Now that we are well into the summer I want to bring you up to date on what you can look forward to as we move into the Fall.
I have been a licensed hypnotherapist for over 25 years, well before I learned the wonders of energy psychology. For most of my early life I was terrified of being hypnotized and thought it meant being in someone’s power.
For the last few weeks I have had relationships on my mind for a number of reasons. First, I have finally decided to finish the eBook I have had on the back burner.
After attending the ACEP Energy Psychology conference last week I still feel uplifted and renewed. People in this field are all passionate about what Energy Psychology methods can do and are eager to share.
The amazing ACEP conference, June 1-5, is almost here and I am getting ready to go to Reston VA to join my old friends and meet some new ones.
I have noticed that many EFT practitioners are offering what I call Tap-alongs in which the teacher or therapist provides common negative beliefs or thoughts that go with the problem at hand.
My pal Maryam Webster, author of Everyday Bliss for Busy Women, is one of the wonderful people I have met in the Energy Psychology field.
Many, many years ago when Overeaters Anonymous was in its infancy in Los Angeles, many members of AA with years of sobriety were invited to speak at OA meetings.
I am very excited about presenting a one day training in The Phoenix Effect Process at the upcoming ACEP Energy Psychology Conference in Reston VA on June 2.
Whether you are a seasoned professional or a beginner to EFT you may run into situations with your clients that keep you from getting the results you want.
I have had three new clients in my psychotherapy practice in the last few months who revealed they had been in conventional talk therapy of some kind for 3 to 10 years.
Last February I attended my first free EFT Tapping Summit on the Internet. The roster of talented EFT specialists who were participating in the 10-day event impressed me.
One night I was watching a very old black and white film from the 1940’s and noticed that graying, older actors were portraying characters who were supposed to be in their fifties.
I am going to teach a FREE one day workshop Saturday Jan. 29 at the Schott Center in Santa Barbara and have been thinking about the numerous times I have shared my ideas about this frustrating behavior in the last 25 years.
When I was in college I dated a guy who shared an apartment in an old rundown building with three other students.