Whether it is man-made or a natural disaster or simply everything around you feels out of control, here are a few tips to help you settle and re-balance yourself back into feeling peace. Everyone knows I am a Tapping trainer, and Tapping is fantastic! However, not everything or event or moment is actually right for […]Read More
Accredited Certified EFT Master Trainer of Trainers
Jondi is an Accredited, Certified Advanced Practitioner, Master Trainer & Trainer of Trainers, with a private practice in NYC, USA. Her motto is FEEL BETTER FAST, which she happily teaches in professional training, mentoring and private client work. Board member of the AAMET International/EFT International association, she serves on the Training and Training/Accreditation Boards. A natural leader in community-making and group facilitation, she was formerly the Lead Trainer and mentor for the Newtown Community Trauma Relief Project, in Newtown, CT, USA,
A longtime radio host on streaming giant BlogTalkRadio, she helmed two shows for EFT Radio, on a wide variety of EFT usage and subjects. Jondi's the founder of the USA's EFT & Energy gathering, called The Spring Energy Event, CoFounder of TapFest (a global helper-healer community website) and of CoFounder of TappingStar, focused upon children's issues. Her newest creations are Emotional First-Aid: emergency strategies and interventions for everyone. She presents practical, useful, relevant tools for embracing the needs demanded by our collective knowledge around Adverse Childhood Experiences and Trauma-Informed Care.
Her specialty is connecting and cross-pollinating with the best and most innovative energy facilitators and creators in the business, especially in the areas of trauma relief, the emerging field of Epigenetics, and recent discoveries in neuroplasticity and evidence-based Tapping. Jondi welcomes contact with traditionally trained medical and healthcare professionals who have embraced meridian-based tapping techniques, and enthusiastically integrates the most effective Energy Psychology practices for their clients and systems. She is thrilled to introduce groups of all kinds to EFT and Energy Psychology protocols, as her heart truly belongs to crafting community, connecting the helpers and healers of the world with their neighbors.
A past volunteer for Operation:Emotional Freedom and TheStressProject.org, she delivered free services to veterans with PTSD and was a researcher in two benchmark clinical field trials using EFT. She continues to work with veterans and hopes to offer more train-the-trainer programs in various foundations/charitable organizations that serve them. Her training model teaches and imbues every student/mentee with the foundations of healing through client-centered connection, safety and compassion.
Delivering practical excellence is her goal as 'The People's Teacher.’ Using EFT and Energy Psychology protocols - what she calls 'The People's ToolBox’ - delivers painless and efficient relief, support and healing. Jondi’s signature programs are EFT Training for Mastery and Mentoring for Mastery. Contact: Jondi@eft4Results.com or www.JondiWhitis.com
Jondi welcomes private clients and groups; services are customized to suit the need and location of each. Contact her with questions or to host a specific training/workshop in your location or group.: Jondi@eft4Results.com
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Articles by Jondi Whitis
Combining families, traditions or holidays this year? A guide to happier trails.Read More
Here’s a friendly and accessible discussion of how life’s everyday events can suddenly turn into traumatic memories. Knowing this gives us the power to see the event for what it is, and then more easily deconstruct them with EFT.Read More
“This article is written as a case study to assist EFT students doing their EFT International Level 2 certification. The subjects in parenthesis illustrate the core EFT skills that are utilized during the session. Enjoy!”Read More
“A long time ago I learned to be silent (or at least gracious!), in the face of insult or unfairness. Apparently this was thought to be good manners, and also had the added effect of not escalating an already unpleasant situation. In hindsight, it was not such a good lesson to learn…”Read More