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Lead Trainer – Christine Moran Please call on 07548 690170 or email to discuss and book your place or a course for your colleagues
Here is a recently published PhD thesis from Mahima Kalla at Monash University, Australia. Very interesting reading for anyone interested in Energy Psychology for healthcare and chronic illness.
The thesis explored sixteen participants’ experiences of using EFT to support chronic disease healthcare using a qualitative research methodology — Interpretive Phenomenonological Analysis (IPA).
Get in touch to discuss how EFT can help you or your service users on 07548 690170 or email
I am impressed by a new EFT book, Introducing Emotional Freedom Techniques by Christine Moran. The book is more modestly titled than it needs to be. It does, as it says on the tin, introduce EFT. But it goes on to do much, much more. It has loads of case histories. It describes how to use it in many problem contexts. It not only explains what EFT is but sets it in a context of psychology, neurology, physiology, and quantum physics as well as therapy.
Christine has a background as a psychology teacher and an educational coach for children of primary school age. She has had years of experience creating resources and developing programmes. Her expertise shows in this book.
I found particularly interesting reading about Christine’s experience of using EFT with children with exceptional learning needs. Few people have had the broad first-hand experience Christine does in this working with children.
I also loved the case history actually written by a mother whose baby daughter was born with a duct in the heart. I won’t spoil the story but It ended: “.. and when I tell the doctors who have been looking after us, they all say that what has happened is like a miracle.”
Working with children is just one section of what is an extremely comprehensive manual. It is also very clear. It will be valuable not only to beginners but also to experienced EFTers. It is 279 pages of A4, so more like double that of “ordinary” book size pages, and content-rich enough to justify its size.
It is too large to read in bed or carry around in a handbag to dip into on journeys but it certainly deserves its space on any EFT therapists’ bookshelf both to use for additional study and for reference.
Bsc Psy(Hons) AAMET Advanced Practitioner & Trainer
Practitioner of MBTI and NLP. Connect 5 Trainer. Mental Health First Aid Trainer. MISP facilitator
Member of BPS, AAMET, BAPT, Teacher and Tutor
EFT Research UK – Research Committee
UK Coordinator of AAMET EFT CYP Practitioners forum
Regional AAMET representative and STEM Science Ambassador for Schools
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Other resources from Positive Energy Beings
We can all feel the exposed or affected by other people’s negative energy from time to time. Energetically we can be unprotected leaving us too open to other people’s thoughts and feelings, as well as your own. A meridian energy exercise which stimulates our Central Meridian enhances our body’s natural way to protect ourselves. The ‘Zipping Up” from the pubic bone to the lower lip strengthens this Meridian. By tracing the energy flowing through the meridian allows you to feel more confident, more positive, more centred, to think more clearly, and protects your system from negative energies.
You can do the zip up as part of your daily routine (eg morning) and as often as you wish throughout the day. It’s a great technique to use when feeling sensitive to threat or in any social situation or other people’s energies.
Saying affirmations while doing this exercise is extremely powerful. While you zip up, it may be helpful to say “I am clear, centred, and confident” or something else that will help become more confident in your specific situation. Also imagine that you are locking the zipper in place after you are done and hiding the key to prolong the technique’s effect.
Adapted From: Energy Medicine by Donna Eden
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Remembering some of the decisions we made as teenagers can make us cringe. Neuroscientist Adriane Galvan is exploring that some of the most puzzling teenage behaviour may have some real benefits. In her UCLA lab, she uses a combination of behavioural techniques and neuroimaging to reveal the fascinating connections between brain development and behaviour. Offering teens the stimulation that suits their current needs provides more effective and healthier outcomes for all.
Remembering the decisions we made as teens can often make us cringe. But neuroscientist Adriana Galván is learning that some of the most puzzling teenager behavior may actually have some real benefits. In her UCLA lab, she uses a combination of behavioral techniques and neuroimaging to reveal the fascinating connections between brain development and behavior.
Posted by UCLA on Friday, 8 December 2017
“If we just step back and think for a second about where we are and how far we’ve come, it is a remarkable achievement” – Stephen Fry