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Part 2: Close-Up w/ Mary Stafford of Mind Body Therapies

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Life is too short to live in fear, distress, and anxiety. The paths we choose are often dictated by feelings deep within our soul. These feelings can ultimately limit the heights we can reach as individuals. With over 23 years experience, licensed professional counselor and founder of Mind Body Therapies Mary Stafford strives to help people achieve emotional freedom and overcome the limitations of the shaken mind.

The desire to help her fellow man led Mary to leave biochemistry, return to school, and earn her Master’s degree in Counseling to begin her extensive career actually making a difference in people’s lives. Utilizing Thought Field Therapy (TFT) and Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT), Mary is able to assist people of all ages facing a multitude of serious life obstacles including depression, addiction, stress, physical pain, post-traumatic disorder, phobias, and weight/health management to name a few.

“The beauty of Emotional Freedom Techniques is that anyone can learn it. Anyone can use it. I’m able to teach and train both professionals and individuals eager to learn the techniques that enable people to alleviate many issues without any adverse side effects.”

At www.mindbodytherapy.com, people can view all of the wonderful services that Mary offers. As an EFT master, Mary connects easily with people in order to instruct them on the various levels of EFT training. Strong word-of-mouth and memberships in the American Counselors Association, Arizona Counselors Association, and the Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology have genuinely helped Mary build an impressive client base.

For more information about Mary Stafford and Mind Body Therapies visit www.mindbodytherapy.com, email mstafford@mindbodytherapy.com, or call 520-575-1497.