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Published on January 14, 2008

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Treating Addiction & Habits with Meridian-based Psychotherapies & Counselling An IMPC application Seminar Willem Lammers, TSTA, CTS, TESTdx

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© 2000

These handouts are only for the personal use of the participants of this training seminar

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Programme Treatment aspects of addictions and habits Stepney somatic aspects emotions developmental work Treatment protocols for somatic aspects EFT stimulant drugs depressant drugs Treatment protocols for developmental work Demonstrations Exercises

Treatment aspects of addictions and habits

Stepney

somatic aspects

emotions

developmental work

Treatment protocols for somatic aspects

EFT

stimulant drugs

depressant drugs

Treatment protocols for developmental work

Demonstrations

Exercises

Addiction & Habits Working with addictions and habits needs patience must recognise stages sometimes only means that one can help the client to reach the next stage confronts professionals with their own boundaries and addictive aspects Interventions can be helpful in one stage and counterproductive in another one

Working with addictions and habits

needs patience

must recognise stages

sometimes only means that one can help the client to reach the next stage

confronts professionals with their own boundaries and addictive aspects

Interventions can be helpful in one stage and counterproductive in another one

Addictions & Habits THRILL-SEEKING PHARMACOLOGICAL ORAL- MANIPULATIVE HOBBIES FOOD-BASED SOCIAL parachuting bungee-jumping etc. com- petitive sports alcohol tobacco tea & coffee sweets & chocolates over eating sugar salt soft drugs stamp-collecting etc. crosswords gum-chewing 'worry' beads hard drugs games gambling delinquency Stepney (1979) internet work TV

Context THRILL-SEEKING PHARMACOLOGICAL ORAL- MANIPULATIVE HOBBIES FOOD-BASED SOCIAL parachuting bungee-jumping etc. com- petitive sports alcohol tobacco tea & coffee sweets & chocolates over eating sugar salt soft drugs stamp-collecting etc. crosswords gum-chewing 'worry' beads hard drugs games gambling delinquency Healthy ego-functioning Archaic emotions Psychosomatic reactions Addictions & habits Dissociation Archaic reaction patterns

Treatment Aspects for the Addictive Urge

Functions The addictive urge has the following functions: concentration sedation stimulation reduction of fear Treatment must take functions into account Conditions for success: awareness & insight: misery information responsibility, decision

The addictive urge has the following functions:

concentration

sedation

stimulation

reduction of fear

Treatment must take functions into account

Conditions for success:

awareness & insight: misery

information

responsibility, decision

Emotions & Feelings Intervention relief of the addictive urge finding ways to replace the substance as a means of fulfilment of functions How? discovering affective functions of addictive behaviour exploring healthy alternatives for substance abuse cognitiv/affective treatment MPC

Intervention

relief of the addictive urge

finding ways to replace the substance as a means of fulfilment of functions

How?

discovering affective functions of addictive behaviour

exploring healthy alternatives for substance abuse

cognitiv/affective treatment

MPC

Treatment The urge, craving response, somatic component needs to be treated separately from the treatment of the psychological aspects The treatment focuses on a conditional bodily experience, without which the person doesn't need to abuse the substance Identify the somatic stimulus which invites the client to abuse Think of this urge and concentrate on your body and tell me what's going on inside Treatment must work very fast to beat the substance Nicotine reaches the brain 10 seconds after inhaling

The urge, craving response, somatic component needs to be treated separately from the treatment of the psychological aspects

The treatment focuses on a conditional bodily experience, without which the person doesn't need to abuse the substance

Identify the somatic stimulus which invites the client to abuse

Think of this urge and concentrate on your body and tell me what's going on inside

Treatment must work very fast to beat the substance

Nicotine reaches the brain 10 seconds after inhaling

Working at the roots

Roots in Life Working at the roots Addicts have pre-addictive, addictive and post-addictive personality states Each state has an identity, an access channel, a life style and a social network In the beginning of treatment there is a dual governing state Later in the career there is a congruent addict personality Treatment means a restructuring of the personality of the client (Zoran Milivojevic)

