In this week’s episode, I interview Pam Covarrubias and Maria Elena Perez to talk about a healing modality that many people still don’t know about but that is SO POWERFUL and can be incredibly helpful for those with trauma, and even everyday stress.
In this episode we talked about:
- What EFT, aka Tapping, is.
- Pam and Maria Elena explain its roots, the scient behind it and why it works.
- We all shared our stories of how we started using tapping.
- And we discussed why it’s so powerful for those with trauma and experience triggers.
- And we talked bout the safe ways to practice it and learn about it.
Links for Pam Covarrubias:
Links for Maria Elena Perez:
Pam is dynamically skilled as a Liberation Business Coach, EFT Practitioner, Podcaster, and Recovering Procrastinator. She primarily spends her time elevating first-generation business owners by helping them remove the shame around making money and connecting to their inner voice so they can create liberated business practices.
She dreams of co-creating a future where work supports everyone without glorifying productivity and by honoring our inner energy seasons. Pam’s approach is a dance between practical success strategy and intuitive personal discovery that helps humans stay true to their unique story as we decolonize business practices.
Pam’s goal is to remove the damages Calladita Culture™️ has instilled in first-generation humans in the United States. A topic she explores in her weekly podcast Cafe con Pam, staying quiet and submissive is not a stance she supports.
Pam guides her clients to honor their heritage while leveraging the resiliency they’ve built as they’ve navigated existing in two cultures.
Pam is grounded in the teachings of mother earth, her mother and grandmothers’ wisdom, as well as technically trained in Clinical EFT. She holds a Life Coaching Certification, Crystal Healing Practitioner Certification. Pam is also rooted in practical knowledge from her BFA, certificate in Women in Entrepreneurship by Cornell University, and additional business trainings she’s attended.
She is honored to have been named one of the best Latinx Podcast to listen to by Oprah in 2020 and 2021. When Pam isn’t guiding her clients to create liberated business models, you can find her drawing, getting lost in the woods with her partner David and dog Thor.
Maria Elena Pérez:
Maria Elena Pérez has 15 years of experience in social justice organizations, including ten years in executive leadership.
She is the founder of HealSana, LLC and an organizational consultant and trauma-informed healing practitioner with Strategies for Social Change.
Maria Elena worked at both local and national organizations including the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Justice, the National Institute for Reproductive Health, and Make the Road New York. During her career, she’s been a bilingual spokesperson on social and reproductive justice issues, led during critical leadership transitions, and has played key roles in facilitating organizational development and change management processes internally.
Maria Elena is also a Certified Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) Practitioner and works 1:1 and in group programs with women of color to heal generational patterns, wounds, and traumas.
A Licensed Master Social Worker in the State of New York, Maria Elena holds an M.S.W. from the City University of New York, Hunter College, and a B.S. from New York University. She is a first-generation Latina born to Dominican and Puerto Rican parents.
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