On Being Specific

I have presented EFT many, many times in various public forums, conferences, and agency groups.  I am a serious proselytizer for EFT. Most of these presentations were only brief introductions to EFT, from 20 minutes to 2 hours. Because of the short time frames I utilize group tapping instead of […] Read more »

Teaching EFT to Children

After studying EFT (in 1999) for months and practicing on all sorts of willing folks, I began teaching EFT to the kids at the residential treatment program in 2000. (I left the treatment program in 2005.) We treated severely emotionally disturbed kids age 7 – 17, with IQs from 60 […] Read more »

Christmas and the Goldilocks Story

Christmas , indeed any holiday, can be like the Goldilocks Story TOO MUCH - too little - Just Right. I have had all those! The, it’s TOO MUCH, overwhelming ones. The, it’s too little, lonely ones. The, it’s Just Right, ones  where it all seemed to easily fall into place […] Read more »

A Holiday Wish for You

My last post emphasized the importance of self care not only for the holiday season but for the entire year. My friend Loretta Sparks, EFT Master, has a mission statement I really like, “Do good work in the service of healing.” That is really what our work is all about. […] Read more »

Have you made yourself a blanket?

The woman right behind me had an arm full of fleece. “You picked lovely colors.” I said to her.  I was in a long line at the fabric store with my  2 yards of Christmas fabric to make a simple tablecloth. “Thanks,” she said, “Our church decided to make blankets […] Read more »

When to Let Go of Your Dream

Are you an entrepreneur? Or are you more of an entrepreneur wanna be? You have ideas, dreams and goals that you will create a successful EFT business  – a real  business that could actually pay the rent and buy groceries. Being an entrepreneur is hard. Lots of hours, lots of […] Read more »

Calming Teddy

 Teddy was an adorable looking but terrifyingly acting out 10 year old who was in the residential treatment program where I worked as campus director in the early 2000s and whose anxiety about leaving our program for a new foster home was express through tearing up his unit and shoving […] Read more »