Harley Street Doctor

Dr Malcolm Van den Burg was very calm and reassuring, very professional. And I immediately saw a human side of him when I entered; he received a client call and just momentarily let his guard down. The complete opposite of all the small men and women with big pretences I had seen before (in the NHS, and some I have seen privately several years back). He did not even listen to my chest, which I knew would have been a pointless exercise, just my story, and made a phonecall to the chest consultant whom we saw the next day. It gives me great pleasure to call him Doctor because he is one in more than just name – no faux-medico-babble from him, just themedical care we were paying to get, and faster than we expected to get it.I tapped on all the above. There remains onemore thing to tap on, which I will reserve for the next posting, due to the Generalization Effect, where the effects of tappingon the biggest event generalizes over the whole series of related events. Basically, when he hit Michelle with the expectedcost of the tests, I sat there in absolute shocked silence at how relatively little it was and how many times in my life Iactually had that money available to me. My partner had that amount last year too and could have given it to me. If itwasn’t for a large business mistake last year, I would have been able to pay it myself without blinking. So why did I not dothis earlier? Because I got too used to being a victim, ie: All doctors were bad to me, all were going to abuse me, I was adoctor’s victim and things were never going to change. This is something that I treat my clients for, clients who havesurvived years of childhood abuse. And all along, I was suffering from the same syndrome, albeit in another way! How mad isthat?So anyway, we were also in the reception room upstairs while Michelle paid the bill, and we got talking about EFT,EMDR, and TFT. He seems to like using EMDR and was talking about research into EFT and EMDR. I explained how I pay specialattention to the eye roll in the 9-Gamut on the advice from one of my students, who is a psychotherapist, EMDR and now also EFTpractitioner; how this has taken my EFT practice even further, especially where trauma is concerned. Michelle said afterwardsthat he’s a pretty switched on doc (she was delighted in his interest in EFT too) and after reading his credentials and hisexperience on his website, I am indeed delighted to have gone there.When you have a chronic physical condition, anything that either emotionally or physically has a negative impact on you can make the condition worse. EFT is one way of throwing away the emotional rubbish collecting in your system. In the same way that we dispose of our household rubbish regularly for home cleanliness and hygiene, I use EFT to dispose of negative emotions for my optimal physical health. — EFT with Me, Suzanne Zacharia, Practitioner — Disclaimer – You are advised to consult with your medical practitioner before embarking on any course of alternative, complementary, or beauty therapy. Our use of systems that are trademarked or have a registered trademark represents our views and not necessarily those of the trademark owners.Thank you for reading this post and your patience with some of the database corruption from when the site went down once. And please share with someone who needs it 🙂