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We already help with Cancer patients deal with the effects and emotional issues, abused women and Tik addiction in Cape Town and with remedial classes at a Cape Town school. But more work is needed, not only in the towns and cities, but also the often-forgotten rural areas. We are happy to train helpers in their communities for free (unless they can contribute) and in whatever language is required. They may need to pay for travel and board, but we plan to travel to wherever is needed, once our more urgent funding requirements are taken care of.
Our short-term objectives are as follows:
- To train selected staff (selected by the organisation we partner with), such as women’s shelters, rape crisis centres, orphanages, and trauma centres, (to mention just some examples), literally at cost or even if needed at no charge to them. At cost is only R500 to train to Practitioner level per person.
- To offer worthy organisations a Practitioner FREE of charge for at least a trial period (say a 6 months’ Pilot scheme) if that is their preference, or as long as the organisation wishes and we can provide it. This depends on the locality of the organisation and where our nearest suitable, vetted, and approved practitioner resides.
We help organisations doing good work in their communities to be more effective,to be better equipped to help.
For example, we find that an abused woman is likely to get into a relationship with another abusive partner, children from broken homes are likely to become drug addicts unless the trauma is removed.
We can assist with gentle techniques that have been proven to work. Co-operation has the power to yield far greater results than competition, especially when it comes to much-needed services already competing for the little funding available out there.
Can You Help Make This Dream a Reality?
These are just two examples of our work:
EFT Helps Children with learning disabilities in South Africa – You can get from this video how EFT can help an abused child or a child who has witnessed horrors done to his mother or heard regular put-downs of emotional abuse.
EFT Rehab Training in South Africa (About our help with drug addiction with EFT). As you may know, a drug addicted man, whether it is an illegal drug or copious amounts of alcohol, can beat his wife and children, sometimes without even realizing the extent of the beating. And if you have ever talked to an alcoholic or heroin addict in the first few hours of withdrawal, you probably know how aggressive they can be. Imagine such a big man venting his rage on a defenceless women and her children…
Our vision is by the end of 2018 is to be the registered & approved training authority for these ground-breaking methods but to have these vital services accessible to all, not just those who can afford it. Amongst the group of people in need of our help are abused women and children.
Our vision is by the end of 2016 to have trained at least 60 new people who help those most in need, such as abused women and children, children from broken (or orphaned) homes, and people who have been through the trauma of rape (It is estimated that 30% of South African women experience rape), so that they can be totally free to live a full and productive life.
With good people such as yourselves giving back to the community where it is most needed we can do more to help.
“Give a man a fish and he can fish for a day. Teach him how to fish and he has food for life”
South Africa has many already well-trained professionals and community elders in a caring position looking after their communities, such as doctors, psychologists, physiotherapists, social workers, teachers, Imams, Priests, and Rabbis to name but a few. Our mission is to equip as many communities and community organisations with ground-breaking further tools, especially EFT, which has been proven to help remove the emotional blocks in the way of virtually total removal of the effects of rape (with the exception of HIV infection and some other irreversible physical damage, where EFT can help in management), removal of trauma, improving self-confidence, and children achieving their full potential despite some extreme challenges they may have gone through. For those for whom EFT is too much, the gentler Reiki can be applied, and we have EFT and Reiki angels out in the community already. And with your help, there can be even more people that we can reach and help.
We want to help, not only in the towns and cities, but also the often-forgotten rural areas. We are happy to train helpers in their communities for free (unless they can contribute) and in whatever language is required. They may need to pay for travel and board, but we plan to travel to wherever is needed, once our more urgent funding requirements are taken care of. In the meantime, we are approaching not only individuals but organisations who may have the infrastructure in place already to take their own community help top the next level. In particular, we are currently working on a project for abused women and children, as we have a waiting list of practitioners willing to donate their time for free.
The abused women we have helped individually are reluctant to be videoed, therefore we present you with research and similar activities from around the globe so that you can see the potential for your organisation
The Effect of EFT on Stress Biochemistry: A Randomized Controlled Trial
Neurophysiological Indicators of EFT Treatment of Post-Traumatic Stress
Video: “I was human trafficked, threatened, raped, beaten, trapped & now I am free” – Evidence that a properly trained EFT Practitioner can help more than a psychologist dabbling in EFT. Let us give your staff proper training or give you a fully trained EFT Practitioner.
Contact email@example.com to discuss further the options available to you. We can set up a meeting at our or your premises. If you can see our suggestions above as a good way forward, we can simply get a start now. Here are two suggestions how:
- * Accept a pilot study of an EFT Practitioner FREE of charge for at least a trial period (say a 6 months’ Pilot scheme), or as long as the organisation wishes and we can provide it. This depends on the locality of your premises and where our nearest suitable, vetted, and approved practitioner resides. After this pilot study, you can decide whether to keep the practitioner, and we can discuss together how we can fund this with ease, or we can simply shake hands and say goodbye. Remember, this is totally under your control. You are in the driving seat.
- * To train staff selected by your organisation literally at cost or whatever you can afford. At cost is only R500 to train to Practitioner level per person. Again, you may wish to do a pilot study where, for example, 5 staff are trained and 5 are not trained, in order to compare the results over a 3-month period. This helps you decide whether to take things further. It also provides both our organisations with evidence of the good work we have both done and encourage more abused women to seek EFT and your services. Or you can start with just one. Remember, this is under your control. We do not dictate to you how to best run your organisation. We just offer an extra booster to help you shine your light further! If of interest, simply make a bank transfer to: Account Holder:Energy Healers Association;
FNB Account Code:62339114902; Branch Code:203809; SWIFT Bank Code :FIRNZAJJ; First National Bank of South Africa (ZA). Then send proof of the transfer to firstname.lastname@example.org with Abused Women And Children Training in the subject header, and we will get back to you with all the dates, time, and all the other information you need. The courses are in total three days (staggered) in-house and approx 120 hours home work, including carefully supervised case studies.
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