Working at the roots

Addicts have pre-addictive, addictive and post-addictive personality states

Each state has an identity, an access channel, a life style and a social network

In the beginning of treatment there is a dual governing state

Later in the career there is a congruent addict personality

Treatment means a restructuring of the personality of the client

(Zoran Milivojevic)

Roots in Life Intervention Work with emptiness, despair, anxiety and trauma How? tapping on timelines Inner Child Inner Parent work

Intervention

Work with emptiness, despair, anxiety and trauma

How?

tapping on timelines

Inner Child

Inner Parent work

Meridian-based Psychotherapies & Counselling MPC The cause of all negative emotions is a disruption in the body's energy system (Gary Craig)

MPC Roger Callahan discovered emotions, physical symptoms and traumatic memories can change by tapping on acupuncture meridian points He called his method Thought Field Therapy - TFT Others have developed similar methods in recent years: Emotional Freedom Techniques, Be Set Free Fast, Tapas Acupressure Technique We use the general term Meridian-based Psychotherapy & Counselling MPC MPC offers fast, noninvasive procedures that relieve psychological disturbances by eliminating perturbations in the energy field of the body and changing the body’s energy system

Roger Callahan discovered emotions, physical symptoms and traumatic memories can change by tapping on acupuncture meridian points

He called his method Thought Field Therapy - TFT

Others have developed similar methods in recent years:

Emotional Freedom Techniques, Be Set Free Fast, Tapas Acupressure Technique

We use the general term Meridian-based Psychotherapy & Counselling MPC

MPC offers fast, noninvasive procedures that relieve psychological disturbances by eliminating perturbations in the energy field of the body and changing the body’s energy system

Assumptions There is a subtle, partly scientifically validated energy circulatory system in the human body, whose paths are called meridians in Traditional Chinese Medicine This energy field has great influence over, and many times is responsible for, the person’s physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual well-being In emotionally disturbing circumstances, the energy system may lose coherence, intentionality and capacity to relate

There is a subtle, partly scientifically validated energy circulatory system in the human body, whose paths are called meridians in Traditional Chinese Medicine

This energy field has great influence over, and many times is responsible for, the person’s physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual well-being

In emotionally disturbing circumstances, the energy system may lose coherence, intentionality and capacity to relate

Treatment The energy system can be (re)balanced by tapping with the fingertips on acupuncture points at the beginning or at the end of the meridians Once treated, memories can be normally accessed, but the emotional charge is gone The client does not get upset about the circumstance This result is lasting for the aspect treated In counselling and psychotherapy, stages similar to normal processing can be observed

The energy system can be (re)balanced by tapping with the fingertips on acupuncture points at the beginning or at the end of the meridians

Once treated, memories can be normally accessed, but the emotional charge is gone

The client does not get upset about the circumstance

This result is lasting for the aspect treated

In counselling and psychotherapy, stages similar to normal processing can be observed

Treatment Indications are trauma, phobias, guilt, grief and addictive cravings After trauma treatment, there is a visible and obvious cognition change that shows up in the way clients talk about previously troublesome incidents Intense emotions -abreactions- are not necessarily part of the treatment process, as in other treatment systems Treatment sequences take only minutes Effects on emotions are often immediate and thus unbelievable

Indications are trauma, phobias, guilt, grief and addictive cravings

After trauma treatment, there is a visible and obvious cognition change that shows up in the way clients talk about previously troublesome incidents

Intense emotions -abreactions- are not necessarily part of the treatment process, as in other treatment systems

Treatment sequences take only minutes

Effects on emotions are often immediate and thus unbelievable

EFT: Gary Craig Emotional Freedom Techniques - EFT: the easiest to learn MPC method an emotional healing technique a tool for altering limiting beliefs also capable of dramatically relieving many physical symptoms directly derived from Thought Field Therapy (TFT) by Gary Craig, a Stanford-trained engineer, businessman, and professional performance coach Craig trained with Dr. Roger Callahan, the originator of TFT

