Stephen CarterStephen Carter is a Energy EFT Master Practitioner Trainer & EMO Practitioner Trainer in Ellicott City, Maryland, United States
Stress mastery and how to help others learn its power became an important part of my career while working in law enforcement.
As a police chief and law enforcement Maryland State wide trainer, I developed and taught officer survial and other training with stress mastery as a foundational life saving skill to thousands of law enforcement officials over a 13-year period.
After being named as the corporate security director for a major bank, I incorporated stress skills into the bank's robbery and kidnap training program. Thousands of employees and executives learned proven life saving strategies to successfully handle high-stress situations.
For the past 10-years, I have focused on helping people apply life changing stress mastery methods to improve health, success, and emotional well-being.
Clients include people facing serious illness and people choosing to achieve personal, professional, health, financial and relationship goals.
While the word "I" has been used serval times in this profile, my approach is best described as "We".
Partnerships are the best way forward for solving problems and advancing our lives. Working with clients is always done from a place of love, respect, and caring. Together, we are a team capable of achieving outcomes beyond what any one person alone can reach.
Education and Training:
My education includes a Master of Arts in Criminal Justice from the George Washington University in Washington D.C., and a BS from the University of Maryland.
In addition to the AMT qualifications, other certifications and training include:
- Thought Field Therapy (TFT) Certified Diagnostic Level Practitioner
- Quantum-Touch Instructor and Practitioner
- Neuro-Linguistic Programing (NLP) Master Practitioner
- Additional training includes Ericksonian Hypnosis, Meditation and Self-Hypnosis Instructor
Initial consultations are always free. You'll be listened to, cared about, and treated with respect.