Thursday, March 21, 2013

EFT for pet problem behaviors

My Fellow Dog Owners (or "Doggie Moms" if you prefer, whatever) -

Here's an impressive way to connect with your dog, whether or not you have actual issues with him/her. Emotional Freedom Technique uses the meridians and energy points of Chinese medicine to release blocked emotions that can cause physical pain, cravings, fixations and stuck emotions like grief, fear, anger and sadness.

EFT has changed my life since I started practicing it and it's available to help animals, too. Lili Betancourt attends my weekly EFT group and she's amazing. I've had private sessions with her that helped me tremendously. If I were to recommend an EFT/hypnotherapy practitioner, I coudn't do better than her.

Check it out.

Class in Emotional Freedom Technique for Animals
3358 N. Pulaski, Chicago, IL USA
Wednesday, 27 March
7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
$20 per person/$35 per couple
Do NOT bring your animal. Call 773-736-3641 to reserve your space.

Whether you work or live with animals, this class will show you how to relieve stress and address problem behaviors in your animal. And it can be ANY animal,
not just dogs.
EFT involves gently tapping on acupressure points to balance the body's energy field. The idea is that all problems start on the emotional plane and can be healed there.

Lili Betancourt is a board certified consulting hypnotist and member of the National Guild of Hypnotists and the Association for the Advancement of Ethical Hypnosis. She has certifications in pediatric hypnosis, pain management and EFT Level Three. She offers private and group instruction in self-hypnosis, stress management and EFT at the City Colleges of Chicago. For more information about Lili and her practice, see her website.

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