Emotional Freedom Techniques - EFT:

the easiest to learn MPC method

an emotional healing technique

a tool for altering limiting beliefs

also capable of dramatically relieving many physical symptoms

directly derived from Thought Field Therapy (TFT) by Gary Craig, a Stanford-trained engineer, businessman, and professional performance coach

Craig trained with Dr. Roger Callahan, the originator of TFT

EFT: The Basic Recipe The Basic Recipe cycle lies at the heart of every EFT treatment Procedure: 1. Rate the disturbance (SUD scale 0-10) 2. Do the Set-Up 3. Do the Sequence 4. Do the 9-Gamut 5. Repeat the Sequence 6. Rate the Distress again Repeat the Basic Recipe for every new aspect If the subjective level of disturbance is down to 1 or 0: Floor-to-Ceiling Eye Roll

The Basic Recipe cycle lies at the heart of every EFT treatment

Procedure:

1. Rate the disturbance (SUD scale 0-10)

2. Do the Set-Up

3. Do the Sequence

4. Do the 9-Gamut

5. Repeat the Sequence

6. Rate the Distress again

Repeat the Basic Recipe for every new aspect

If the subjective level of disturbance is down to 1 or 0:

Floor-to-Ceiling Eye Roll

EFT's Basic Recipe I All tapping is done with two fingers, firmly but gently, on any side of the body Rate the distress: In order to measure progress, rate the level of distress on a SUD scale, from 0 to 10 The Setup: Before beginning treatment, rub the NLR point (sore spot) while repeating three times the affirmation: I deeply and completely accept myself with all my problems and limitations At the beginning of each round of treatment, tap the karate chop point while repeating three times the affirmation: Even though I (name problem) I deeply and completely accept myself The Sequence: Inside eye brow, outside of eye, under eye, under nose, under lower lip, collarbone point, under arm (thumb, index finger, middle finger, little finger, karate chop point)

All tapping is done with two fingers, firmly but gently, on any side of the body

Rate the distress:

In order to measure progress, rate the level of distress on a SUD scale, from 0 to 10

The Setup:

Before beginning treatment, rub the NLR point (sore spot) while repeating three times the affirmation: I deeply and completely accept myself with all my problems and limitations

At the beginning of each round of treatment, tap the karate chop point while repeating three times the affirmation: Even though I (name problem) I deeply and completely accept myself

The Sequence:

Inside eye brow, outside of eye, under eye, under nose, under lower lip, collarbone point, under arm (thumb, index finger, middle finger, little finger, karate chop point)

Treatment Points Points can be tapped on either side of the body

EFT Basic Recipe II The 9-Gamut While continually tapping on the gamut spot: on back of hand (repeat reminder phrase when you begin) 1. Close your eyes 2. Open your eyes 3. Look down toward one corner 4. Look down toward the other corner 5. Roll your eyes in a circle 6. Roll your eyes in a circle in the other direction 7. Hum a few notes of any tune 8. Count to seven 9. Hum a few notes again Tap the Sequence again Rate the disturbance again

The 9-Gamut

While continually tapping on the gamut spot: on back of hand (repeat reminder phrase when you begin)

1. Close your eyes

2. Open your eyes

3. Look down toward one corner

4. Look down toward the other corner

5. Roll your eyes in a circle

6. Roll your eyes in a circle in the other direction

7. Hum a few notes of any tune

8. Count to seven

9. Hum a few notes again

Tap the Sequence again

Rate the disturbance again

Floor-to-Ceiling Eye Roll When the SUD score is reduced to 1 or 2, do the Floor-to-Ceiling Eye Roll (er): While continuously tapping on the gamut point: close eyes open eyes, look straight ahead move eyes down to the floor and then roll slowly up to the ceiling stop tapping, close eyelids and inhale breath lower eyes while exhaling This will usually lower the score to 0 and seems to consolidate treatment once the SUDs has reached 0

When the SUD score is reduced to 1 or 2, do the Floor-to-Ceiling Eye Roll (er):

