Your EFT Sessions

Your in-person, phone, or Skype session will last 60 or 90 minutes. One session may be all you need to learn how to use EFT on your own issues. Or it may be the first of many sessions. Each session moves you closer to the person you want to be and the life you want. Changes in your outlook, motivation, and mood are usually immediately apparent. Chronic negative thoughts, such as “I’m not lovable,” can often be changed in a fraction of the time it takes using traditional modalities.

If you’re already skilled in the use of EFT but can’t make progress in a particular area, you will benefit from EFT sessions with me, an experienced practitioner.  Complex issues are notoriously difficult to overcome on your own.  I can help unravel and heal the different aspects. Tapping, though easy to learn and often very effective without much effort, can also be used for the painful, stubborn issues.  Contact me if you want to chat about how I might be able to help you with your issue.


But what is EFT?

Emotional Freedom Techniques was created in the mid-90s by Gary Craig. He modified another meridian tapping technique called Thought Field Therapy (TFT) and made it much simpler and accessible to everyone. EFT utilizes the same energy meridians as does acupuncture and therefore has 5,000 years of healing experiences behind it.

Blockages in this energy system create the conditions that result in physical illness, emotional pain, and negative thinking. EFT uses tapping with fingertips on a dozen or less acupressure points on the face, torso, and hands. When we tap, we are causing the energy in the meridians that run through our bodies to move more freely. This unblocks the blocks and produces emotional and physical healing.

Science is now showing us what happens in the brain when we tap. This confirms what we already knew — EFT is a relaxer and healer, right at our fingertips. Though it might look silly, the positive results of tapping are often quick and lasting. One can’t argue with results and with EFT these are usually exceptional.