same symptoms and issues.
It might be worth a try, i had 3 sessions and noticed some improvement, but after my own persistance to real doctors about my heart symptoms, i have since had a diagnosis of pots (m.e and post are linked, it is not a seperate condition).
Just do some research on what they 'claim', the reality of any hypothalamus dysfunction and also the cost of this treatment, as you may need quite a few sessions.
I am now undertaking cbt and physiotherapy, both know of mickel and say it is not a lot different in its practise. But then i guess its all about shopping around. Good luck if you decide to do it, and keep us up to date, i'd be interested to hear someone elses experiences on it