Sean Juhl Explains why Spring Air Filter Replacements Are Essential in Spring

SARASOTA, FL, UNITED STATES, August 21, 2018 / — Now that summer is upon us, a lot of people are noticing that their HVAC system is not working as well as it could have. They have last used it during the winter to warm their house and now hope to use it for cooling, but things don’t work as well. According to HVAC expert Sean Juhl, this is due to the fact that people should have their air filters replaced in springtime. Thankfully, it is never too late to do it, but spring is the ideal time to make sure their indoor environment is comfortable all year long. This is why he feels the need to highlight the three main benefits of replacing air filters each year in springtime.

1. Greater Efficiency

Sean Juhl explains that when air filters become dirty, the airflow from the AC starts to get restricted. This means that the unit has to work even harder in order to achieve comfortably cool temperatures. To do so, it requires more energy, making the unit itself far less efficient. If the filters are replaced regularly, and particularly in spring, the system will always be able to perform properly, thereby keeping energy bills down as well.

2. Fewer Allergens

According to Sean Juhl, air filters are there to stop pollutants such as bacteria and allergens from coming into the home. They effectively trap any of these contaminants, stopping them from getting through the HVAC system and into the home. When air filters are dirty, they are no longer able to do this. Because warmth is the perfect breeding ground for bacteria, it is vital to change air filters in spring, after they have collected all the particles when the system was used for heating. Doing so will instantly improve the quality of the air and stop spring and summer pollutants from making their way inside.

3. It Prevents Breakdowns

Last but not least, it is imperative to regularly clean air filters to ensure the HVAC system doesn’t break down. When filters get dirty, they collect debris and dust, which will eventually make its way into the internal components such as the ducts and coils. Over time, this will cause them to break down completely. At that point, people can expect expensive repairs. In fact, in some cases, the entire unit will need to be replaced.

As Sean Juhl has explained, it is essential to regularly change air filters on the HVAC system, which should simply be part of routine maintenance. While routine, it should also be seen as the main priority, as it will ensure the HVAC system can continue to operate properly and efficiently. He recommends people sign up for a regular maintenance contract with their local HVAC company so that they don’t have to worry about it anymore. Mainly, he recommends that people who, now that summer is here, find that their system doesn’t work as well as they would like it to, consider replacing their filters if they didn’t do so in spring.

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Ink is a unique retrospective about Chicano LA tattoo tradition, innovations and its social evolution as a cultural legacy to the world.

LONG BEACH, CA, USA, August 21, 2018 / — – The Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) presents INK: Stories on Skin, an international and historical perspective offering a twenty first century vision of the evolution of tattoo art production in Los Angeles and its impact throughout the world. Organized into nine different thematic sections, the exhibition, produced by the Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) and curated by Carlos Ortega, offers a broad view of the development of tattoos in different cultures in order and will go in-depth about the particularities of tattoo art in Southern California, the presence of the Navy in Long Beach, its technological innovations, the creative and symbolic contributions made by this means of expression, the role that Mexican Americans played in the development of a unique Chicano tattoo style, the impact within the community and the splendor of innovation and continuity expressed by their creators. 

With over 40 percent of millennials (and 20% of all adults) sporting tattoos, the art has gone mainstream and the internationally recognized Museum of Latin American Art is sure to highlight a myriad of stories as told by the art and artists themselves.
“If there is anything valuable for every human being or community, is the opportunity to see themselves reflected through their cultural contributions; objects that contain their history and identity. These contributions constitute an essential aspect of the collective soul. With INK Stories on Skin we present the richness and tradition of tattoo art and emphasize within a global context the importance of the legacy left by the artists and community that made it possible.” Lourdes Ramos
INK: Stories on Skin epitomizes what many of the population of adults in America sporting a tattoo have known all along: Tattoos have gone mainstream and that a small patch of blank skin is simply a blank canvas for a personal story. It is through a myriad of personal stories that six local artists will bring to the table for this both informative intro and retrospective of the art of the tattoo. Along with the discussions and MOLAA’s permanent collection, museum visitors will also experience on site live tattoo demonstrations by renowned tattoo artists including:

Mike Mahoney-August 26
Ivanna Belakova-September 8
Freddy Negrete-September 23
Nikko Hurtado-October 20
Kari Barba-November 10
Roxx-December 8

Ink Stories on Skin will shed light on how tattoo art is an integral part of the historical and cultural fabric the greater Los Angeles and that tattoo art is a relevant, multicultural art form, not just specific to Southern California, but throughout the world.

