Does the prospect of working with people who have a health condition or allergies terrify you?
I often hear from practitioners who are anxious about working with clients who have a diagnosis, perhaps of fibromyalgia, or Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, or Type 1 or 2 Diabetes, or lupus, or MS. Or with serious conditions like cancer.
As practitioners we have an innate fear of making people worse. Or of being out of our depth. Or saying the “Wrong Thing”. Or appearing ignorant.
Relax! I was just like you when I started in practice in 2006. People would arrive with unpronounceable illnesses, and I would get flustered about it. But I quickly learnt that the label really doesn’t matter. They want to FEEL BETTER. They don’t mind how this happens.
Now I have thirteen years of experience working with people with a whole host of serious and ongoing diseases, and many with life-threatening allergies. I have also lived, survived and thrived through a cancer diagnosis. EFT has an immense capacity to help people with serious illness and working with clients like this can be profoundly rewarding.
In fact, I would go so far as to say that shying away from this work is doing the world a disservice. At a time when the NHS drugs bill is over £50 billion per annum, and auto-immune and chronic illness is on the increase, as therapists we can make an immense difference.
I know that many EFT practitioners lack confidence in dealing with client’s with chronic health conditions, even though they may have used EFT as a key step on their own healing journey. Let me help you.
During this two day course, you will become confident working with people with a wide range of health issues and allergies including
– animal allergy
– allergy to dust, moulds and insect bites/stings
– food allergies and intolerances
– irritable bowel syndrome
– digestive discomfort, bloating, constipation and diarrhoea
– acne and rosacea
– ME, CFS and fibromyalgia
– thyroid conditions
– auto-immune disorders
How many lives could you change? AND how easy would it be to build a busy practice?