Regression Therapy
Regression Therapy

Publications by EARTh members

JANUARY 2009

JANUARY 2009

I, THE CHANNEL

by Hans TenDam

We all use intuition. And we take it seriously. If not, we couldn’t be regression therapists. Many of our clients have intuitive experiences, many of our colleagues have intuitive experiences. Regression is an intuitive experience.

When people discover intuition, they discover things like automatic writing, giving or receiving readings or doing body scans, consulting oracles.

Anybody with any experience in this field knows that intuitive information is valid, whatever scientists may say. Intuitive information may be surprisingly right and to the point, often wonderfully succinct. Intuitive information is valid, but it is not reliable. Read more

NOVEMBER 2008

NOVEMBER 2008

HOMESICKNESS AND LOVE STORIES

by Hans TenDam

This time I don’t want to talk about how our profession is developing or how it may develop or should develop. I want to talk about something altogether different. I want to talk about what our profession is about.

I don’t want to talk about what witches do or might do or should do or shouldn’t do. I want to talk about the inside. The inside of the witches’ cauldron. About what is bubbling and stirring and stewing in there. About what is in the soul of our clients when they do sessions. About what is in our soul when we do sessions. Read more

JULY 2008

JULY 2008

THOUGHTS  ABOUT  QUALITY

by Hans TenDam

According to our Articles of Incorporation, EARTh wants “to improve and enlarge the professional application of regression therapy in Europe.” By “the development of professional standards.” Whatever these standards may be, many of them we share many with the helping professions in general and psychotherapists in particular. They are in our Code of Conduct.

But what about the quality of our work? What is good regression therapy? I guess we would all agree that good regression therapy gets good results and that it doesn’t take ages and loads of money and growing dependence on the therapist to get there. Good results means that we are effective. Getting there without undue delays, costs and complications means that we are efficient or, if you prefer that word, productive. Read more

MAY 2008

MAY 2008

TOWARDS RESEARCH

by Hans TenDam

The member survey showed members are interested to contribute to research. What kind of research do we need? What kind do we want? And what is practically doable? Research requires the kind of discipline not all therapists have.

What questions do we wish to answer? We could start with finding out how we are doing. So we need to find out what is the input, the throughput and the output of our work. Read more

APRIL 2008

APRIL 2008

by Hans TenDam

Dear fellow-members:

Elsewhere in this Newsletter you will find the results of the Member Survey, as tabulated and analyzed by Anita Groenendijk. The first element we as a Board have concluded from this, is the wish to have meetings between colleagues of the same country or region. Ulrich Kramer is involved in starting a German page in our website, which may become the meeting point for members in Germany, Switzerland and Austria. Sueli Simões will contact the Portuguese members, Anita Groenendijk will contact the Dutch members and Tulin Etyemez the Turkish members. We will procure contact persons in other countries to sound the need for more local contacts, by mail, by Skype meetings or in the flesh.

The Code of Conduct has been voted upon and has been accepted almost unanimously. It will become available at the website. New members will be asked to sign and send a copy to the secretariat before admittance. Existing members are asked to print the Code and send also a copy to the Secretariat. You have till May 15 to do that. Read more

MARCH 2008

MARCH 2008

MARKETING, PUBLIC RELATIONS AND WEARING WHITE COATS

By Hans TenDam

How should we present ourselves? To whom? And what for?

We would like that people who could benefit from our services, would find their way to us. So they should know what we do and trust what we do. And it would be nice if doctors and other therapists would refer suitable cases to us. May be it would also be nice if reimbursement possibilities that other therapies have, would be extended to us. It would bring in many more clients, though also less motivated clients than the ones we are getting now. Usually, at least. Read more

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