Treating PTSD with EFT

Returning home can require strength to face the fact that things are different and that you may be hurting or just plain numb. Many are home, yet missing in action.

It’s not only military men and women who can be home, yet missing in action. Many are stuck in life without the ability to change. But once negative blocks are out of the way anything is possible.

Goals that have always seemed out of reach are attainable when you find the tools that connect you with love, relationships, and your dreams again.

Chaplain Joe lets you know you are missing in action but still welcome at home. He offers real, genuine ways to put action alongside your prayers. No case is seen as too hard or without hope. I’m Home, Yet…Missing in Action is authentic and real. It offers words that can lead to liberation.

Ron Roberts

USN Vietnam Veteran

Chaplain Joe did a fantastic job relaying his experience in using the Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT, tapping) himself, and with others!!! Thank you, Chaplain Joe!!! He took a fairly difficult process and simplified it very well. Fabulous insight!  It is my hope that this resource is spread far and wide!!!

Lillian Maizer

"LCDR, USCG (ret)" "Trainer Level 1 & 2" "EFTU Certified" "EFTU Certified Expert Practitioner-2" "VSP Volunteer Research Coach"

What readers are saying:

Joseph Nosak is a brilliant writer in this book. I am very thankful I found this book, and I am thankful he wrote it.  This book helped me finally adjust after returning home from my third deployment. Everyone, especially veterans, can benefit from the EFT tapping method. Chaplain Nosak can help others come home from deployments.

Major Shane King

“This is a heartfelt well-written account of a possible journey. The testimonies can bring you to tears, give you hope, inspire laughter and point toward home. The practical application of EFT is based on the clinical model and is user friendly. It is liberating and life changing. I am grateful to Chaplain Joe who made himself avail- able while he was finding his way home. That being said, it is possible for anyone to follow those footsteps.

Patty Beal

R.N, B.S.N

About the book:

Joining the military is a willful choice. To protect what is loved and to fulfill the mission requires powerful intention. Once their military service is fulfilled, veterans may need that same powerful intention to return home.

Returning home can require strength to face the fact that things are different and that you may be hurting or just plain numb. Many are home, yet missing in action.

When you make the choice to feel again, your mind is capable of showing you the path home. In the process of returning home, it is important to find the path that works for you.

I’m Home … Yet Missing in Action offers an easy to follow path that has worked for thousands of others. It will challenge you to forgive others, forgive military policy, and most importantly, forgive yourself.

This path points toward transformation through faith (not religion) and provides guidance on applying the right tools, to the area that is hurting. Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) or tapping, is used by special operatives during debriefing and it is user-friendly. EFT can locate and remove subversive mental and emotional processes, reduce pain and eliminate fear. Your life’s picture can be beautiful and worth living again.

Chaplain Joe, M.Div., served in the United States Navy Seabees.

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Joseph A. Nosak

Joseph A. Nosak

Chaplain, served in the United States Navy Seabees

About the author

Joseph A. Nosak M.Div. served in the United States Navy Seabees. Seabee motto: the difficult we do at once, the impossible takes a little longer.  Apply this to coming home and emotional healing is possible, at some level, for anyone.

Nosak was deployed at the age of 55, by the Navy Reserve as a BU1 (builder) to help build schools. After returning from deployment, he admits, there was a part of him that did not re-engage with life. This was further complicated by a toxic understanding of religion. Somewhere along the way, I realized my misunderstanding of religion was hindering my ability to return home. Through grace, I was able to change, and the path home became much clearer. The tools and stories in this book are experiential and anecdotal in nature and hopefully, they will hasten your progress.

Chaplain Joe spent 40 years in the trades and knows how important it is to have perseverance, the right tool for the job, and how working with intention changes the outcome of the work environment. These life lessons carry over into his current mission of helping military brothers and sisters, who have the intention of coming home, choose the right tools, and focus on their purpose in life. The tools outlined in the book highlight: forgiveness, releasing personal judgment, friendship-building, and emotional freedom techniques (EFT). Through his and others military-life experiences, he provides a perspective, laser-focused, in order to aid other veterans in their journey; finding their way home and then a life of purpose.

Chaplain Joe has an A.A. in Practical Theology, from Christ for the Nations, a B.S. in Human Development from St. Gregorys University, an M.Div. in Military Chaplaincy from Regent University and an Honorable DD-214 from the US Navy.

Hello! My name is Chaplain Joe. I am here to get you home. Prepare to live!

Dr. Jim Richards

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