Tina Craig on finding the right words with EFT

For those who utilize EFT, it can sometimes be difficult to find the right words to use with clients. This is especially the case when practitioners use a global approach and try to deal with many issues at once. Tina Craig recommends that instead practitioners should try to focus on specific events. This will enable […]

Dr. Schwarz goes to Capitol Hill

Last week I was fortunate enough to be able to attend Hope on the Hill, a citizen healers training program in Washington, D.C. sponsored by Voice for HOPE. It was a gathering of people from as far as California interested in helping to educate lawmakers about natural health care in general, and energy psychology in […]

College and Depression Part 3 – Empty Nest Syndrome

Our articles on college and depression have concentrated on students to this point. For our last article, we feel it is also important to touch on the problems faced by parents when their children leave home. The depression that parents can experience when their children leave is usually called empty nest syndrome. This phenomenon often […]