What is EFT?

EFT stands for Emotional Freedom Techniques and is also referred to as Tapping, Energy Psychology and psychological acupressure.

Emotional Freedom Techniques was created in 1990 by Gary Craig. Like acupuncture and acupressure, it utilizes points along the body’s energy meridians – the “highways” or channels through which the body’s energy flows, according to Chinese medicine.

According to the theory behind EFT, activating these meridian points by tapping them with the fingertips helps restore the balance of energy in the body. In this way, the tapping technique can alleviate both emotional and physical issues.

The EFT methodology also draws from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and exposure therapy, by pairing the tapping with focused thoughts about a specific issue or trauma and works equally well with children and adults.

What can EFT help with?

EFT has been shown to help with eliminating fears & phobias, healing trauma, performance issues, physical; pain, migraines, anxiety, depression, relationships, illness and disease and much more.

What is a session like?

EFT sessions with me begin with a discussion to determine the issue to be addressed and what the client feels the ideal result will be. There is not set “formula” for EFT and sessions evolve as core issues are discovered and brought forward to heal. Sessions may also include multidimensional energy healing to assist the client in experiencing the most complete healing that their body, mind, and spirit will accept.


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