Sarah Chana Radcliffe
Sarah Chana Radcliffe is a certified Bach Flower Practitioner. Sarah Chana Radcliffe holds a master’s of education in psychology and is a registered member of the College of Psychologists of Ontario. She has a private practice in marital, family and individual counselling and has been conducting parenting workshops, lectures and seminars locally and internationally for more than 25 years. Sarah Chana Radcliffe lives in Toronto with her husband and six children.
Sarah ChanaÂ’s articles and comments appear in numerous print and on-line journals, including The Toronto Sun, The National Post, The Calgary Herald, TodayÂ’s Parent, TodayÂ’s Kids, Canadian Parent, urbanmoms.ca, Canada.com, CARP.ca, and more. She has been a guest on radio and TV shows across Canada.
She worked as a
- coordinator and parent educator for the Learning Disabilities Clinic of the Toronto Wellesley Hospital for many years.
- A researcher in developmental psychology at the Metropolitan Toronto School Board and at the Institute of Child Study, U of T.
Sarah Chana Radcliffe’s Contribution in the world of Flower Therapies
Raise Your Kids Without Raising Your Voice this book refers throughout to the use of Bach Flower Therapy in helping children and parents resolve emotional distress. She has written five books on Jewish family life, as well as numerous periodical articles, and appears regularly in the broadcast media as a parenting expert.
In her private practice she uses Bach Flower Therapy, along with professional psychological counselling when appropriate, to help adults and children reduce stress, fears, low moods, anger, insecurity, trauma, stubbornness, panic, phobias, nervousness and any other troubled emotion.
Sarah Chana Radcliffe Books and Articles
She wrote books which have been acclaimed all over the world.
- Smooth sailing: Navigating life’s challenges
- Raise Your Kids Without Raising Your Voice
- The Positive – Negative Ratio
- Love: It’:s All in the Ratio
- Stopping Lashon Hara
- Cultivating Kindness
- Judging Others Favorably
- Instilling Humility in Children
- The Art of Positive Reinforcement
- The Positive – Negative Ratio
- The Parenting Game
Bach flower therapy is a type of homeopathic aromatherapy developed in the 1930s by British physician Edward Bach (1886-1936). Edward Bach located 38 flowering plants and trees which balanced specific negative emotions and formulated them into dilute homeopathic mixtures. A Bach Flower Remedy consists of water that has been patterned with the energetic vibrations. The Remedy is added to a cup of water (or other beverage) 4 times a day. Its purpose is to restore emotional harmony.
Bach Flower Therapy is a form of energy medicine that can be used in conjunction with traditional counselling. Bach Flower Therapy offers an alternative to psychotropic medication in the treatment of daily stress, mild to moderate mood concerns, fears and anxieties and other emotional issues.
The Bach Flower Essences are safe,non-toxic and do not interact with any other form of treatment. These are manufactured under strict guidelines for safety and purity (GMP) which are established by the World Health Organization and are available in 66 countries worldwide.
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