Helpful advice on helping

If One Is Truly to Succeed in Leading a Person to a Specific Place, One Must First and Foremost Take Care to Find Him Where He is and Begin There. This is the secret in the entire art of helping. Anyone who cannot do this is himself under a delusion if he thinks he is […] Read more »

Oscar the cat

This is the first time I’ve ever read an article in the New England Journal of Medicine. The subject, Oscar the cat, seemed to be rather unusual for a medical journal. Oscar ‘works’ in a nursing centre in Providence, Rhode Island. He seems to have an uncanny ability to sense when someone is about to […] Read more »

EFT for Kids

If you have kids, or work with them, and you would like some ideas about how to use EFT for them. The eft4kids forum on www.emofree.com may be a useful resource for you. Rather than the email newsletter, this is an interactive discussion forum where contributors present and reply to questions. The forum is subdivided […] Read more »

Traumatic memories

An article in the New Scientist reports on a research project about how we might be genetically predisposed to remember intense experiences. Highly emotive incidents trigger the brain to release the hormone and neurotransmitter noradrenaline.This stimulates the amygdala – part of the brain involved with processing emotional reactions – to store memories in the hippocampus […] Read more »

EFT Level 2 Trainings in Newcastle

I’m running an approved EFT Level 2 Training in Newcastle on Saturday and Sunday 20th & 21st October at the Training Centre, St Oswald’s Hospice, Newcastle. This level gives you the skills to work with clients, it is intended for those in the helping professions who wish to add this extremely effective method to their […] Read more »