TapFest rides again, this time to Africa, where we find Gunilla Hamne of the Peaceful Heart Network, working boots-on-the-ground with traumatized people in wartorn parts of central Africa.
Peaceful Heart uses an adapted tapping technique called Trauma Tapping Technique, designed for use in the field with large groups of war-trauma survivors.
It can be used with most any culture, as it’s not language-dependent, and easy enough for children to learn. The ‘Multiplier Effect’ they created with the TTT method will be explained in detail.
TapFest Host Jondi Whitis visits with Gunilla Hamne of PHN, asking how this adaptation came about, how she decided to take Trauma Tapping Technique (TTT) to Africa, and her dreams for healing societal trauma along with its individuals. This is an interview that’s been on our radar for a long time, and we finally have the chance to catch up with her, here. Find out how easily you can add this to your toolbox, and how you can be a part of the Peaceful Heart mission, too.
Tapping for a world in need, now. That’s TapFest. We’ll see you there!
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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. Her mission of growing a globally conscious community drives her private practice as well. Contact her here for speaking engagements, specialty groups, private sessions and EFT Training for Mastery: [email protected] or [email protected]
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