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Jun 24, 2011
By Holly Steflik, Carol Stanton and Robert Donnan, CBPs
Dr. John Veltheim delivered a scintillating keynote address to 165 psychologists and other therapists at the American Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology (ACEP) conference on Friday evening, June 3, in Reston, VA.
As many of these practitioners had never even heard of BodyTalk's approach to consciousness-based healing, Dr. Veltheim's remarks generated a huge wave of interest. Following his presentation, and throughout the rest of the weekend conference, the BodyTalk display booth attracted a steady throng of conference attendees from all over the world.
Many asked in-depth questions and sought information about practitioners in their geographic area. Others expressed interest in taking the Access Class and Modules 1&2. They appear to be keen both to refer their clients and to experience a session for themselves. Don’t be surprised if you get a call from a local psychologist or counselor who is looking for a CBP!
Other keynote speakers at the conference included psychologist and medical anthropologist Alberto Villoldo, physicist Claude Swanson, and researcher Lynne McTaggart, best-selling author of The Field, The Intention Experiment, and The Bond.
Holly Steflik and Carol Stanton, CBPs from Chapel Hill, North Carolina, manned the BodyTalk display booth throughout the weekend, tapping out their visitors' cortices and passing along information about how to integrate BodyTalk into an existing psychotherapy practice. One therapist who has been practicing and teaching the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) for 10 years says she now has a better grasp about the quantum possibilities that BodyTalk offers as a more comprehensive system.
The BodyTalk booth at ACEP was a shared project organized by a group of IBA staff and members who had a vision of showing psychologists how to integrate BodyTalk into their professional practices. The IBA provided promotional materials, including a large banner; informational DVDs; cortices cards; information about Access, Mindscape, and Breakthrough; and even a special brochure created for integrating the BodyTalk System into a psychology practice. Overall, these marketing materials went out to over 400 people.
We are excited to witness this emerging collaboration of BodyTalk and the psychology world. In fact, we are already looking forward to next year's ACEP Conference in San Diego!
-- Holly Steflik, Carol Stanton and Robert Donnan, CBPs