How to help your child sleep & heal anxiety – Emotional Freedom Technique @Vitality Living College

Occupational therapist Reena Singh reveals how Dr. Rangana Rupavi Choudhuri’s (Ph.D.) Emotional Freedom Techniques courses helped her in healing children with sleep and anxiety challenges. To become a certified EFT practitioner yourself, learn EFT here:

“I work with special children, mainly autism. I’ve been using EFT with kids and I’m seeing great results. I’ve had kids where they’ve had issues like constipation, or they had issues with respect to sleep, they had anxiety. Most of the time, it’s the parent’s projection onto the kid, and when I work with the parents I get huge results. The issues get resolved because we’ve been working on those emotions which kept those issues in place”. Reena Singh, Occupational Therapist.

Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) has been clinically proven and is used by millions worldwide. It reduces depression, anxiety, traumatic stress, phobias, pain, cravings, negativity (anger, sadness, grief, fear, hurt, and guilt), and past stressful memories, thus enabling health, happiness, and vitality.

Vitality Living College offers training to become professionally certified as a Practitioner, Counsellor, Coach, or Therapist in:

● Emotional Freedom Techniques
● Breakthrough Coaching
● Life Coaching & Hypnosis
● Neuro-linguistic Programming
● Timeline Technology
● Inner Child Matrix
● Limitless living
● The Journey Healing

Those who become professionally qualified can make a difference in the lives of others and earn a living. 

The training results in positive transformations in health, career, finances, and relationships and can also be used for personal development, spiritual growth, and self-healing.

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