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The EPT™ Approach

Emotional Polarity Technique or EPT™ for short  is truly the most empowering holistic healing therapy I have ever experienced. With over 30 years of clinical success, EPT™ steps outside the box of traditional talk therapy, prescription management.

Emotional Polarity Technique ™is a collaborative effort, a practical four step coaching process that accelerates healing and wellness at every level:

- Focus on the problem

- Find it (the root memory) with muscle testing

- Fix it (your body's response to the problem and root memory) 

- Transform at every level through healing forgiveness, acceptance, and fear release statements.

When you first arrive for your session, we will begin communicating the goals and some of the history for why you are seeking help. Once we have established our focus, I will muscle test your body to understand where you are emotionally and at what stage of healing you are in.

Throughout our sessions I will muscle test to discover the root issue and core emotion to heal. Utilizing magnets will neutralize your body's emotional response, and create specific statements for you to repeat, which will solidify your healing.

About Jolisa

I'm Jolisa Clare and it is my honor, gift, and blessing to help children and their families navigate through life's tough times including trauma and unresolved conflicts. 

Being the oldest of six children, a mother, step mother, and mimi to 7 grandchildren - I know a lot about family dynamics. While raising my family, I owned and operated a licensed daycare. My experience with children and their parents gives me a unique relationship to the struggles families face. I understand the challenges parents experience, both in their personal and professional lives.


My education, in addition to Emotional Polarity Technique™ certifications include: Expert Level Life Coach certification, Clinical Kinesiology certification (muscle testing), Youth Mental Health First Aid USA certification - providing help to young people experiencing mental health difficulties such as depression, anxiety disorders, and substance use disorders.

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