Episode 6.10 Dawson Church And Jake Linnell
January 13th, 2016
Dawson Church, PhD, is an award-winning author whose best-selling book “The Genie in you Genes” has been hailed by reviewers as a breakthrough in our understanding of the link between emotions and genetics. He founded the National Institute for Integrative Healthcare to study and implement promising evidence-based psychological and medical techniques. His groundbreaking research has been published in prestigious scientific journals. He is the editor of Energy Psychology: Theory, Research, & Treatment – a peer-reviewed professional journal – a blogger for the Huffington Post, and a reviewer for the APA’s Mental Health Mobile Phone Application Review Database. He shares how to apply the breakthroughs of energy psychology to health and athletic performance through EFT Universe, one of the largest alternative medicine sites on the web.In 2008, the National Institute for Integrative Healthcare initiated the Veterans Stress Project, a clearinghouse to connect veterans suffering from PTSD with energy therapists. Over 10,000 veterans and family members have received counseling through the Project, and Church has twice been invited to testify before US Congressional committees on his work. Church is the former president of The Family Connection, one of 53 nonprofits named as “Points of Light” by President Bill Clinton, and is also a member of the Transformational Leadership Council. Books on which he has worked have won over two dozen awards, including Best Health Book (Independent Press Awards) and Best Science Book (USA Booknews Awards). He has been quoted in USA Today, CNN, BBC, the Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Chronicle, Parenting, and many other national media.
Visit the links below to learn more about Dawson’s work in EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques), his Humanitarian efforts, and his infamous laugh…
Jake Linnell may not be a name familiar to you and if you run his name through a search engine you might not find much. That’s because Jake spent 12 years in China and things are just different there. His 12 years began when he left for The People’s Republic of China in Februrary of 2004. Before all that, Jake found his path being a Chef. Jake would tell you that his mouth is the one thing that would always get him in trouble which is why he lost his first job and wasn’t always appreciated for his opinions. When he found himself no longer able to pursue his career as a chef, someone recommended he teach English in China. You can discover more about this fascinating journey by listening to his podcast co-hosted by Nate Maughan. You can find it at http://www.12yearsinchina.com
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