The Museum of Latin American Art is located at: 628 Alamitos Ave., Long Beach, Calif. 90802
. Hours: Sun., Wed., Fri. and Sat., 11:00am – 5:00pm, Thursday, 11:00am – 9:00pm
Admission: $10.00 General/ $7.00 Students (w/ID) and seniors (65+) Members and kids under 12 Free. Free Admission every Sunday sponsored by Target
Info: (562) 437-1689 or

About the Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) The internationally recognized Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) was founded in 1996 in Long Beach, California and serves the greater Los Angeles area. MOLAA is the only museum in the United States dedicated to modern and contemporary Latin American and Latino art. In 2007 MOLAA unveiled its newly renovated and expanded campus designed by prominent Mexican architect, Manuel Rosen. The expansion more than doubled the Museum's size adding a 15,000-square foot sculpture garden. In 2017, Dr. Lourdes Ramos became the first Latina to hold the position of President and CEO in the museum’s 20 plus year history.

With its physical expansion complete, MOLAA’s focus is on strengthening its collection, that now numbers over 1,600 works of art and maintaining its position as a multidisciplinary institution providing cross-cultural dialogue.
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Strengthening Our Democracy Through Government Transparency with RequestFOIA

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Nichol Figueiredo, President/CEO

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When citizens have access to information, they make informed decisions to strengthen their communities

FRAMINGHAM, MASSACHUSETTS, UNITED STATES, August 21, 2018 / — When citizens have access to detailed information about local, state and federal administrations, elected officials and government offices can be held accountable for their conduct of business and the services they provide to their constituents. When communities are educated and engaged, it strengthens our democracy. As citizens, we pay taxes that fund government programs and services; we should be able to see where our money is going, and where it benefits our communities.

Since 1967, the Freedom of Information Act has bestowed the public with the right to request access to official government records. However, a vast majority of people are unaware of the degree of access they have to government-generated documents and what information constitutes as a public record and is permissible for the general public to view. Public records are defined as documents or segments of information that are not considered confidential and generally pertain to the conduct of government; they are required by law to be kept and maintained in the public office where they were filed. Any material created by a government agency or an officer during the course of the performance of duty qualifies as a public record.

There are many degrees of accessibility to public records between states; each state has its own laws, rules and regulations regarding what is considered to be a public record. Obtaining public records can be extremely challenging. Many individuals do not know where to begin, what agencies to contact, or which laws and exemptions apply.

“In 2017, when the public records law in Massachusetts was updated, it became more stringent. This inspired me to begin researching how other states and the federal government responded to public records requests. My colleagues joined in my interest, and together we began researching how the laws varied from state to state and we began monitoring how the requests were processed from agency to agency. As you can understand, some are better than others. In our research, we have found that it is not unusual for a request to be delayed because it is unclear or that it may be overly redacted, concealing key information without explanation; or in extreme cases we saw requests completely ignored.

My colleagues and I built a streamlined process which applies to every federal, state, county and municipal request for public records, removing some of the challenges and actually retrieving the documents that requestors are seeking with,” said Nichol Figueiredo, President/CEO.

America can only be a strong nation when its citizens are engaged and informed. requestFOIA provides a gateway for individuals, law firms, higher education and businesses to request federal, state, county and local public records at affordable prices, cutting through the red tape.

At each level of service a public records expert will review the request and begin the process to obtain the requested records.

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We offer discounted pricing programs for individuals, professionals and organizations that wish to file multiple request or who would like a monthly subscription plan.

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What you need to know: sdi7 HIIT College Campus Safety & Self Defense Tips

Actions Conquer Tragedy. Lisa Tokes, the ultimate fighter.

All women and teen age girls should know how to fight back. Where and how to strike.

Schedule a sdi7 HIIT Safety and Self Defense Seminar

Rob Fletcher demonstrates self defense against an overhead knife attack

Back to school safety and self defense advice. Self Defense Expert Rob Fletcher creator of sdi7 HIIT shares some tips on how to protect yourself.

I hope the day never comes. Should it happen!?. I hope to hear you say; I listened. I learned. I applied. I survived. I got away. Thank you, sdi7 HIIT”

— Rob Fletcher – Creator sdi7 HIIT Safety & Self Defense

COLUMBUS, OHIO, UNITED STATES, August 21, 2018 / — Self Defense Expert Rob Fletcher offers some very valuable information to put you out of the category of being the perfect victim. 

