Have you ever stubbed your toe against the kerb, or caught your hand on the side of a hot oven/pan/iron, chopped your thumb when you were aiming for the cabbage (it’s best not to ask me to shred cabbage!), bumped into an armchair/doorway/person, missed a step up/down, scalded yourself in steam from the kettle, spilled a freshly brewed mug of tea, hammered your fingers and missed the nail, tripped on the mat, fallen off a swing, slipped on ice/mud/banana skin? What about paper cuts and blisters, bruises, grazes, insect bites, over-reaching for the top shelf, minor whiplash even?Read More
Accredited Certified EFT Trainer NQT
EFT has profoundly helped me in my journey towards health and wholeness (and continues to support my wellbeing on a daily basis), so it is a joy to facilitate others in theirs. With a background in education and special needs, and much of my life experience in long-term illness, I can draw on these rich resources in both the skilled practice and training of EFT.
I specialise in the relief of emotional and physical pains and a wide spectrum of traumas. My base is the West Midlands (UK) but I am more than happy to work by phone and online as well – whatever works best for you.
I am a member of the EFT International Executive Board, and I am registered with GRCCT.
I have experimented with the use of a minimal tapping intervention to ameliorate symptoms of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and presented the results in a poster at the EFT Research Symposium, University of Staffordshire, in July 2015: See My Facebook Page
They were also published as an article in the Journal of Health and Social Care Improvement, University of Wolverhampton, in October 2015.
Articles by Hilary Jones
Y was 11 years old. He was an enthusiastic member of the scouts who loved camping, but was very wary of striking matches. So he was keen to overcome his fear. Do you think it’s something that your tapping could help with? Well, the best way to find out is to give it a go. […]Read More
With one promising career behind me prematurely stopped in its tracks, then chronic illness and setting out expectantly on another, the sequence unfolding onscreen too closely resembles events in my own life – or rather my perceptions and fears around them. But it also gives me the perfect opportunity, metaphors, insights and lead-ins for processing themRead More