Eloisa Ramos, 1960-

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Eloisa Ramos

Eloisa C. Ramos was born in 1960 in Chamacuaro, a small rural farming community in central Mexico. She came to Northern California at the age of 7 and graduated in 1983 from Stanford University with a BA in Sociology. In 2002 it became clear to Eloisa that traditional Western medicine offered no permanent solution for two of her children with asthma and substance sensitivities (environmental illness). Something deep within her said, "There must be another way." In finding that "other way", she discovered many wonderful alternative healing aids of which EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) is her favorite. She received EFT-CC and EFT-ADV certificates of completion in EFT from Dr. Pat Carrington; Academic Certification from Gary Craig, EFTCert-I and EFTCert-II; upon Gary's retirement in 2010 she grandfathered her EFTCert-II with EFT Universe and Dawson Church as an EFT Expert Practitioner-2; and completed her EFT Master Certification with Dr. Silvia Hartman at the AMT (Association for Meridian and Energy Therapies). Prior to learning EFT, she worked with Reiki, Bach Flowers, Natural Healing (NH), Chi Gung and Tai Chi. She is also an avid student of A Course in Miracles and has combined her learning with her EFT practice and personal insights into her book: Beyond Self-Esteem: Discovering Your Boundless Self-worth. She has lived in Sonoma County since 1969, is married and has four children.

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