How I Went From Talk To TAP!
How does a mainstream Social Worker make the transition from being a talk therapist for 25 years to using TAP, or Tapping-Assisted Psychotherapy, as a primary mode of healing? Is it possible to speak “Energy” with a strong western, medical model accent and still be effective? In this talk, Sue will share her own journey, in which personal adversity led to her unlikely discovery of tapping as a powerful treatment tool.
Sue Cooperstock, MSW, RSW, spent the first 25 years of her professional career in hospital- then community-based mental health practice. In 2009 she was diagnosed with a rare, Stage IV cancer, and her life as she knew it was traumatically put on hold. Fortunately, her cancer has been stable for several years, and she is now a psychotherapist in private practice in Toronto. With the integration of TAP into her clinical work, Sue is more professionally fulfilled than ever before.