Case Studies

Over the years I collected case studies of people I have used Faster EFT (tapping) with. I began incorporating the Law of Attraction according to Abraham Hicks and other teachers into the tapping process. These case studies are evidence that the combination works effectively.

ALL THE NAMES OF THE PARTICIPANTS HAVE BEEN CHANGED TO PROTECT THIER IDENTITY.

Marrying Skills to Create a Dream Job

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Marie, a 45-year-old artist came to me complaining about how she always seemed to end up in low-paying, low skill jobs. She said she was anxious about what job would be right for her and if she even had “higher level skills” as she put it. Marie said she was currently working part time in […]

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Always a bridesmaid but never a bride…

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Debbie felt this way for quite a while. When we spoke she cried, “I’ve been lonely for so damn long!” I could tell that she was frustrated by noticing that things weren’t moving forward in her personal life the way she wanted. But what could I do? Give her words of compassion, console her, soothe […]

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Uplifting Mental Adjustment: Self-Love

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A client (23), shared with me her thoughts; “I don’t love myself” was the dominant theme. I explained to her that she feels bad, not because of the thought, but because her heart strongly disagrees with the thought. She couldn’t believe that deep inside she actually loved herself. I offered her this mental adjustment to […]

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I Feel Like I Deserve So Much More

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When you experience a contrasting experience – someone abandoned you, or rejected your love, or broke up with you – at the bottom of your heart don’t you feel like you deserve so much more than this? So much so that it sounds like a voice in your heart. “Karen” (38) complained about this after […]

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How to Survive an Ugly Divorce

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A 48-year old acquaintance was going through an ugly divorce. She asked me to help her to overcome her suffering. What could I really offer her? Compassion? Words of wisdom? Prayers? I decided that the best thing I could do was to offer her an uplifting self-persuading process, that I teach my clients to create […]

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What Paul Said About His Women

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Several years ago, I began working with a 38-year-old male, Paul, who constantly complained about not being able to find a good woman. He was extremely critical and often rude in his comments about the women he dated; he tended to refer to them in unsavory four-letter words. Paul grumbled that the only women he […]

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Punk, it’s all in the interpretation!

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Billy complained that he didn’t like the word “punk.” He said this one word triggered him to feel anxious and he didn’t understand why. Billy was seeing me for matters related to his emotional wellbeing when the punk issue popped up. He stated that an older relative would get in his face and shout at […]

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Anxious Artist

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Josh (not his real name), a drug addict, was facing a dilemma: go to residential treatment for drug abuse or stay at home and continue drug use. His girlfriend did not approve of his drug use because of their baby. But if he went to treatment he would lose his job and not be able […]

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Krispy Kreme Donuts vs Onions

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The Krispy Kreme Kid “Walter” complained to me that he had gotten kicked out of a treatment facility and was afraid they wouldn’t take him back. If the facility didn’t take him back he would remain detained for weeks if not months while his probation officer found him another facility. I took Walter through the […]

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Fear of Stairways

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Karen’s Fear of Stairs I was recently on vacation in Germany and over breakfast my table mates were discussing the upcoming excursion, which was going to involve going up and down stairs and walking over cobblestones. One of the people, Karen, a woman in her late 60’s, complained that she was afraid of stairs and […]

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