What is a person's best self-defense?
 Prevention. Situational Awareness. Being an active participant in society. Paying attention and being aware of what is happening around you.

Is there a certain type an attacker looks for?
Yes. Those who appear they would give the least amount of resistance. Vulnerable ie appear lost, confused, depressed or possibly under the influence of alcohol. Those who travel alone. Not paying attention ie cell phones/earphones. 

If you are attacked what should someone do?  
First, what does the attacker want? Your purse, wallet, jewelry, cash. Those things you immediately handover, they are replaceable. You are not! Should it escalate from there ie the attacker says take me to your car, get in your car, or follow me? That's your sign to take action. The rule is you never go to a second location. Quickly take an aggressive action ie run, scream, yell. Fight Back! Use pepper spray or another weapon. I strongly encourage all women and teenage girls to have pepper spray. Know how to use it. And have it ready to go when in uncertain or questionable areas.

Explain the Mindset Zones? 
They are Red. Yellow. Gray and Green. 
Red – where you are paralyzed by fear and shutdown. Yellow – you are overcome with fear. Not knowing what to do or what action to take. Where or how to strike.  Gray is neutral, you immediately asses and decide on the action. Green is GO! Yell. Scream. Run. Fight back! Use pepper spray. Strike violently until you are able to get free.

What could a person do to prepare themselves now if they were to be attacked?
First, seriously ask yourself and your loved ones what would you do if you were attacked? You must have pre-meditated thoughts and actions to how you will react. What action you will take. Secondly, know where and how to strike. Practice simple yet very effective strikes that will take down a much stronger attacker. 

What would you consider the most effective self-defense that an unskilled person could use against a bigger and much stronger attacker?
Know the primary "target" areas (most vulnerable) and most effective strikes. In the sdi7 HIIT workout, the primary target areas are the eyes, nose, and groin. The secondary target areas are the top of the attacker's foot, ribs, throat, and ears.  Most effective "strikes" are the thumbs – thumb gouge/thumb strike. Fingers (spearhand strike). Palm. Elbows. Knee. Kick. Hammerfist.

"Personal Safety and Self Protection is a matter of prevention and awareness. Just as is your health, fitness and wellness. It’s consistent daily habits and behaviors to keep you safe. As in your health, you ignore this and suddenly you find yourself in a extremely bad situation. Live positive, healthy, fit, confident, strong & SAFE”.
…Rob Fletcher

Check out Rob’s blog for more advice and tips on College Campus Safety, Prevention, Awareness and Self Defense:

Rob Fletcher and the sdi7 Safety & Self Defense Program and sdi7 HIIT Workouts are available to colleges, universities, high schools, health clubs and fitness studios. For more information or for special guest appearances please email:

About Rob Fletcher

Rob is a Black belt, self-defense and fitness expert. He is the Creator of the sdi7 HIIT Workouts and the sdi7 Safety. Prevention. Awareness and Self Defense Program. He is listed in the Who's Who of Martial Arts. Author of America's Next Great Trainer Transform Your Life. For a full list of sdi7 HIIT Safety & Self Defense advice and tips and to get a full instructional video go to Instagram: @sdi7hiit 

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sdi7 HIIT Very valuable advice and tips along with self defense instruction. Where and how to strike.

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TCR Engineered T-Cell Therapy Status Report A Must Have Study for Academia and Pharma/Biotech Companies

TCR Engineered T-Cell Therapy 2018

TCR Engineered T-Cell Therapy 2018

Market Research Reports Inc.

Market Research Reports Inc.

The new report covers global companies like Adaptimmune, Bellicum Pharmaceuticals, Cell Medica, GlaxoSmithKline and 30+ companies.

Cell Medica has entered into an exclusive license and option agreement with UCL Business, the technology commercialisation company of UCL, for the dominant TCR platform patent and two target antigens.”

— LM

LEWES, DELAWARE, DELAWARE, UNITED STATES, August 21, 2018 / — T-Cell Receptors (TCR) and Chimeric Antigen Receptors (CAR) are the cutting edge of adoptive T-cell therapy. Both receptors deploy T-cells to target the tumor, but CAR T-cells (CAR-T) are limited to binding to cell surface antigens, while TCR T-cells (TCR-T) recognize peptides (derived from intracellular proteins) presented on the cell surface by the major histocompatibility complex (MHC) class I.

