Tag Archives: Emotional Freedom Technique

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Is your child frightened of being kidnapped after watching the News about Madeleine McCann ?

I’ve recently had two children referred to me who have a fear of being abducted or kidnapped after reading and hearing the news about Madeleine McCann. The problem with 24/7 News coverage is that it blows out of proportion the amount of bad things that can happen and children are very sensitive and can become […]


Pills & Pregnancy – the truly shocking truth

k   As the shocking BBC Panorama report ‘Pills & Pregnancy’ hits the headlines – a campaign organised by  the very wonderful Emma Murphy  about the shocking truth about FACS Syndrome, I thought it would be helpful to  tell you about the Top 30 Autism Spectrum Blogs to give you support & help. Emma is […]

‘Tapping’ – the New Therapy for the 21st Century

     Tappy Bear who comes to help me 😉   Today I was working in a school doing my Confidence Classes for Kids Workshop and a child told me he had be mauled by 6 dogs when he was 3 and had scars around his eyes to show me. I  regularly use my Emotional Freedom […]


  I was bullied at school for a little while when I first joined my Secondary School and I developed Alopecia from it – where some of my hair fell out due to the stress of not telling anyone about it as I felt ashamed and embarrassed. My wonderful Dad came into kiss me goodnight one […]

What is Emotional Freedom Technique or “Tapping”?

What is EFT? Emotional Freedom Technique  is the new therapy for the 21st century as it is a very safe way to get rid of anxiety, stress, and feelings of guilt and overwhelm that lots of parents suffer from. It is based on tapping different Chinese meridian lines with your fingers – and you’ve probably […]

What’s Stammering, The King’s Speech and Emotional Freedom Technique got in common?

“There is more hunger for love and appreciation in this world than for bread”    ~Mother Theresa I went to see The King’s Speech yesterday and I was really moved by George VI courage, bravery and sense of duty. It is a truly wonderful film and I hope it wins all the Awards its nominated for. […]

“Special Needs” is like an umbrella sheltering and hiding a huge collection of diagnoses underneath.

I have recently been coaching some wonderful parents who have a child with ADHD and as a former Deputy Head teacher of many children with unique and different needs, I have been exploring with them how to handle the painful and often overwhelming feelings associated with dealing with the diagnosis that their child is different. […]