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Case Study: An Angry Child by Joyce Waring
This is a case study of a little boy called Kieron who was 8 years old on his first treatment but progress to 9 by his second. His mummy is one of my yoga students and was very stressed when he was diagnosed as ADHD and an angry child. She, her daughter and partner, were regularly invited to family and friends but the invitation did not include Kieron as he was such a "naughty boy". He regularly came home from school with bad reports from teaching staff and was waiting to see a child psychologist. We kept the first treatment short, teaching him where to tap (using EFT)when he got really cross and this worked with good results.
On his second treatment we did Emotrance. I did not have to explain
anything to him, he knew exactly what I meant when I asked the
"where do you feel it in your body?" Kieron replied "In my head" and he
touched his temples with his eyes closed.
"how big is it?" Kieron replied by opening his arms as wide as they
would go and said "this big"
"What colour is it?" Kieron replied "RED"
"What does it feel like?" Kieron replied "it is throbbing and banging"
I did the usual treatment with him and it worked so quickly that even I
I asked him how he was feeling, he replied "It's gone"
I asked "Where has it gone?" he replied by bringing his hands/arms down
in front of his face and down the front of his body saying "Whoosh"
We did a few more experienced situations and every time he used ET the
release came quickly.
He then told me how he had just had his birthday and proceeded to show
me a "dynasaur" that shot small ball bearing balls. I was supposed to
have caught the ball but missed, leaving the ball to accidentally hit
the television. Normally this would have send him "off the rails" but
he kept very calm. As his mum was just outside I brought her in and
asked her to tell him off as in a normal situation. She kindly obliged
expecting real tantrums. Kieron just looked at me and smiled - not a
good thing to do when you are being told off - but this was with the
understanding that he now knew how to handle the situation. His mum
then left the room expecting me to "pick up the pieces". I asked the
above questions and got the same answers until I asked "How big is it?"
and the answer was now "MILES". Kieron dealt with the feeling using ET
He now comes home from school with letters from the staff saying "What
a lovely little boy" "How well behaved" "One of the cleverest little
boys in the whole class". His mum reports that he still has "tantrums"
but just as a normal child. She did not want a Zombie.
She would be pleased to recommend this treatment to everyone and had
given her name and address but she has since moved