NEW of Marin supports the business growth of its members through networking and education. Our members inspire, praise, teach, entertain and support one another. We share wisdom and make referrals to help members grow our businesses.
SAVE THE DATE! Sept 11th for
Suzanne Alfandari Therapist, Trainer will discuss “EFT TAPPING“ – Let nature heal your body, brain, and business
In this informative talk, the fabulous Suzanne Alfandari will give you a taste of some of the HUGE benefits of Emotional Freedom Technique also known as EFT. This powerful modality employs the use of tapping your fingers on 10 acupuncture meridian points, while repeating specific statements. These techniques help eliminate negative beliefs, accelerating the body’s natural ability to heal itself physically, mentally and emotionally. Over 100 clinical trials published in peer-reviewed medical and psychology journals clearly demonstrate that EFT is effective for:
• physical and emotional pain
• posttraumatic stress disorders
Additionally, EFT treatment can help people improve their business, athletic and artistic performance.
BIO: Suzanne Alfandari, M.S., is a California Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, who has been in private practice since 1997, spent over 15-years with Marin County Mental Health working with families and training staff in Motivational Interviewing (MI), and is a trainer with UC Davis Extension. She is a certified Expert EFT trainer and practitioner, and a contributing author to the book, Clinical EFT Handbook: A Definitive Resource for Practitioners, Scholars, Clinicians, and Researchers. Vol 1.
This is a NOT TO BE MISSED speaker!
Invite your female friends & business women!
NEW of Marin promotes the development of female entrepreneurs and is dedicated to:
- Maximizing women’s contribution to the local and global economy
- Giving our members public speaking opportunities
- Providing public acknowledgment by other members when we use each others products or services
- Supporting local charities that help the interests of young women in our community