The Tapping Solution
Professor Tony Stewart appearing on BBC Midlands talking how effective he’s found EFT
Professor Tony Stewart of Staffordshire University, and is a specialist in public health, gave an interview to the BBC, Midlands Today, about his and Dr. Liz Boath’s work introducing EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) to the NHS in Sandwell. The pilot involved using EFT on 36 patients suffering from depression or psychosis. Results showed that out of the 36 patients, 35 of them got better through the use of EFT. Since this pilot Dr Ian Walton of Sandwell Clinical Commissioning Group has sanctioned a further 20 people to be trained in EFT.
Deborah D Miller has been applying Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) and other energy techniques at the Hospital General Dr Aurelio Valdivieso del Estado de Oaxaca, Mexico in order to help children with cancer.
EFT/Tapping for Stress Relief in Classrooms
The Biology of Belief: An Interview with Dr. Bruce Lipton
Bruce H. Lipton PhD is an internationally recognised stem cell biologist and a bestselling author of The Biology of Belief. He also received the 2009 Goi Peace Award as well as being a keynote speaker at international conferences. Dr Lipton discussed the radical implications of his research that will significantly change our understanding of life. In his vast and meticulous research in the study of genes, DNA and cell biology has found an amazing breakthrough in how our cells, bodies and mind works. The Biology of Belief is highly scientific in its content and thoroughly factual in the conclusions of his research.
Karim Nader talks about how memories are constantly being re-written by our minds
Karim Nader is a professor at McGill University in the department of Psychology. As a neuroscientist he works to understand what neurobiological processes are involved in acquiring and storing memories, especially relating to fear, in order to use the study of memory reconsolidation to treat anxiety disorders. Dr. Nader made a breakthrough in the field in 1999, when he first revived and tested the obscure theory that memories do not necessarily remain stable–think Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. Together with Andrew P. Hendry, Dr. Nader was nominated in 2009 for the prestigious E.W.R Steacie Memorial Fellowship. He is also the recipient of a CIHR New Investigator Award and in 2006 was named one of the Top 40 under 40.
Sharon King Interviews Director Suzanne Skeete