Helping Our Returning Vets

vets TFT Post traumatic Stress

Freedom R & R’s with Timeshares for Vets

Show your appreciation for our Veterans.

Generations of men and women in our Armed Forces have sacrificed for the good of America in ways most Americans can not imagine. The time away from their families is only the beginning. Many have willingly gone into harm’s way with honor and discipline because their country asked them to. Some have paid the ultimate sacrifice and given their lives for freedom, and still others come back wounded in ways I pray we will never experience.

All of their service allows you and me the opportunity to live our lives securely and without fear. America is the greatest country in the world because we are free, free to create the lives we choose for ourselves in the freedom secured by our Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, Airmen and Coast Guard.

Now we have the opportunity to serve those who have served us!

Timeshares for Vets Helps with Freedom R & R’s

The TFT Foundation (charitable arm for Thought Field Therapy), Callahan Techniques, Ltd. and organizations like the Columbia Basin Veterans Resource Coalition and The National Veterans Foundation, provide a free, much needed trauma stress relief retreat to our returning Veterans.

Selected veterans and their families will have the opportunity to relax and enjoy at a donated time share resort for one week. In addition to the time share, the veterans and their families will receive self-help materials for trauma, grief, anger and stress, along with access and support from a professional coach or mentor and trauma specialist who clearly understand the unique needs of Veterans. Read more

30 Years Of Thought Field Therapy

IMG_4534

This year we celebrate the 30 year anniversary of the discovery of a revolutionary form of healing, originally called Callahan Techniques and now commonly known as Thought Field Therapy (TFT). TFT was discovered and developed by California clinical psychologist, Dr. Roger Callahan.

The first person Dr. Roger Callahan treated with this method was Mary, a woman in her 40s who had a severe phobia of water. According to Mary and her relatives, she had had this phobia ever since she was an infant.

Water was so terrifying to Mary that she could not take baths in a full tub of water and was terrified every time it rained. She often had nightmares of water getting her. And, although she lived in California, she could not go to the beach, because the very sight of water caused her unbearable anxiety.

Dr. Callahan had been working with Mary using a wide variety of conventional psychotherapy techniques for a year and a half with very little progress. Even though he had tried every technique available at the time, all he had been able to do for her was get her to the point where she could sit on the edge of his swimming pool and reluctantly dangle her legs in the water. Even this filled her with anxiety. Read more

Overcoming Trauma – Paul’s Story.

Paul Harris took time out for this video to tell his story of how Thought Field Therapy has helped him overcome his trauma.

Paul know a few things about fear and trauma… a horrific auto accident in 1989 left him with burns to over 80% his body – and he was pronounced dead three times.

Paul tells his story of how the burns affected his life and how one of our TFT practitioners,  Chrissy Mayhew,  helped him get over 20 years of his post traumatic stress:

Stress Increases Risk of Dementia

Don't worry be happy - stress squeeze ball

A recent study done by the Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden, with 506 seniors (median age 82), found that those who were calm and easygoing were 50% less likely to develop dementia than those who were prone to anxiety and stress. (Hui-Xin Wang, PhD, research scientist, Aging Research Center, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden).

Daily use of Thought Field Therapy (TFT) can reduce anxiety, fears and stress whether related to trauma, economic fears or other life stressors.  TFT also can improve heart rate variability (HRV).

Not only does reducing phobic anxiety increase HRV  but it can also reduce the risk of dementia. (Kawachi, I. et al., 1995.  Decreased heart rate variability in men with phobic anxiety:  data from the Normative Aging Study.  American Journal of Cardiology, 75(14):882-885)

To learn more information and receive a free daily stress busting program, go to www.TFTRX.com

Creative Commons License photo credit: alonso_inostrosa

Whoopi Cured Of Fear Of Flying

Fear of flying is a phobia that most cannot afford to live with in this age of travel. Whoopi has long been known for her intense fear of flying and chose to conquer this phobia.

Virgin Atlantic offers a program called “Flying Without Fear” and Thought Field Therapy is used to help students overcome the fear of flying.

We are happy to offer a free guide to get you on the road to overcoming your fear of flying, or any other phobia that may be affecting your day-to-day life. Just sign up on the sidebar of our blog for immediate access.