Because sessions are done through telehealth (over the phone), our practitioners are available most hours of the day no matter where you are.
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JJ’s Approach to Healing
JJ found that working through the nonphysical issues was just as important as the physical issues. He’s realized how powerful his self-healing experience was and is able to help other first responders and people who have experienced trauma, like himself. He firmly believes anyone can and should learn self-testing techniques and is more than willing to teach his clients how to empower themselves to help the body heal itself.
Quantum Techniques Practitioner
JJ served for 36 years in the US Coast Guard as a Naval Engineer and first responder. As an experienced first responder in the Coast Guard, JJ has a first-hand perspective on the impact of trauma on health and how to help people heal. Trauma is a key component of all non-healing chronic issues and many acute issues experienced by the vast majority of our clients. JJ’s journey is unique: From military man to healer. He also has his Bachelor’s Degree in leadership and management. In 2018, JJ became certified in Quantum Techniques (QT).
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JJ’s Path to Healing
As a first responder to 6 major hurricanes, the 9/11 attack on New York City, and traveling the globe to over 56 countries to enforce laws and treaties, his career exposed him to many man made, environmental, and natural disasters. In addition to chemicals, vaccines, heavy metals, pollutants, etc., there were non-physical traumas which left a lasting impression on his mind and body.
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As a result, in 2008, JJ was diagnosed with numerous sleeping disorders including insomnia. Traditional approaches always treated the symptoms with medications. However, JJ was looking for alternative modalities to combat the cause. He was first introduced to QT in 2012 when stationed overseas, and thus began his journey towards true healing.
JJ was diagnosed with gout in 2012. Having an attack every three months lasting for almost a month at a time was not very pleasant. He began working remotely through QT and the attacks became less frequent and shorter in duration. He is on no medications and has not had a recurrence since 2016.