John Bullough kicks off the TapFest roster of traditional doctors who now use tapping in their work to build health inside and out.
In this first conversation of the series, John talks about how relationships affect our health and sense of well-being. What can we do to achieve this “thriving instead of surviving” mindset, and what does that do for our wholeness – that perfect trifecta of physical, mental and emotional health?
You may have read his excellent essay in the book, EFT & Beyond, where he explores how and why tapping and psychotherapy work hand in glove.
John Bullough has a private practice in Essex, UK, where he is an Integrative Counsellor & Psychotherapist.
And yes, Virginia, there WILL be tapping! John will lead us in at least one tap during the show on a popular but difficult aspect many of us face in building thriving relationships. : )
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Host: Sue Hubbard Tarlton, EFT Practitioner and life/business coach, speaker, philosopher and visionary. She is a neurolinguistic programming master practitioner who consistently explores a wide range of interesting concepts that she incorporates in her coaching. She also is a tapping practitioner who uses that energy technique to clear clients’ blocks to a more satisfying life. Her individually–tailored coaching solutions and her television show (Celebrate U.) help clients and audiences increase their personal effectiveness.
Host: Jondi Whitis, an EFT Trainer and Practitioner in Brooklyn, NY, is one of the co-founders of TapFest.com, the global tapping site, and TappingStar, the site for tapping with kids. A multi-media artist, she also teaches literacy through Art in New York City public schools, daily seeing first-hand the need and the result of how tapping helps children take charge of their feelings and choices, and perform better, too! Jondi welcomes private and group sessions, training in EFT for certification, and specialty classes for integrating EFT into any situation or specialty.