Today we’d like to introduce you to Kelly Blakey.
Kelly, let’s start with your story. We’d love to hear how you got started and how the journey has been so far.
Hello! I have been in mental/behavioral health and have worked in a variety of capacities – from certified nursing assistant, behavioral health tech, foster parent, and social worker. I love what I do! I have been in this field for over 25 years. I hold a BA in psychology and a Masters in Social Work (MSW).
I have also been a therapeutic foster parent for teenage girls for the past 16 years. In recent years, I have been working primarily with Native American teenage girls. When these nice kids did not make progress in traditional weekly therapy, my heart led me to look to outside resources to help my new daughters. A few of them went to therapy weekly for years but did not see improvements as they were unwilling to discuss their traumas. I thought “how in the world can I help these girls, outside of my training and the traditional “talk therapy” that the state keeps sending them too”. Once I read Dr. Bradley’s book “The Emotion Code”, I was hooked. I read all I could on the topic and got certified in both the Emotion Code and Body Code – and as quickly as I could. I have now done over 4,500 sessions with people all over the world and with tremendous success.
Overall, has it been relatively smooth? If not, what were some of the struggles along the way?
It has not a very smooth road. The foster agency was initially not as open minded as I was and was concerned that I was “operating outside of my scope of practice”. Even though I assured them that I had completed all the required training hours, finished the practical exams and had documentation that I was now trained and certified to include the Emotion Code and Body Code in my scope of practice – they were not convinced. The agency was concerned about any legal ramifications so they told me I needed to write a paper explaining how the Emotion Code and Body Code worked. I had conviction and was so passionate about this work that I had no problem jumping through whatever hoops it would take to be able to work with my foster daughters to help improve their quality of life.
I did sessions on the TSS (Tribal Social Service) workers as well as the therapist and even the psychiatrist. This went very well and I was invited to speak out on the Sacaton Indian Reservation to nine case managers to share how this method can help the people in their community. My youngest foster daughter and I were also asked to present with Dr. Bradley at the 19th annual Native American Diabetes Conference in Mesa to give our testimonies! It was fantastic to see this group adopt and convert to new, better methods for these kids!
Please tell us about your work.
This is a form of energy healing. I can muscle test my clients to find out where blocked emotions, for example, are interfering with their ability to achieve their desired results. I work with clients primarily over the phone. We initially discuss what improvements they would like to see mentally, physically, emotionally, financially, or more. Then I connect via proxy (sometimes in person if they are local) and I ask the subconscious questions using the Emotion Code, Body Code, and various other resources as a guide. Then through focused intention/prayer, I can release the energetic blocks.
I specialize in anxiety/depression, traumas, relationship and communication struggles. This work is equally effective for any imbalance and I have helped people find relief in all areas physically, mentally, emotionally, spiritually, financially, etc. With my extensive training in behavioral health, I tend to call that my specialty. I am known for being someone easy to talk to, for my compassion and humor: this helps the client feel relaxed and comfortable. My clients just need to set back and allow their subconscious and myself do all of the work. That is what is so great about this form of work, the client is fully involved and present but doesn’t need to share all their trauma and exert a lot of energy.
I am most proud of the changes in myself, my family/foster children, and my clients. As we all grow to become more evolved/enlightened people, we have a healthier and more loving presence in this world. I am proud of helping people meet their goals, helping them get out of mental, emotional, and physical pain and helping people have hope in themselves and their futures.
What is “success” or “successful” for you?
I tend to look at success more in terms of personal and professional growth than financial growth. When I can learn from my mistakes – and take that new information and put that into practice to help myself and others – I think that growth is success. I think that progressing in life, improving one’s character, and achieving goals you are proud of our indicators of success. We are all learning and have different life paths/journeys and so success looks different for everyone.
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