Adoptive T-cell therapy has come of age with the recent approvals of two CAR-T therapeutics targeting CD19 (Kymriah and Yescarta) demonstrating feasibility of clinical development with impressive results and of personalized manufacturing & logistics. It remains to be seen whether these autologous CAR-Ts will live up commercial expectations, as first quarter 2018 sales of Kymriah were far below expectations (only US$ 12 mln). The final prices of US$ 475,000 (Kymriah) and US$ 373,000 mln (Yescarta) are challenging the commercial viability of autologous CAR-T therapy. Allogeneic cell therapy might be one technological solution for the pricing problem.

While CAR-Ts performed very well for hematologic malignancies, they did less for solid tumors. Furthermore, CAR-T therapy is restricted to cell surface proteins which constitute about 20-25% of all available targets on a solid tumors, leaving nearly 80% of intracellular targets untapped by CAR-T therapy or by conventional antibody therapy.

The concept of TCR T-cell therapy actually predates CAR-Ts, but suffered a series of setbacks due to toxicity caused by cross-reactivity with related and unrelated peptides prompting the development of much more sophisticated specificity screening systems. But TCR-Ts are catching up as evidenced by ten different company-related TCR-Ts entering clinical development in the last two years and further nine in preparation of clinical trials. Significant deals between TCR-T companies and major Pharma/Biotech further underline the promise of TCR-T technologies.

In this new report "TCR Engineered T-Cell Therapy 2018: an industry analysis of technologies, pipelines, stakeholders & deals" brings you up-to-date and gives you answers to key questions about

>target discovery & selection,
>technologies for generation of TCRs,
>neoantigen-specific TCRs,
>off-the-shelf TCR-Ts,
>the TCR-T pipeline,
>manufacturing strategies,
>next generation TCR-Ts,
>key players,
>corporate strategy,
>deals and acquisitions and

The report can be acquired at at ( ). There you will find samples pages, a detailed Table of Contents, a list of Tables and of companies discussed in the report.

Browse more reports from our Pharma and Healthcare Category: Therapeutic , Drug Pipeline

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Fort Mill School District Welcomes Greater Charlotte Oral & Facial Surgery to Their Growing Community of Partnerships

FORT MILL, SC, UNITED STATES, August 21, 2018 / — Fort Mill School District has announced a three-year community partnership with Greater Charlotte Oral & Facial Surgery, a long-standing family of clinics with locations in Indian Land, Pineville and Steele Creek. In addition to providing support for the district’s middle school and high school athletic programs, the partnership will strive to drive engagement within the community by delivering educational resources to parents and students within the district.

"School sports are a vital part of every community," said Amir Marashi, MD, DDS, FACS, medical director of Greater Charlotte Oral & Facial Surgery and The Facial Center. "It's our honor to partner with the Fort Mill School District to enrich the athletic experience and provide direct access to board certified Oral and Maxillofacial surgeons and skincare experts."

As a strong supporter of education and interscholastic athletic programs, Greater Charlotte Oral & Facial Surgery plans to take advantage of custom opportunities to support the district’s needs. This includes recognizing their new community of student-athletes for all their hard work on and off the field. Official details and campaigns are scheduled to launch this fall.

“We are excited about this new partnership with Greater Charlotte Oral & Facial Surgery,” said Superintendent Dr. Chuck Epps. “Community support is key to the success of any school district and we want to thank them for their commitment and support of our district programs.”

With this investment, Fort Mill School District Athletics news and information will remain easily accessible through their district-wide, multi-media platform, It will continue to provide student-athletes, families and fans with content including: game and practice schedules, scores/results, team and program news, events, photos, videos and highlights all in one convenient location.

For more information about Fort Mill School District Athletics, and their partnerships, click here.

