The Mind is the Wellspring of Wellbeing

'The secret of health for both mind and body is not to mourn for the past, worry about the future, or anticipate troubles, but to live in the present moment wisely and earnestly.' — Siddhartha Gautama, The Buddha

Pema Duddul (Dallas) is an experienced practitioner of Tibetan pressure point therapy and is certified in Thought Field Therapy and the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT tapping). He has a wholistic approach to supporting his clients to address disturbing emotional states and chronic physical conditions. In supporting others to recover and rebalance he uses meditation, visualisation, pressure point or acupressure therapy, EFT and other traditional Tibetan techniques. Pema is also completing postgraduate-level training as a counsellor as part of his role as Buddhist chaplain. Pema sees traditional methods such as acupressure and EFT as supportive therapies rather than as replacements for Western medicine or psychotherapy.

TFT and EFT are scientifically proven methods that are very similar to the traditional Tibetan healing method of Yuk Cho. When measured against the standards of the American Psychological Association’s requirements for 'empirically validated treatments' EFT is found to be an evidence-based practice for anxiety, depression, phobias, and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). To learn more about the evidence supporting TFT and EFT (and thus Yuk Cho) click HERE

To help his clients make beneficial change, Pema tailors his approach for each person, drawing on a potent blend of traditional Buddhist techniques (meditation, visualisation, pressure point therapy, breathing) and evidenced based techniques (counselling, TFT & EFT). He regularly leads workshops on overcoming disturbing emotional states such as anxiety and panic as well as offering one-on-one consultations. Pema provides his services to monastics and Buddhist masters for free and at low-cost for all others.

Initial consultations are $75 AUD. Follow up consults are $45 AUD.

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