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Have you always wanted to manage your emotions and take control of your life? Simona can help you achieve your goal through FasterEFT. Whether you are stressed at work or at home, trying to cope with a chronic illness or with past abuse, or struggling with grief and loss, know that there is help and you can help yourself to get better and be in control of your life. Simona is a level III FasterEFT practitioner and has a lot of experience working with people like you, wanting to set themselves free from emotional turmoil and take their lives into their own hands. She is also a teacher, with many years of experience behind her - from gymnasium kids to College students and adults. She is passionate about communicating and helping people. "FasterEFT is a methodology developed by Robert G. Smith after many years of studying and working with thousands of people. It is a collection of new cutting-edge techniques and processes that integrates the most effective elements of EFT, NLP, spiritual understanding, science and the mind's great ability to transform itself. One of the greatest aspects in FasterEFT is that it is fast, direct and to the point. It has a healthy and logical belief system that is easily accepted. With this great mix of understandings, FasterEFT can quickly transform how you represent your past, shift your emotional disruptions and restore your physical health. FasterEFT is the New EFT (Emotionally Focused Transformations) on the fast track. It addresses the entire mind/body system which includes what you think and how you process your thoughts, along with the body's response. It is a self-empowering system that gives you control over your past, present and your future. It will show you how to design and transform your life right now." - Robert G. Smith
I'm a certified teacher with 12 years of experience, including five years as a staff developer for Mathematics. Prior to this, I was involved with various disciplines, including experimental science as a Biology major at MIT, cognitive psychology as a doctoral candidate at Teachers College, Columbia University. These varied experiences help me to see the "new ways" that math is being taught (a.k.a. Common Core) through a unique lens. I live in New Rochelle, New York, with my husband, son, two exchange students, two cats, and an occasional AirBnB guest.
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