A little about Kristen...
My name is Kristen Hough, I'm a certified Emotion Code practitioner and a mother of 5. I live outside of Boston with my husband, kids, and Cobberdog, Daisy. I have my Masters in Special Education and in my prior life, I taught preschool and was a home service provider for students on the autism spectrum. I have always been passionate about helping people, and practicing The Emotion Code is a chance to help on a deeper level; it can get to the root of the emotional and physical pain caused by, well... life!
I started this journey when my well-being and happiness started to take a back seat to my stress and anxiety. My nutritionist recommended reading The Emotion Code book, and although I was skeptical at first, the more I read the more intrigued I became. The testimonials in the book showed significant changes in the lives of these people, and I figured it wouldn't hurt to try it! I finished the book from start to finish in one day (thank you jury duty!) and began practicing my muscle testing. I quickly realized that this was as simple as it sounded, and wanted to see what it could do for my life. I started working with an EC practitioner to help my stress levels and relationships, and after 3 sessions, I felt a shift in my energy. I felt lighter, calmer, and more grounded. As my sessions continued, it was easier for me to find joy and many of my triggers started disappearing. My neck pain went away and I finally felt like myself!
I became certified in The Emotion Code to help normalize energy healing and share this method with as many people as I can. Adults, children, and animals may benefit from The Emotion Code and can give us the opportunity to help ourselves and our family members.
The Emotion Code has changed my life, and I am excited to be given this opportunity to help others on their path to healing, and ultimately, living with an open heart. Let's lighten the load of emotional baggage together and see where it can take you! Book a free consult.
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