While continuously tapping on the gamut point:

close eyes

open eyes, look straight ahead

move eyes down to the floor and then roll slowly up to the ceiling

stop tapping, close eyelids and inhale breath

lower eyes while exhaling

This will usually lower the score to 0 and seems to consolidate treatment once the SUDs has reached 0

EFT Protocol Contact problem and develop reminder phrase Establish SUD score Treat NLR point with general affirmation Treat KC with specific affirmation Sequence (with reminder phrase), 9g, Sequence Check SUD score if >2, treat kc with modified affirmation, then Sq, 9g, Sq using modified reminder phrase if <2, ER if down only 1 point at a time, CBB if no change, “How is this 7 different from the earlier 7” (switched aspects) or other corrections for energy imbalances

Contact problem and develop reminder phrase

Establish SUD score

Treat NLR point with general affirmation

Treat KC with specific affirmation

Sequence (with reminder phrase), 9g, Sequence

Check SUD score

if >2, treat kc with modified affirmation, then Sq, 9g, Sq using modified reminder phrase

if <2, ER

if down only 1 point at a time, CBB

if no change, “How is this 7 different from the earlier 7” (switched aspects) or other corrections for energy imbalances

Starting exercise Most people have some constriction in their breathing which is rather easily corrected with EFT--&quot;Even though I have this constricted breathing....&quot;. Have your client take a deep breath and ask them to assess how that breath compares to what they consider to be their potential (10). Most people come up with a lower SUD score, such as 7 or 8. A round or two of EFT usually brings them up to a 10. It is advisable to take a deep breath or two before doing the initial SUDs assessment. This should take care of any &quot;stretching effect&quot; the lungs may need to go through so that the initial SUDs is more likely to be valid. People's emotional issues often show up in constricted breathing. Just dealing with the breathing reduces the intensity of the emotional issue. This can be a relatively painless way to &quot;take the edge off&quot; of the emotional problem before working with it directly.

Most people have some constriction in their breathing which is rather easily corrected with EFT--&quot;Even though I have this constricted breathing....&quot;.

Have your client take a deep breath and ask them to assess how that breath compares to what they consider to be their potential (10). Most people come up with a lower SUD score, such as 7 or 8. A round or two of EFT usually brings them up to a 10.

It is advisable to take a deep breath or two before doing the initial SUDs assessment. This should take care of any &quot;stretching effect&quot; the lungs may need to go through so that the initial SUDs is more likely to be valid.

People's emotional issues often show up in constricted breathing. Just dealing with the breathing reduces the intensity of the emotional issue. This can be a relatively painless way to &quot;take the edge off&quot; of the emotional problem before working with it directly.

Treating the Urge

Preparation Process Contact & Contract Take history Explain procedures and dynamics of addiction Monitor addictive behaviour for 2-3 weeks Client makes notes on time, quantity, trigger stimuli (visual, auditory, kinesthetic, olfactory, gustatory)

Contact & Contract

Take history

Explain procedures and dynamics of addiction

Monitor addictive behaviour for 2-3 weeks

Client makes notes on time, quantity, trigger stimuli (visual, auditory, kinesthetic, olfactory, gustatory)

Treating the Urge Identify triggers for the craving symptom External: visual, auditory, tactile, olfactory, gustatory Identify the craving symptom kinesthetic, not visual, auditory, olfactory, gustatory Identify submodalities: warm/cold, hard/soft, tense/relaxed, size, shape, location, frequency, duration, tingling, trembling Take SUDs for the urge to use the substance, on a scale from 0 to 10 Apply EFT, TFT or the algorithm for the specific type of substance Take SUDs again Repeat treatment if necessary and give homework assignment

Identify triggers for the craving symptom

External: visual, auditory, tactile, olfactory, gustatory

Identify the craving symptom

kinesthetic, not visual, auditory, olfactory, gustatory

Identify submodalities: warm/cold, hard/soft, tense/relaxed, size, shape, location, frequency, duration, tingling, trembling

