The Ceremony was held at Rwamagana Eastern Province.
The International Day of Reflection on the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda, marked with a commemoration to mark the 25th anniversary of the genocide.
April 7, 1994 marks the beginning of the genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda perpetrated by the Hutu extremist-led government. Within the following 100 days, more than 800,000 members of the Tutsi minority were systematically murdered. Moderate Hutu and others who opposed the killings were also killed during that period.
In 2003, the United Nations General Assembly officially proclaimed 7 April the International Day of Reflection on the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda.
Celestin Mitabu shares some pictures of the event below.
Please support our Thought Field Therapy (TFT) volunteers as they bring much-needed trauma relief to Rwandan prisoners, their families and staff—and make a significant contribution to the Rwandan genocide healing process.
Trauma not only affects our lives but also can affect and even limit the lives of our beloved pets. This story was sent in by one of our new practitioners.
While watching the training (Algorithm level online) you mentioned how the tapping works on animals and I was really eager to see its effect. I own 3 pets, and the third one is a female German Sheppard named Mika. She was my dog in my previous marriage and due to the fact I had the other 2 pets, I was hesitant to bring her to my new home.
The TFT Foundation is very grateful for the support of our international TFT Trainers and Practitioners. Leandro Percario, President Instituto TFT Brasil, has given continuously to the foundation and recently gave a
generous donation toward continuing our trauma relief work around the world.
Dr. Pegah Seidi, presenting a talk on (Northern Iraq).
Dr. Pegah Seidi, a lecturer and researcher at Garmian University in Kurdistan, began using TFT in 2018 after taking an online training in TFT provided by Suzanne Connolly. Dr. Seidi practiced TFT on relatives and friends and recently wrote” So, I’m already writing a case study with one of my colleagues in the UNC, where I have put my experiences of more than five years of using CBT, and the benefits of TFT as a better intervention for societies experienced war and political conflicts and low-income societies.” Dr. Seidi added, “I use TFT almost every day for my clients and students, and more and more people are asking me about this method every day.” Continue reading “TFT in Kurdistan”
My client is a 30-year-old female, a housewife and cares for her children and her brother who lives with her. Her life looks like a book by Emile Zola. She is the child of two drug addicts who did not take care of her during her childhood. Her first memories are those of her father heating heroin spoons before injections. Continue reading “The Trauma Rape and Abuse Can Be Healed”