Robin Ellis, TFT-DX

Diagnostic Thought Field Therapy Practitioner

Robin Ellis, TFT-DX

Full Description

Robin Ellis TFTdx, BCMA Reg., MNHS Directory CAM. 11 years experience as TFT Practitioner and 9 years as an approved trainer in Callahan Techniques TFT Algorithms, Basics of Diagnosis, Advancement training in the diagnosis & treatment of Toxins.

I began my working career as a Management Trainee with the Reed Papermaking Group. After five years I moved into Sales within other companies and due to company take-over was eventually made redundant in 1969. This enforced life-change led me into starting my own Business in the design and manufacture of beautiful objects in wood which I successfully ran for thirty years.

During this time I was invited to join the Livery of the Worshipful Company of Turners and was appointed as an Assessor of Professional Turners.

By the early ‘90’s my interests were moving into the complementary field of healing.

Initially I was trained and then practiced for 11 years as a Traditional Thai Healing Masseur. Together with my wife Mary a Reiki Master, Teacher and Practitioner, we ran our home in the southeast Cambridgeshire countryside as a Residential Healing Retreat Centre for 12 years. During this time we treated and worked with many people, some of whom were experiencing a great deal of distress in their lives and were in need of patient positive care and understanding.

Over these years we also hosted a wide variety of Complementary and Alternative Workshops. Our present work in this capacity is focused on running both TFT Training Seminars and Reiki Attunement Classes at what is now Rumwood Therapy Centre.

With over 12 years of practice, I am one of the longest serving and most experienced TFT Practitioners and Trainers in the U.K. It is this experience that has enabled me to write my new Book – the first British TFT Guide for Professional Practitioners:

“Thought Field Therapy – The Definitive Guide for Successful Practice” contains all the knowledge and experience I have gained through my practice and training – as well as that gained through giving the precise, on-going support that is always needed by all TFT trainees as they begin their practice. The Guide also contains valuable insight written by my colleague Ian Graham through his experience of practice and training since 1996.

The Guide is recommended by Dr. Roger Callahan as “A valuable, clear path of application, troubleshooting and practice guidelines for all TFT Practitioners.”

And it is through my experience gained over the past 13 years that I realise the importance of limiting my Training Classes to no more than six trainees. This ensures that every student receives the essential personal attention that they need, and it also allows adequate time for all the necessary practice, the clarification of questions and open discussion within the class.