Take SUDs for the urge to use the substance, on a scale from 0 to 10

Apply EFT, TFT or the algorithm for the specific type of substance

Take SUDs again

Repeat treatment if necessary and give homework assignment

TFT for Addictive Urges ue, ua, c, 9G, Seq, ER ue, ua, c, lf, c, 9G, Seq, ER ue, c, ua, 9G, Seq, ER ue, c, ua, c, ue, 9G, Seq, ER ue, ua, c, ua, ue, c, 9G, Seq, ER Abbreviations: ue: under eye 9G: 9 Gamut ua: under arm Seq: Sequence c: collarbone ER: Eye roll lf: little finger

ue, ua, c, 9G, Seq, ER

ue, ua, c, lf, c, 9G, Seq, ER

ue, c, ua, 9G, Seq, ER

ue, c, ua, c, ue, 9G, Seq, ER

ue, ua, c, ua, ue, c, 9G, Seq, ER

Abbreviations:

ue: under eye 9G: 9 Gamut

ua: under arm Seq: Sequence

c: collarbone ER: Eye roll

lf: little finger

Treating the Urge Algorithm: Sequence, brain balancing, repeat sequence Brain balancing: 9 Gamut Move eyes from the left to the right during 10 seconds Tap or TAB (Touch-And-Breathe) acupoints Use TAB when clients are traumatised or have a history of violence against themselves

Algorithm:

Sequence, brain balancing, repeat sequence

Brain balancing:

9 Gamut

Move eyes from the left to the right during 10 seconds

Tap or TAB (Touch-And-Breathe) acupoints

Use TAB when clients are traumatised or have a history of violence against themselves

Willem’s Algorithms Sequence to interrupt craving for sedating drugs (heroin, benzodiazepines): CV-17 (between nipples), K-27 (collarbone point), Li-14 (upper edge of 8th rib inferior to nipple), SI-3 (karate chop), TW-3 (Gamut point), CV-17 Sequence to interrupt craving for stimulant drugs and for addictive non-substance behaviour: St-1 (under eye), Bl-2 (end of eyebrow), Sp-21 (under arm), Ex. 1 (third eye), GV 20 (top of the head) If tapping GV 20 feels threatening, client needs much support

Sequence to interrupt craving for sedating drugs (heroin, benzodiazepines):

CV-17 (between nipples), K-27 (collarbone point), Li-14 (upper edge of 8th rib inferior to nipple), SI-3 (karate chop), TW-3 (Gamut point), CV-17

Sequence to interrupt craving for stimulant drugs and for addictive non-substance behaviour:

St-1 (under eye), Bl-2 (end of eyebrow), Sp-21 (under arm), Ex. 1 (third eye), GV 20 (top of the head)

If tapping GV 20 feels threatening, client needs much support

Points CV-17 K-27 Li-14 Ex-1 GV-20

Treating the Urge Work through all triggers which invoke addictive urge after a meal while driving on the telephone after ... If you have clearly identified the craving response, you can bring it down Craving hides historical incidents which usually are outside awareness

Work through all triggers which invoke addictive urge

after a meal

while driving

on the telephone

after ...

If you have clearly identified the craving response, you can bring it down

Craving hides historical incidents which usually are outside awareness

Working on the Roots Timelines Inner Child Inner Parent

Timelines

Inner Child

Inner Parent

Working on the Roots Withdrawal history Clients have negative experiences trying to stop substance abuse They expect the same in the future These experiences must be treated Developmental arrest, script issues Substance abuse is the best way the client has to prevent re-experiencing traumatic events The craving response is the original body response in a traumatic situation Clients are generally not aware of this, they connect the craving response to the absence of the substance Traumatic experiences can also be treated with MPC

Withdrawal history

Clients have negative experiences trying to stop substance abuse

They expect the same in the future

These experiences must be treated

Developmental arrest, script issues

Substance abuse is the best way the client has to prevent re-experiencing traumatic events

The craving response is the original body response in a traumatic situation

Clients are generally not aware of this, they connect the craving response to the absence of the substance

Traumatic experiences can also be treated with MPC

Timeline Work Identify the craving response What do you feel in your body when you feel this urge? Take SUDs On a scale from 0 to 10, how strong is this urge now? Let the client imagine to go back on a time line, led by the physical sensations of the craving response Find earlier occasions where you had this feeling in your body Find 3 or 4 occasions when these sensations were present Make notes on a timeline

Identify the craving response

What do you feel in your body when you feel this urge?

