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FAQ's

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Q. How long does the treatment take to work?

A. All clients usually feel an immediate and major difference within their first session.

Sometimes further improvements in a person's, or animal’s, condition may also happen within the first week or so after the session.

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Q. How many sessions will I need?

A. The vast majority of my clients only require one session. This is usually because they have come to me with a very specific issue.

If the issue is more complex, or has multiple or unknown root causes, such as more chronic illnesses like depression or a long-term physical illness, it may take several sessions

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Q. How long do the effects of the treatment last for?

A. Usually, the effects are permanent, as long as all of the causes have been addressed.

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Q. How will I know how much the treatment will cost me?

A. I ask all clients to share some information before treatment. This way I can spend time pre-planning the session for maximum effectiveness.

I can usually inform the client, before the first session, if I feel that it may take more than one treatment. (About Treatment) In which case, we would discuss a plan of several treatments together.

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Q. I don’t like people touching me; do I have to be touched?

A. It is not necessary for me to touch you at all. I usually tap on myself to show my clients where to tap. I can also give ‘hands off’ healing too.
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Q. What if you’re helping me with confidence issues, and I end up becoming too overconfident and arrogant? I would hate to be like that!

A. Many people have the same fear. Appearing overconfident can sometimes be a symptom of a deep lack of confidence.

Your own natural confidence begins to surface gently, as we remove the blocks that were weighing it down. Life becomes so much easier as a confident person, and confident people are also easier for others to be around.

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Q. What other types of issues can be treated?

A. Most types of emotional and physical illness can be helped with subtle energy therapies, or vibrational medicine, such as EFT and healing.

The theory being that your body is very much influenced by your thoughts, emotions and beliefs, and that your mind and body are inextricably linked together.

This is where my approach differs to Western medicine, which tends to focus on individual ‘faulty’ body parts, and separates off emotional illness altogether.

Click here to see a range of EFT videos, covering a variety of issues.

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Q. Does this mean that I’ve caused my own illness?

A. No. Most people don’t consciously wish themselves ill. Sometimes it’s just our body’s way of communicating to us that something is wrong, and needs to be addressed.

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Q. If my long-term issue, or illness, can go away that quickly; does it mean that it was all in my mind?

A. No not at all. Our thoughts, emotions and beliefs have a direct and very real impact upon our bodies, and can cause very real and physical changes.

It may be possible with some chronic illnesses, that if you have been having unsuccessful long-term treatment, that the treatment may not have addressed the actual underlying cause which has allowed it to persist.

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Q. I’ve had my issue for such a long time that I’m not sure who I will be without it?

A. This is a universal worry that many people have. Change can sometimes seem scary, even if it is for the better.

These sorts of worries are addressed within the treatment sessions, as they are very important and can sometimes contribute to holding you back from reaching your potential.

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Q. This tapping and healing business, isn’t it all a bit too weird?

A. What can I say? I can only agree, yes it may sound rather weird – but it works! Click on the link If you would like to see some in-depth (Scientific Studies).

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Q. Why do you sometimes tap with the owner of an animal that you are treating; shouldn’t you just be focusing on the animal instead?

A. Most domestic pets and particularly dogs, cats and horses, can all develop extremely close relationships with their human keepers.

Animals are usually far more psychic than their human cousins, and can easily sense and absorb worries that are troubling their keepers.

This is of particular significance in a herd, or pack, animal as they look to their leader for guidance and reassurance. If the leader is stressed or worried, then the animal may begin to feel stressed, insecure or fearful as well.

 
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