Although this may seem like an obvious point to many readers, and certainly to anyone who works in the healing professions, it is worth stating clearly. Our lives are profoundly affected by the events and circumstances of our childhood and the ways we have invented to cope … Continue reading
In summary, the questioner asks how we can use EFT for a suspected core issue involving prenatal trauma. She refers to physical abuse her mother suffered when pregnant with herself (she has been told about this) and her own vague sense that this threatened her in utero. She asks how she … Continue reading
I want to share with you the amazing work of Lori Leyden, PhD, MBA. Dr. Leyden is an international trauma healing professional known for using EFT/Tapping to heal Post Traumatic Stress Disorder of orphan genocide survivors in Rwanda. She is also the founder of the non-profit Create Global Healing (CGH) and creator of Project … Continue reading
The Biggest Misconception That Creates Fear…
Can you guess what this is?
Try a few little hints:
1. You have almost certainly experienced it often.
2. It has an amazing way of feeling like “the truth”.
3. Without it your life would be free from hundreds of common worries.
4. It is a major source … Continue reading
I will just summarize a rather lengthy question from an Israeli health worker acquainted with EFT Tapping (an Energy Psychology method that counteracts trauma). She and three of her colleagues were invited to work with a group of school children who lost classmates in an attack on … Continue reading
A therapist who is a newcomer to EFT poses the following question:
Question: What are your thoughts about the interval between a traumatic event and the appropriate use of EFT? My initial thoughts on this are that there has to be an appropriate interval to allow the mind to do its normal processing, and that the appropriate interval will vary, depending on the intensity of the trauma, circumstances etc. One of … Continue reading
Interestingly, I have received questions from several different readers which address the same basic issue— the occurrence in these people’s lives of one disaster after another, a pile-up of mishaps that have ranged from sudden death of someone near to that person, followed by crippling illness in another family member and subsequent loss of their own job and career, to another reader’s experience of an assault against them with attempt … Continue reading
by Dr. Patricia Carrington
Deborah Dineen was a stranger to me when she phoned my office to ask how she could obtain some information about one of our educational products. At that moment I was manning the phones in my assistant’s absence and I felt drawn to talk with Deborah.