Take SUDs

On a scale from 0 to 10, how strong is this urge now?

Let the client imagine to go back on a time line, led by the physical sensations of the craving response

Find earlier occasions where you had this feeling in your body

Find 3 or 4 occasions when these sensations were present

Make notes on a timeline

Working with the Inner Child Find the very first occasion on which this symptom was present The symptom is not known before this situation in the life of the client Usually this is a traumatic incident at an early age, even during pregnancy You can use the affect bridge to reach this situation The Inner Child at the time of the incident can be treated with MPC techniques Treat all emotions and feelings of the child in the scene, so that the person doesn’t have any emotional or physical reactions remembering it

Find the very first occasion on which this symptom was present

The symptom is not known before this situation in the life of the client

Usually this is a traumatic incident at an early age, even during pregnancy

You can use the affect bridge to reach this situation

The Inner Child at the time of the incident can be treated with MPC techniques

Treat all emotions and feelings of the child in the scene, so that the person doesn’t have any emotional or physical reactions remembering it

Working with the Inner Parent Traumatised parental figures in this scene may be treated in the same way Identify the parental figure in the scene who had the greatest impact Ask the client to be this parent at the time of the incident Ask the client in the role of the parent to look at the child at that early age Let her describe how she/he sees her child at that time Interview the parent and diagnose the main issue of the parent figure at the time of the incident trauma, fear, anxiety, addiction Treat the parent for the identified issue with the help of MPC Let the parent renew contact with the child Let the client be child again and reframe the event on the basis of the new knowledge Let the child grow up slowly

Traumatised parental figures in this scene may be treated in the same way

Identify the parental figure in the scene who had the greatest impact

Ask the client to be this parent at the time of the incident

Ask the client in the role of the parent to look at the child at that early age

Let her describe how she/he sees her child at that time

Interview the parent and diagnose the main issue of the parent figure at the time of the incident

trauma, fear, anxiety, addiction

Treat the parent for the identified issue with the help of MPC

Let the parent renew contact with the child

Let the client be child again and reframe the event on the basis of the new knowledge

Let the child grow up slowly

Steps After the SUDs have gone down to 1 or 0, the person goes forward in time to the next scene on the timeline Take SUDs for this scene and treat the memory as needed Continue with the other scenes on the time-line and treat the memories as needed Return to the here-and-now and let the person explore her craving response Then future-pace: relationships, work, hobbies, pastimes Treat relapse fantasies the same way, on the basis of the craving response

After the SUDs have gone down to 1 or 0, the person goes forward in time to the next scene on the timeline

Take SUDs for this scene and treat the memory as needed

Continue with the other scenes on the time-line and treat the memories as needed

Return to the here-and-now and let the person explore her craving response

Then future-pace:

relationships, work, hobbies, pastimes

Treat relapse fantasies the same way, on the basis of the craving response

Closure While tapping on Central Vessel, Ren-17: Forgive others: I forgive you, X, you didn’t have a choice Do this for all significant others the client has negative experiences with Forgive self: I forgive myself, I did the best I could

While tapping on Central Vessel, Ren-17: Forgive others:

I forgive you, X, you didn’t have a choice

Do this for all significant others the client has negative experiences with

Forgive self:

I forgive myself, I did the best I could

Relapse Relapse = reversal Before treatment, find out what they’re reversed on Before any treatment, treat reversal Teach clients how to treat reversal For recurring reversal test client between second & third rib Check for neurological disorganisation Procedure of treatment is very simple Tap on the side of the hand, while saying: I deeply and completely accept myself, even if... You can muscle test or just assume that there is a reversal

Relapse = reversal

Before treatment, find out what they’re reversed on

Before any treatment, treat reversal

Teach clients how to treat reversal

For recurring reversal test client between second & third rib

Check for neurological disorganisation

Procedure of treatment is very simple

Tap on the side of the hand, while saying: I deeply and completely accept myself, even if...

