I get a lot of email from people who want to know where they can find a past life regression therapist to regress them.
Some are inspired by the description in Chapter Two of Children’s Past Live’s of what it’s like to experience a past life regression, or by the writings in other books of how past life regressions can give profound physical, emotional, and spiritual benefits.
Of course you can make an appointment with me, if you can travel to Philadelphia, PA (in the USA).
But if you can’t come to Philadelphia, you need to find an experienced and fully trained regression professional near you. There are trained and experienced past life regression therapists around the U.S.
I sometimes do consultations over the phone, but only for parents who need advice regarding their child’s past life memories.
Some conventional hypnotherapists are trained to do past life regressions and incorporate it into their regular practice. Ask around for recommendations to a good one, then talk to the hypnotherapist to see if he or she works with past lives. Because past life regression is still considered to be unorthodox by the medical establishment, some licensed therapists, psychologists, and psychiatrists who have experience doing past life regressions don’t talk about it unless asked. But that seems to be rapidly changing.
Do Your Homework
As with any healing art, the quality of the practitioner varies widely. Use the same care to find a past life therapist as you would to find a family doctor. Since there is no licensing or standard accreditation for past life regressionists, the field is wide open. Some are truly gifted healers; some are totally ineffective—or worse. When you get the name of people who offer past life regression in your community, talk to them first. Ask what experience and training they have.
Past Life Regression for Children
Past life regression with children is a very new field in the United States, and there are only a handful of therapists who work with children. If you feel that your child needs this type of therapy, contact me via email, and I will try to help you locate someone in your area, if I can. For the very young children with spontaneous memories, your best strategy may be simply to follow the recommendations in Children’s Past Lives. Contact Carol by email if you still have questions after reading the book, or want to discuss your case. Look at the page How to Share Cases for more suggestions.