Intention Tapping Practitioners
Greg Carpenter is an Intention-based Energy Process Mentor, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Performance Coach and Sound Therapist.
Greg received his Master of Divinity in Pastoral Psychology at Boston University. He completed a clinical internship at Boston University’s Albert V. Danielsen Institute for Psychotherapy. He also completed two years of post-graduate training at The Kantor Family Institute.
After discovering a passion for heart-centered connection and personal transformation, Greg expanded his talk therapy practice to include mind/body/spirit therapies and energy psychology.
Greg has trained in Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR), Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), Brainspotting (BSP) and Sound Therapy. This evolution led to further training and passion for the heart centered tapping of Simple Energy Techniques and Intention-based Energy Process (IEP) / Intention Tapping.
Greg also has a spiritual and theological background that aids in his sensitivity to the energetic, relational, and spiritual dimensions of transformation. He loves teaching, mentoring and working with clients to facilitate empowerment, personal growth and vitality.
Sue Hughes is a therapeutic coach currently based near London, UK. Having had a lifelong eating disorder, she is well-placed to help those stuck in the diet trap.
Sue fell ill with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome in 2009 and, as part of her full recovery, trained in NLP, EFT, Hypnotherapy and Life Coaching.
She has increasingly used Simple Energy Techniques (SET) and Provocative Energy Techniques (PET) in her work since she met and trained with Steve Wells and David Lake, and she is a PET practitioner.
Sue is very pleased to be part of the IEP / Intention Tapping ‘team’, having been using this wonderful technique since its inception, with clients and for her own personal development.
Sue’s professional background is as a musician, and she brings this experience to her therapeutic work. Weight, generalised stress and anxiety, self acceptance and performance issues are Sue’s forte. She works chiefly via Zoom.
As a therapist Andy specialises in working with people who feel as if their lives are being run by younger parts of themselves. These younger parts are still trying to use the survival strategies and patterns they adopted when they were growing up.
Sometimes their younger selves have been traumatised, bullied, criticised, neglected or abused. As adults they may struggle with relationships, shame, self-criticism and a host of other difficulties.
Andy helps people let go of those old responses, strategies and identities so they can be a more resourceful and integrated adult. As a therapist and trainer he specialises in using Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT), Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) and through this work developed the Identity Healing processes specifically for working with our troubled ‘younger selves’. As part of his own healing process he started to learn NLP in 2000 and then EFT in 2004.
Using these techniques consistently Andy began to notice profound shifts in his experience, including “Feeling much more at ease with myself than I had ever done before”. Having helped himself, he wanted to help other people, so trained to be a Master Practitioner and Trainer of NLP and a Level 3 Practitioner and Trainer of EFT. Andy is a member of the NLPtCA and EFT International. In 2015 he was introduced to Intention Energy Processes by Steve Wells and has been using them more or less continuously since then.
Dean of the Belgium Institute of Kinesiology (IBK) since 1986, Dominique’s work is as much emotional and metaphorical as physical and energetic.
In the Tapping World, Dominique is an EFT International (EFTi) practitioner, mentor and master trainer of trainers.
Dominique practices and teaches Kinesiology and Tapping in Belgium, Canada and several other European countries (face to face and by Zoom, and in 3 different languages).
Dominique says “IEP was a real discovery for me, and my enthusiasm brought me here today. I love this powerful and simple tool that any practitioner could add to their toolbox.”
“Ma langue maternelle est le français y my idioma favorito es el español.”
Shirley Lynn Martin
Shirley Lynn is an Intention Energy Process Mentor and Practitioner with Steve Wells as well as a Board Certified Coach (2012), trained with the Institute of Life Coach Training (2003).
She has practiced Reiki healing for over 20 years and has trained with several Reiki Master/Teachers and found her “spiritual home” in the lineage of Komyo Reiki Do, founder Huyakuten Inamoto Sensei, Kyoto, Japan (since 2008) and as a Gendai Ho Reiki Master/Teacher since 2005 with Doi Sensei.
She earned a Certificate in Conflict Management and Mediation at Conrad Grebel University College, 2009 alongside her studies with several lineages of Circle Training, from Restorative Circle Work, to Healing Circles to circle as ceremony and transformation.
Shirley Lynn also has trained with Fred Gallo, PhD in Advanced Practitioner in Energy Psychology, Levels 1-3, in Metaphors of Movement with Andy Austin, and Appreciative Way Leadership/Coaching for Transformation with Clergy Leadership Institute, Rob Voyle. She has also studied Core Transformations with Mark Andreas, Andreas NLP (2019). Shirley Lynn has trained in various subtle energy/biofeld healing therapies integrating energy, body and heart-mind flow and balance into her work.
In many ways, Shirley Lynn sees her ongoing training as an evolution of her Masters of Theological Studies (GCUC) and Masters of Divinity (Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary, 1995), though her current licensing remains with the Bancroft Centre for Spiritual Awakening (Ontario). For Shirley Lynn, it’s all about transforming what has derailed us and discovering our ‘wisdom’s way to peace’.
