OK, so the first question has got to be what is (or what do I call) a healer?
Actually, this is a lot easier than it sounds.
People who visit a healer walk out feeling better than when they walked in.
I sometimes I hear (especially from sceptics) that people are being misled by the term "healing" as it suggests that the person will be "cured". When you go to a conventional doctor there is no GUARANTEE you will be cured, so I am unsure why people expect holistic healers to be any different.
You often hear the terms "alternative" medicine or "alternttive" healing. I actually disagree with these terms and the way they are used. We should concern ourselves with INTEGRATIVE medicine or INTEGRATIVE healing. There is absolutely, 101%, a place for conventional medicine in this world. If you get hit by a car, you need an orthopaedic surgeon to fix your shattered bones; if you get a serious infection, you need antibiotics; but how you deal with the trauma and the emotional recovery is where holistic techniques can come in.
ThetaHealing® in particular can also help with chronic conditions, emotional and relationship issues. It is non-invasive, non-confrontational and comes from a place of pure love.
As an example, let's consider a child that was repeatedly told they were worthless and they'd never achieve anything. What if it was possible to remove that belief and replace it with I can achieve everything? ThetaHealing® can do that.
Think about it for a moment... How can sticking pins in your body aleviate pain (acupuncture)? There are all sorts of alternatives to purely allopathic medicine.