This audio clip is from the Shrink Rap Radio podcast Holistic Psychotherapy with Sarah Chana Radcliffe, with host David Van Nuys, Ph.D., aka “Dr. Dave” interviewing Sarah Chana Radcliffe, M.Ed., C.Psych.Assoc.
[NOTE – this is a brief excerpt only – follow the link above for the full podcast and transcript.]
Host David Van Nuys: Sarah Chana Radcliffe is a registered psychological associate in Ontario, Canada.
Over the past 30 years, she has counseled thousands of parents, couples, and individuals in her full-time private practice in Toronto.
She practices emotionally focused therapy, process experiential psychotherapy, energy psychology, EMDR, and cognitive behavioral therapy.
She’s the author of Raise Your Kids Without Raising Your Voice.
In the interview, Radcliffe refers to the books of Herbert Benson, MD – including The Breakout Principle.
She is enthusiastic about the value of Tapping or Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT), as presented by the program The Tapping Solution (EFT).
She explains, “EFT is one of the very popular self-help forms of energy psychology because it was really the easiest form to learn.
“A lot of Roger Callahan’s students came up with their own versions because there is no one right way. I think every person can move their energy through their own system, in their own way.”
Also see a video in the Anxiety Relief Solutions site post The Tapping Solution – Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT).
[Photo is from her Facebook page.]
Radcliffe also has used Holosync audio CDs for years to benefit herself and her clients, and says :
I make it as a suggestion to clients who are experiencing stress, who are very anxious, or just need a fresh reworking of the brain.
Not everybody can do week after week of therapy out of their pockets.
So Holosync is almost something that’s going to help the person do tremendous healing, at the cost of one or two therapy sessions per year.
It’s a very cost-effective way of cleaning out your baggage.
Dr. Dave adds: A good friend of mine has been using Holosync as well for probably as long as you have or maybe even longer. He certainly swears by it.
Article publié pour la première fois le 27/01/2010