Dr Sue Marsden
Sue Marsden is a Palliative Medicine specialist living in Northland New Zealand. She moved into Palliative Medicine from Oncology about 30 years ago. Sue was fortunate that about the same time she met Elisabeth Kubler Ross which started a journey recognizing the critical importance of self-awareness in clinical practice. She became part of Elisabeth’s facilitating team in Australasia and went on to do similar workshops in South East Asia, Zimbabwe as well as Australasia and USA.
Sue was introduced to tapping by a colleague more than 20 years ago, initially with EFT and soon recognized its potential when working with people in palliative care towards the end of life. About 15 years ago Sue met Steve Wells and David Lake at one of their workshops in Sydney. From this dynamic duo she learnt their simpler version of tapping-SET. This she has found much easier to use both personally and with patients. More recently she found Steve’s IEP innovation exciting, again both personally and with patients.
In recent years it has been heartwarming to have tapping used more and more in hospice and palliative care in New Zealand. The interest and experience of nursing and medical colleagues allowing a team approach with patients using tapping has made this possible.
Sue continues to work in palliative care providing locum cover. She is keen to also offer sessions to people with loss and grief issues and those struggling to come to terms with health challenges either in person or online.
Alistair specialises in helping people to heal from childhood trauma, co-dependency and addiction and in empowering people to achieve success in their lives. He is passionate about supporting clients in breaking free from generational trauma. He has worked in some of the world’s most exclusive addiction treatment centres. He has been using EFT for over 20 years to enhance the other therapy. He runs transformational Survivors workshops for healing childhood trauma for 11 years so far, and combines this therapy with SET and IEP, inner child work and Matrix Re-imprinting to support deeper healing and change. He specialises in using Energy based methods such as IEP, SET. He has also been teaching and sharing healing for over 25 years.
His qualifications include an MSc in Addiction Counselling and Psychology, Post induction Therapy,(Pia Mellody’s model from the Meadows for healing and resolving developmental and childhood trauma) EFTMRA Trainer and advanced practitioner, Matrix Re-imprinting and many healing modalities , now focusing on Gaia Eternal Light healing and is a flower essence practitioner.
IEP has really helped me to transform myself more and I use it with all my clients. I am in recovery from addiction and co-dependency for 19 years too.
Lindsay Owen is an Intention-based energy process (IEP) practitioner, as well as a registered counsellor. Lindsay has worked with a diverse range of clients for the last 20 years, using counselling, EFT and IEP.
Lindsay specialises in working with abuse and complex PTSD survivors, she has extensive experience in working with addiction as well as helping clients with a wide range of issues, such as Anxiety, Depression, Grief, Low Self Esteem, Pain management, Chronic Fatigue, OCD and Eating Disorders.
Lindsay trained in Person-Centred counselling in 2003, then later went on to train in Gestalt Psychotherapy at the Gestalt Institute. Lindsay found EFT in the early 2000s, and it calmed her lifelong anxiety, and she has been tapping ever since.
Lindsay was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia in 2007, and EFT was so effective for her she chose to officially train in EFT.
Lindsay worked with torture survivors with complex PTSD at Freedom from Torture using EFT and IEP combined with her extensive counselling skills to help clients move through issues that they believed they could never work through.
Lindsay works with compassion driven by her own challenges and her experience of working with extreme issues and she provides a unique blend of insight, skill and heart to create a safe environment for healing.
Diane Adderley lives near Manchester in the UK. She has been in private practice as a psychotherapist for over 20 years (registered with the UKCP) and sees clients both online and in her consulting room. She works as a therapist, life coach, supervisor and organisational trainer.
Diane began her working life as an actor and musician before naturally graduating to the creative, action-oriented modality of psychodrama psychotherapy. As she loves learning new skills, she went on to add trainings in Person-centred Counselling, NLP, Gestalt, Brainspotting and EFT to her toolbox, before meeting Steve Wells and enjoying his simpler method of IEP/SET, which she finds more approachable for clients to learn and put into practice themselves and can produce remarkable results.
Diane works with adult clients who are trying to manage their energy and resilience while dealing with life’s struggles. These may be personal and/or professional situations, the impact on present-day living of historical issues (such as childhood trauma), or specific present-day concerns (for instance, work-based conflict, family relationships, bereavement etc.). She sees IEP/SET tapping as an excellent way of approaching confidence-building, developing insight, self-acceptance and understanding, by working through all aspects of her clients’ concerns. She explores with her clients not only the individual situation, but also the systems (such as family, social, cultural, religious) within which such concerns may arise.
Diane believes strongly in a holistic and relational approach. She feels deeply privileged to hear her clients’ stories, while maintaining her belief that we can heal and achieve our own personal goals.