About Greater Charlotte Oral & Facial Surgery:

Greater Charlotte Oral & Facial Surgery is part of a family of clinics that includes The Facial Center in North Carolina and Mountain State Oral & Facial Surgery in West Virginia. The combined expertise creates a unique opportunity to provide patients with comprehensive care for all their oral and facial needs. Learn more at, or

About Fort Mill School District:

The Fort Mill School District’s commitment to its mission, “Children First…Every Day,” is at the heart of each decision made by staff, teachers, and trustees. Geographically, the district is one of the smallest in the state but has the fastest growing student population, serving more than 15,000 students in 16 schools. The district is one of the top performing districts in the state, based on performance data. Students score well above state and national averages on the SAT and ACT exams. Additionally, the district offers the opportunity to engage in rigorous coursework, with 17 AP courses available, and 84 percent of students scoring a 3, 4, or 5 on the AP exams. In 2018, the senior classes of Fort Mill and Nation Ford high schools earned a combined total of more than $31 million in scholarships. We balance our commitment to academics with a dedication to arts and athletics programming, creating well rounded students with varied interests.

About National Amateur Sports:

National Amateur Sports is a full-service sports marketing firm focused on growing amateur athletics programs. By leveraging technology, NAS eases administrative burdens and enriches the quality of school’s media assets. The improved platform drives traffic to their sites and attracts corporate sponsors eager to reach this valued demographic through targeted marketing campaigns and community good will. These partnerships generate much needed revenue for interscholastic sports.

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Life Coach Java Collins to be Featured on CUTV News Radio

TULSA, OKLAHOMA, UNITED STATES, August 21, 2018 / — In Jeremiah 29:11, God says “I know the plans I have for you.” It’s so easy to blame God instead of embracing Him. The weight takes us hostage, blinds us to our purpose, our passion, our identity, and causes us to struggle even more.

But here’s the beauty of God: God is omnipresent. He is everywhere. You don’t have to build the bridge to meet Him. You need only cross it and He will meet you where you are.

Java Collins is a life coach, speaker, educator, and an “intentional” woman of God. Java helps people navigate the changes that arise as we move through different levels of our spirituality.

“My passion is getting people on track for wholeness: whole in spirit, soul, and body,” says Java. “I know what it’s like to be caught in that state, spiritually and mentally, of not knowing where you belong. I understand the challenges. My goal is to get people to be transparent with themselves. Admit your failures, your doubts, admit that you have struggles, concerns and fears. You’ve got to be a yielded vessel to be a good steward of the gift God has given you.”

Java’s approach to healing is that God took her greatest shame and anointed her to minister to others in the very areas she had been hurt in.

“The areas that I’ve been healed allows me to identify with them,” says Java. “We’re going to go through the process of stripping away the old lies. It’s hard. It will produce raw feelings. You’re going to go through some emotions you never knew existed in your soul, but it’s crucial that we replace them with the truth, and it’s the truth about what God believes about you. We’ve got to fill you up with God’s truth so we can stand secure in His word and in His love.

Java says the more of God we take on, the more He takes us to another level, another depth of who He is, and He allows us to incorporate that into our bodies, our spirit and our souls.

“I am most proud of being alive and knowing that God loves me unconditionally,” says Java. “My identity is so wrapped in Him now, we’re in a partnership life. He has healed my broken heart and breathed life back into me. He can do the same for you.”

CUTV News Radio will feature Java Collins in an interview with Jim Masters on August 23rd at 3pm EDT.

Listen to the show on BlogTalkRadio.

If you have a question for our guest, call (347) 996-3389.

For more information on Java Collins, visit her Facebook Group Page

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Debra Silverman Astrology to be Featured on CUTV News Radio

BOULDER, COLORADO, UNITED STATES, August 21, 2018 / — Astrology is an ancient practice which is a combination of art and science based on the positioning of planets, stars, time of day, and the Earth’s orbit around the sun. Astrology has been discerningly used by spiritual gurus, politicians, celebrities, emperors, priests, and practitioners who are soul searching and seeking guidance. One particularly extraordinary individual is not only astutely providing people with remarkable astrological readings but helping them acquire the gifts to also carry on her legacy.

Debra Silverman is a highly regarded gifted astrologer for over forty years and the author of the book “The Missing Element.” She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology & Dance from York University and a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University.

“Astrology is the oldest science on earth effectively mastered through reading an individual’s psychological patterns,” says Debra. “It is an ingenious language to skillfully address who we authentically are and the reasons for our behavior, then ultimately helps us identify those issues and challenges weighing us down.”

Astrology essentially divulges answers to questions like the things in our psyche that constantly repeat themselves and what are some of the patterns we can’t get rid of relating to health, finances, relationships, anxiety and depression that may be plaguing us. The fact is there are many variations of psychological patterns that are repetitive and to figure out these patterns Debra simply executes an astrological chart that indicates the answers.

