We do not live in a vacuum. We are impacted by the issues others struggle with and vice versa.
The healing process is also not something that takes place independently of others. Often our fastest route to healing is by walking that journey with others.
Jondi Whitis has seen the impact of trauma on a community and the impact of a community on an individual’s trauma firsthand. She has worked with both the families of those directly impacted by the New Town shooting and also with veterans and veterans’ groups around the issue of PTSD.
In this interview she shares what she has learned from this work, what can be applied to our own healing process, and how we can reach out to others.
There is a great deal of wisdom to be learned from Jondi’s experiences. I encourage you to listen and take advantage of it.
Conversation with: Jondi Whitis
Jondi’s Contact: web @ EFT4Results.com;
About Jondi: Jondi Whitis is a certified EFT Master Trainer, Practitioner, Mentor and Board Member for AAMET International, delighting in creating practitioners of excellence. She’s passionately interested in refining and up-levelling core EFT skillsets, cutting-edge techniques, and training for practitioners and trainers worldwide, upholding the most thorough and professional EFT standards. She offers deeply personal, hands-on training to anyone interested in heart-centered healing, from children to teachers, parents to professionals, and for diverse communities worldwide, including veterans, Native Americans, teachers, healthcare professionals, and those who work with kids.
An ‘integration specialist’, Jondi enthusiastically guides each person to find authentic ways to integrate EFT into their purpose, professional practice and life. Join her in person, at the annual gathering just north of NYC, Spring Energy Event