Boot Camp Test

1. Thought Field Therapy can be used as:
2. Thought Field Therapy Algorithm techniques:
3. When using Thought Field Therapy:
4. In the development of Thought Field Therapy, Dr. Callahan began with direct observation, then developed theoretical principles and concepts and continuously examined the results as he developed additional procedures.
5. Thought Field Therapy research is only anecdotal (word of month without scientific rigor):
6. Markers of change used in assessing the impact of Thought Field Therapy techniques include:
7. Use of the SUD in Thought Field Therapy:
8. Heart Rate Variability:
9. Algorithm protocols are used to address specific conditions such as:
10. In Callahan Techniques Thought Field Therapy, the order in which treatment points are tapped is:
11. A complete Thought Field Therapy Algorithm or Holon includes tapping on the major treatment points one time and doing the 9‐gamut series
12. Psychological Reversal is:
13. The success of corrections for Psychological Reversal techniques can only be recognized by use of muscle testing:
14. Once corrected, Psychological Reversal cannot return until the thought field or focus of work changes:
15. Mini Psychological Reversals:
16. Kinesiology muscle testing is:
17. When beginning with a new patient or client, you must always:
18. Which of the following is true when muscle testing:
19. All Psychological Reversal types have specific statements which can be tested with muscle testing:
20. With TFT diagnostic process, the number of treatment points which must be tapped in a holon is determined by:
21. A weak response to muscle testing indicates a need for corrective action in all of the following procedures except for:
22. In Causal Diagnosis all the test points are the same as their treatment points:
23. Treatment points can be stimulated by:
24. The need to do the Collarbone Breathing exercise may be indicated by:
25. Which of the following statements is not correct?
26. The floor to ceiling eye roll will often reduce a SUD level of two to a SUD level of one:
27. Which of the following is correct:
28. Toxic Sensitivity is different from allergies in that allergies are primarily concerned with the biochemistry of the body and Toxic Sensitivities are primarily concerned with the energy or informational systems of the body:
29. INDIVIDUAL ENERGY TOXINS can be identified by:

30. To completely neutralize a specific Individual Energy Toxin using Causal Diagnosis, you must use Psychological Reversal correction, Psychological Reversal correction level 2, Collarbone Breathing and Seven-Second treatments:
31. Valid surrogate testing requires:
32. Surrogate testing can be done with animals in the same way it is done for infant humans:
33. Algorithm and TFT Diagnosis have worked successfully with infants and animals.
34. Completion of this Boot Camp workshop entitles you to: