TapFest welcomes Puja Kanth Alfred, India’s certified EFT practitioner, to teach us how to use EFT sensitively in this fractured, fast-paced, multi-cultural world. Puja has extensive experience with many cultures and is also a trauma expert. She’s written an eBook on her work, called GEO-Specific EFT, which we’ll talk about with you.
Listen as Puja thoughtfully leads us to a better understanding of culture and languaging in our own EFT practice…which of course leads to a better understanding of ourselves, too! What are cultural differences that impede their progress? What’s the difference between a person’s culture and their religion? What if English is a barrier? How can we build bridges of rapport?
Puja Kanth is a Counseling Psychologist, Certified EFT Practitioner and Emotional Trauma Expert. She uses a unique approach called Geo-specific EFT, a cross cultural approach, to work with clients around the globe. You can connect with her online at www.emofreetherapy.com
Listen as your TapFest host interviews Puja on this perceptive new model of delivering caring, thoughtful EFT.
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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.