Summary: Patrick has served as a US Army soldier from 2002-2015, with 3 deployments to Iraq. He was brought up in a military household, his dad being a Drill Sergeant in WWII, so he was already prepared for a life in the Military. He noticed differences in himself after 3rd deployment: hyper vigilance, looking for…Read More
“What do you think of me now Ma’am?” He asked. My head was racing. I had worked with this Marine over the phone for several hours. His wife was there to support him. He told me his name was Joe, but I didn’t know if that was true. I did t know if he called…Read More
getting EFT into the hands of first responders wI was invited by the DBHRT, the Disaster Behavior Health Response Team of New Hampshire, to give a presentation about how to use EFT in shelters. As a DBHRT Team Leader, I am grateful that EFT is now available to Behavior Health Volunteers in the state of…Read More
Hi Ingrid, I just finished listening to the pod cast you sent me on the intro to EFT and PTSD for Vets. I learned a great deal. I am a Vietnam Vet myself and a CERT-1 EFT person. I do not use EFT for income as I do not charge for my services. I have…Read More
Listen to this exclusive interview with Bob Culver, one of our Vietnam Veterans who have been using EFT for their PTSD and war trauma.Read More
I believe that we need to change the way we think about war exposure, and acknowledge that nobody comes back unchanged.
Nobody comes back unchanged – nobody should have to deal with this alone.
In San Diego, I will not only speak about how to use EFT Tapping effectively, which was demonstrated so well in the research that we have and the filming of the documentary in San Francisco.
But I will also put great emphasize on teaching some principals of the military mindset, military values, limitations and open doors.Read More
Returning home from combat is not as easy as many expect. Thinking of home feels wonderful: a safe and comfortable place, where things will “sort themselves out”. Many veterans can’t wait to get on the plane and head home, and neither can their relatives. But in the weeks and months ahead, many soldiers face great and unexpected difficulties when they come back to their family and try to adjust to “normal life”.Read More