EFT stands for Emotional Freedom Techniques, also known as “Tapping”. In this technique, you tap on specific meridian accupressure points in the body (the same points accupuncturists use) along with verbal statements that express what you’re feeling as you progress toward releasing negative emotions. It’s a powerful tool that can be used with a wide range of situations.
There are many forms of EFT. I was formally trained as a Level II ProEFT Practitioner. ProEFT stands for Progressive Emotional Freedom Technique. This theory uses the basic recipe of EFT and adds to it in a way that some believe makes the experience more effective. I continue to research the field of EFT and use a combination of EFT theories based on what I have found to be most promising.
This process is something you can learn with a practitioner and then practice on your own. The value in having a practitioner is the same value you find in employing a coach – someone who can support you by asking insightful questions, helping you identify and shift negative beliefs and behavior patterns, sharing another point of view, and providing encouragement, support, and accountability.
You may experience this technique as part of our coaching sessions together, or request sessions to practice EFT exclusively. Sessions are provided in person, via Skype or Google Hangout, or by telephone.
Contact me for a free consultation to see how we might work together using EFT .