Jared Fletcher - son of the developer of Thought Pattern Management™

Jared IMG 3147TPM Europe guest trainer and Head of TPM USA

Jared's role in TPM's development and his first Wizard experience!

Q. How did your father Robert Fletcher, first introduce you to TPM? 

"When I was about 15 years old, I had a really bad headache and my Dad asked me what colour is it? I said it was dark blue with electrical bolts like a little Thunder storm. And he said   "What would happen if you changed it to a yellow colour and softened it?"

And I said "OK", and then he said, "Make the electricity fly out to a plug and let it go on its way". And Then he said at a slow gentle pace, "and take that softened cloud from your head and bring down the left side of your head and continue down through my chest, and down through my and down to your feet and put a tiny tiny hole in your toe and let it come out your toe".  The headache went away.  

Later on that day at School a girl was complaining of a headache and so I said, "Oh what colour is it ……...   I did same thing that Dad did and when it went out of her toe and her head ache had gone, she looked at me and asked if I was a wizard!  

That's what sparked my interest. It was easy, simple, fun and it worked. 


Q. Read how Jared helped confirm some key discoveries about how memory storage affects everything and the wide variety of client situations he works with. 

How Jared is continuing to share TPM wisdom with others 

As well as seeing clients, Im delighted to assist TPM Europe to provide continuous professional development and advanced trainings to practitioners. Fiona and I share the same believe that once you understand TPM principles and trust your intuition and the clues from the clients, there are limitless possibilities for what can be achieved with TPM.

I trained in NLP when I was 18 and earned a Bachelor of science in Psychology.  I worked as a dancer and choreographer along side seeing clients.  As Dad is stepping back from private practice I'm seeing more and more clients. I  primarily use TPM with and occasionally draw from my NLP training.  I also teach Zumba part time in Idaho.  

Q. You use intuition a lot?

Yes, Dad taught me to trust and rely on my intuition. This has served me well on many occasions brining healing to people including those who believed change wasn't  possible.    <Watch Jared explain more - to follow> 

Given my background in dance and theatre, I was naturally drawn to the kinaesthetic experience of life.  I used to get a feeling when dancing in complete unison with my parter that isa  similar to the experience to when I'm working with clients in deep rapport.  They don't even need to speak. My intuition would know what they were asking for without using words.  It's TPM practice, in that safe space, that gives permission for clients to heal clients at the level beneath language. 


Since then, there have been many occasions where my Dad would share with me techniques that he had discovered and we would explore things that he was curious about. e.g. When he stared to notice the eye jerks and recorded his whole eye chart and found where the difficult memories were stored in his field of vision. I then led him through the single memory clear up on each one of them.  The result was remarkable. Dad said he felt better and relaxed.  Interestingly there was a noticeable difference from his cheeks upwards. His skin had relaxed and lightened.

None of the content of those memories was shared, but they had a very definite positive effect on his body and on his emotional state.  This confirmed Dad's theory that the location of a memory is significant and it can cause problems if it is mis stored. 

I've been continuing the journey of discovery with TPM through exploring ideas with my Dad getting his feedback and and though practice with my own client.  When ever we got together we would should share the subtleties of TPM, He'd teach me look for the metaphors that provided clues to the patterns a client was running. These metaphors were like the pallet that you use with the tools of TPM to create the art of change.

With my own clients I have come across endless scenarios from PTSD to childhood memories and aches and pains. The source relating to the memory is runseen by the person but is very easily detected by a TPM practitioner. The clearing up of those memories can cause great relief.

Q. What kind of clients do you work with?

I work with clients in the USA to work with any kind of issue or desire.

Presenting situations might be anxiety, dealing with a past abuse, war veterans who were experiencing PTSD and not responding to other approaches.

Clients seeking more self fulfilment to be happier with themselves, loose weight, enhance self image, self esteem, self worth.

People experiencing mild to more severe depression, addictions, or pain.   I've also applied TPM to communicate with body and body systems for clients experiencing the following conditions: Candidas, phantom pain, strokes, severe headaches, morning sickness,

I believe that once you get an understanding of the clients model of how they are relating to the thing they want to change, and apply the TPM principles, anything is possible to change.