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Would you like to know more about co-founder Joanne Cohen? Part 2

Joanne Cohen co-founder Bioenergy Treatmentcont….

Hi everyone, its me Joanne, here is the remaining part of the post about my case history. I hope it inspires you.

As I was saying in my last post at the time, I was travelling quite a lot with my career as an event co-ordinator, had also just moved in with my ‘husband to be’ and taken on (inherited) his 2 young daughters from his first marriage, who lived with us permanently. This was a shock to the system after living quite a ‘free spirit’ life during my teens and early 20s. Continue reading

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Case History – Child Depression and Dysgraphia Part 2

…continued. Here is part 2 we are inspired how William* overcome childhood depression. William was 11 years old when he started Bio Energy Treatment and undertook 16 sessions over 6 months.

Summary of Bio-Energy Treatment

Most of the treatment was to the cranium, with a particular emphasis to the right temporal. Due to the age of the client it was important to keep William occupied during treatment session by him bringing in things he was interested in so that we could develop a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere. We also incorporated some techniques of martial arts, which he took really well to. Continue reading

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Would you like to know more about co-founder Joanne Cohen? Part 1

Joanne Cohen co-founder Bioenergy Treatment

Hi everyone, it’s me Joanne Cohen, co-founder of RaphaYad Bioenergy Treatment.

I thought I would share with you a little bit about who I am and my case history. I am sure some of my case history will resonate with some of you. If so, I hope it gives you the confidence and encouragement, because if I can do it, so can you! Continue reading

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Case History – Child Depression and Dysgraphia Part 1

Here is another case history which is so inspiring to other people with depression. William* was 11 years old when he started treatment and undertook 16 sessions over 6 months.

Background

Child Depression. Dysgraphia (learning disability resulting from the difficulty in expressing thoughts in writing and graphing. It generally refers to extremely poor handwriting). Continue reading

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Standards of Excellence – Part 3

Article first published in CAM Magazine

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The niche

A niche market can mean the success or failure to develop and run a successful clinic. When you look at some of the most common treatment techniques you need to consider the advantage of it being a well known household name or not. On one level the familiarity is good, but as a practitioner it can work against you. Everyone of the same modality is your competition and they are preying on the same customers. So one has to consider if there is a saturation point, before determining if this modality can benefit from another practitioner in your local area. Continue reading

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Breathing Exercises Technique Notes

Breathing Technique

** IMPORTANT **

Please read before starting breathing exercises

  • Always try to approach the breathing exercises in a relaxed frame of mind.
  • If you are stressed, anxious or emotional allow the breath to calm and relax you. In particular utilise the technique, where possible, at the onset of a symptoms.
  • All techniques involves control with smooth in and out breathes. Continue reading
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Standards of Excellence – Part 2

Article first published in CAM Magazine

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A weekend is too short

Having been a RaphaYad Bioenergy Treatment teacher for as many years, one thing that has stood out to me from all the students I have worked with, and other practitioners I have met on the way, is that anyone can learn a new skill, but not many can put it into practical use, to develop a successful practice of their own. Continue reading

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