Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT)

I am a fully qualified Emotional Freedom Technique practitioner and a member of AAMET (Association of the Advancement of Meridian Energy Techniques).

EFT, short for Emotional Freedom Techniques, was created by a Stanford engineer,  Gary Craig in the mid-nineties. Gary devised a simplified version of TFT (Thought Field Therapy) which made it very accessible to all.

EFT is based on a new discovery regarding the body’s subtle energies. In simple terms,  it is an emotional version of acupuncture without needles.  Instead,  you stimulate well established energy meridian points on your body by tapping on them with your fingertips. The process is easy to memorise and is portable so you can do it anywhere.  You can use it for the rest of your life to help with anything whether physical or emotional that is causing you anxiety or pain.

“I’ve been doing energy healing since 1991 and my jaw still drops at the results. I’ve lost count of the number of phobias, panic attacks, traumatic memories, guilt, grief and physical ailments that have been relieved (often in minutes) by this procedure. It even works where nothing else will.” Gary Craig, Founder of EFT

What is EFT? Emotional Freedom Technique is an amazingly effective treatment which involves gently tapping energy points {acupuncture points} around the body whilst the client thinks of their emotional or physical issues. EFT can help the body’s energy field by tapping while a specific traumatic memory is focused on,  often with amazing results.

Everything that has ever happened to us is stored somewhere in the body. Any negative emotions, stress or trauma we have experienced may manifest in turn in the form of an illness, emotional issues or physical pain or just something that holds us back.

EFT can address these issues stored in the body, releasing emotional pain as well as physical pain with sometimes breathtaking results. Other times it is a gradual peeling away of related issues with no less staggering results.

EFT has shown impressive improvement in the following:

   Post Traumatic Stress (PTSD)

After effects of war experiences, accidents and trauma

Nightmares, flashbacks, hypervigilance, depression

 Anxiety

 Dealing with terminal illness and end of life issues

 Fear of flying, heights, spiders, using the telephone, visiting the dentist

 Addictions

 Weight loss

 Pain

 Unpleasant memories

 Fear of Public Speaking

 Any emotionally based issue