The Emotion Code – What is It?

The Emotion Code is the simplest way to help get rid of your emotional baggage, helping you feel freer, happier and healthier!

A Book by Dr. Bradley Nelson

The Emotion Code technique was developed and refined by Dr. Bradley Nelson, a chiropractor who recognized that his patients’ physical discomforts often had emotional roots. Dr. Nelson introduced the concept of ‘trapped emotions’—negative energies that become lodged in the body during intense emotional events. As the body is composed of pure energy, these trapped emotions can exert a detrimental force over time, leading to pain, self-sabotage, emotional issues, and various health problems.
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A Healing Technique

As a Certified Emotion Code Practitioner, Susan is trained to help you identify and release trapped emotions. This process enhances your body’s natural balance, often resulting in the alleviation of emotional and physical ailments. The Emotion Code is non-invasive, safe, and requires minimal time and effort on your part. It is a cost-effective approach that doesn’t necessitate delving into the past. All discussions and discoveries during sessions are kept confidential. Sessions can be conducted in person or remotely.

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Animals Too

The Emotion Code techniques used are simple, non-invasive, and the results are transformative and life-changing for both animals and their human family.

Unlocking the power of the subconscious mind is critical to the wellness for people, and the same is true for animals. Unresolved emotions may be negatively impacting their health and well-being, and also their relationships with other animals and their human families. Even though animals can’t express their emotions verbally, their actions, reflected in behaviors like disobedience, skittishness, aggression, and barking, speak volumes about their emotional state.


Murphy had a Reiki Emotion Code session with Susan Haller. Murphy became so relaxed and cried when Susan left my house.  Thanks Susan Haller!