“Unlike psychic readings I don’t utilize astrology as a predictive tool it’s more of a personality assessment to reach your soul,” says Debra. “People sincerely and genuinely discover their own answers. They become enlightened and self -aware of their weaknesses and strengths because once they identify the pattern they can readily change it.”

Debra runs an intensive 6-12 week online course to become an expert astrologer. Students should really possess a naturally keen interest in people and includes thoroughly learning the 12 zodiac signs and personality traits. Thousands of people around the world have taken her classes and have embarked on money making gratifying careers.

“My goal is to promote and encourage happiness and health so people live the life they dream and imagine,” says Debra. “ I have the greatest job helping people facilitate their authentic self.”

But first you must recognize what unconsciously it is about your personality perpetuating negative thoughts that prevent you from obtaining your ambitions, goals, and desires. Astrology indicates the clues like a magical shortcut through life’s rigorous journey.

“This is an extremely mysterious, magical life that includes a cosmic and enormous vantage point brought to us by the stars and ancient wisdom,” says Debra. “If we acquire the big picture and focus it’s so much easier to accept the broken hearts we inevitably face. My job as an astrologer to keep igniting the fire in people encouraging them every day to give back the deepest affection to that which has graciously given you love.”

CUTV news will feature Debra Silverman in an interview with Jim Masters on Tuesday August 21st at 12 Noon EST.

Listen to the show on BlogTalkRadio.

If you have any questions for our guest, please call (347) 996-3389.

For more information on our guest please visit

Author: Beatrice Maria Centeno

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Energy Psychologist Mandi Freger to be Featured on CUTV News Radio

PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA, UNITED STATES, August 21, 2018 / — Autism now affects one in every 59 children and one in every 37 boys, making it one of the fastest-growing developmental disorders in the U.S. Caring for children with autism can take an enormous emotional toll on the rest of your life, and can be challenging with respect to with interactions with others. To care for a child with autism, get as much help as you can, as soon as you can. Early intervention can give your child the best chance of fulfilling his potential.

Mandi Freger is licensed professional counselor specializing in energy psychology, more specifically as it relates to autism and those caring for children with autism.

“We're missing an enormous piece with parents, caretakers, and the family systems of those who are diagnosed with and ASD,” says Mandi. “I realized I could do much more with energy psychology for caregivers and the family members who are caring for persons who are diagnosed with and ASD.”

While energy psychology is a relatively newer field when compared to traditional therapeutic methods, Mandi has been trained in energy psychology from the very beginning of her career. Her first clinical mentor was one of the worldwide pioneers in the field of energy psychology. As a result, energy psychology was the first clinical modality that she had experience with. As Mandi worked in other types of behavioral health facilities, she was surprised to find that no one else used energy psychology. For her, using energy psychology was a “no-brainer.”

“Traditional therapeutic methods were not as successful as I felt they could be,” recalls Mandi. “To not use energy psychology felt like a step backwards.”

At the same time, autism treatment had been starting to gain momentum in certain parts of the US.

“I was interviewing for the Director of Autism Services position in a hospital system which had later become affiliated with the Cleveland Clinic's Children's Hospital Center for Autism. My first week on the job I said, ‘Have you ever heard of energy psychology?’ They said, ‘The hardest part of this job is going to be leaving that at the door.’”

Caring for children with autism can quite intense; center-based programs like Mandi’s were for kids who had the most intense behaviors and couldn't be managed in a public school setting. As a result there was a high burnout rate among the staff.

“I could feel my staff’s energy levels being down one day,” recalls Mandi. “They said they were great performers at work, they loved what they did, but they said they were going home and they had a very hard time ‘keeping it all together.’ They're tired, they're drained. They can't function with their families.”

Energy psychology was totally off-limits with the approved protocol, but if she couldn’t use it with the kids, she could use it with the staff and families. The results were astounding.

“I can't tell you how many parents say, ‘When you’re doing work on me, my child’s behavior changes.’”

CUTV News Radio will feature Mandi Freger in an interview with Doug Llewelyn on August 23rd at 12pm EDT and with Jim Masters on August 30th at 12pm EDT.

Listen to the show on BlogTalkRadio. If you have a question for our guest, call (347) 996-3389.

For more information on Mandi Freger, visit

Lou Ceparano
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