As a Vietnam Veteran, I understand the experience of being in a combat zone. One can not return unchanged and unaffected. Some of you will experience PTSD or MI (Moral Injury). Others, both men and women, have experienced MST (Military Sexual Trauma). Emotional Freedom Techniques has an 85% success rate in the treatment and resolution of these conditions.Read more
Trauma is a very personal experience. It affects First Responders, Veterans, people who have been abused in some way or have been in natural or man-made disasters. Many people are traumatized and don't realize it. The ACE (Adverse Childhood Experience) Study points to trauma as being the underlying cause of most if not all mental and physical illnesses, including addictions.Read more
Anxiety is a response to an unresolved, hidden fear, usually based on some life experience lurking in the unconscious mind. Anxiety attacks can strike at any time without notice, and can be very disabling, causing panic attacks in very severe cases. Once the core experience has been uncovered, it is easily resolved with Emotional Freedom Techniques. EFT creates counter-conditioning to reduce the Fight/Flight/Freeze Response.
Cigarette/Nicotine addiction is the most difficult addiction to overcome; more difficult than other drugs. Using products containing Nicotine to help smokers quit makes no sense and they don't work well, so why sell these products? It's all about money. To find out more about why quitting is so difficult and how EFT can help you quit without withdrawal symptoms:Read more
Tom is a talented and compassionate NY State Licensed Mental Health Counselor, and a Vietnam veteran. His is certified as a Diplomate of Comprehensive Energy Psychology, using Energy Psychology techniques since 1998, providing expert application of EFT to mental health issues.. He is also a Credentialed Distance Counselor and an Employee Assistance Specialist - Clinician.Read more
Emotional Freedom Techniques, AKA EFT or tapping is the fastest growing self-help tool in the world that has tremendous therapeutic value both in and out of the counseling session. It is now evidence based with over 82 peer-reviewed studies published. EFT often succeeds when other methods have failed and is easy to learn and use.Read more
Depression affects 6.7% of the adult population in the US annually. Medications only work for 20-40% of those affected, often have undesirable side affects, and only manage the symptoms. Depression in some men manifest differently than what is normally defined as depression in others, and regardless of type of depression one needs to address the underlying emotional issues.Read more