I'll admit, I'm feeling a little disappointed here, and hoping you can help.
As some of you many know, I coach people with AF and am also on NB.
I was so delighted to have discovered this program, that I incorporated it as part of my practice.
I'm in the process of interviewing more NB practitioners to hear their perspectives and also to let potential clients learn more about NB and possibly choose someone with whom they resonate.
Plus it satisfies so much of my own curiosity about different aspects of this program - from digestion to diet to emotional patterns and so forth.
I have a lot of contact with people dealing with AF who need answers, need help. I coach on the side of energy, stress management, and teach tools for healing that are extremely helpful and have been a big part of my own journey.
But I'm not an NB practitioner.
And I like to be able to at least provide some reliable names to people.
But I keep seeing here and on the FB forum that people have experiences where practitioners are not returning calls, responding to emails; I've even had my own experience with this, and it is disappointing for someone who is not in the 4 lows (myself); when you are in the 4 lows, it can be crushing. And I hate to see people turning away from an otherwise amazing program.
I feel like I'm leading a crusade here. I want to be able to make people's introduction to NB just a little more welcoming (Dr. Wilson's site alone can be a bit difficult to get through). We thought this program was going to be unlike what we've all been through already.
I don't think I'm being unrealistic, and I've always largely taken my healing into my own hands, and teach and coach clients to do the same. But with my Htmas, etc. it does require the intervention and guidance of a practitioner, and so far I haven't come across even a handful that I can recommend to anyone.
Basically what I'm asking is who are some reliable, dependable practitioners? And who here has seen steady progress with their course?