You can muscle test or just assume that there is a reversal

Larry Nims’ Failsafe System Test and treat each in the following sequence: 1) I want to get over (be free of) this problem 2) I am willing to get over (be free of) this problem 3) I am willing to get over (be free of) this problem now (from now on) 4) I give myself permission to be free of this problem from now on 5) It’s OK for me to be free of this problem from now on 6) I deserve to be permanently free of this problem 7) I will do everything necessary to see to it that I am free, and remain free of this problem Sometimes the following statements will test negative: 8) There is still a problem that will make me keep or take back this problem 9) There is still something in me that will make me keep or take back this problem

Test and treat each in the following sequence:

1) I want to get over (be free of) this problem

2) I am willing to get over (be free of) this problem

3) I am willing to get over (be free of) this problem now (from now on)

4) I give myself permission to be free of this problem from now on

5) It’s OK for me to be free of this problem from now on

6) I deserve to be permanently free of this problem

7) I will do everything necessary to see to it that I am free, and remain free of this problem

Sometimes the following statements will test negative:

8) There is still a problem that will make me keep or take back this problem

9) There is still something in me that will make me keep or take back this problem

Substance Management Drugs and alcohol can cause reversal and relapse, due to situation-dependent learning and to toxines The additives in wine may contain toxines Most commercial beers contain many additives White wine contains sulphites Test before and during each glass You might test fine for the first glass but not for the second Quantity is important

Drugs and alcohol can cause reversal and relapse, due to situation-dependent learning and to toxines

The additives in wine may contain toxines

Most commercial beers contain many additives

White wine contains sulphites

Test before and during each glass

You might test fine for the first glass but not for the second

Quantity is important

Food Addiction Food addiction is more difficult than drugs or tobacco, because you need food to live The vicious five disturb signals from the appetite regulation centre in the brain, the diencephalon: Smoking Coffee Alcohol Sugar animal proteins Clients need education to change their way of living

Food addiction is more difficult than drugs or tobacco, because you need food to live

The vicious five disturb signals from the appetite regulation centre in the brain, the diencephalon:

Smoking

Coffee

Alcohol

Sugar

animal proteins

Clients need education to change their way of living

Self-Image & Self-Confidence Indicators T & T for self-image and self-confidence statements Do it in the first session, unless the client has a pressing issue which overrides this T & T each statement individually T & T each group of statements collectively after treatment I'm strong in all of these areas now Treat by continuously tapping on the karate chop point, while saying three times: I deeply and completely accept myself even if ....(statement) ( T & T : Test & Treat as needed)

T & T for self-image and self-confidence statements

Do it in the first session, unless the client has a pressing issue which overrides this

T & T each statement individually

T & T each group of statements collectively after treatment

I'm strong in all of these areas now

Treat by continuously tapping on the karate chop point, while saying three times:

I deeply and completely accept myself even if ....(statement)

( T & T : Test & Treat as needed)

Self-Image Self-image statements (being): I like myself I am a good person I do have personal value and worth I do deserve good things in life I do deserve to be loved I do deserve God‘s love I do have a good mind I do have a good body Embracing life: I do want to live I do want to be happy I do love myself

Self-image statements (being):

I like myself

I am a good person

I do have personal value and worth

I do deserve good things in life

I do deserve to be loved

I do deserve God‘s love

I do have a good mind

I do have a good body

Embracing life:

I do want to live

I do want to be happy

I do love myself

Self-Confidence Self-confidence statements (doing): I am good at things I am a capable person I can learn to do what I want and do it well I have good talents, skills and abilities I have a skillful mind I have a skillful body I run my life well

Self-confidence statements (doing):

I am good at things

I am a capable person

I can learn to do what I want and do it well

I have good talents, skills and abilities

I have a skillful mind

I have a skillful body

I run my life well

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We help you defeat addiction and change unconscious beliefs using several holistic therapy modalities, including energy medicine and energy psychology.
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