EFT stands for emotional freedom technique. It is a powerful tool and so simple. EFT uses elements of cognitive psychology and oriental medicine. The simple definition is, it is an emotional or psychological version of acupressure. There are over 200 evidence based studies now proving the benefits and efficacy of EFT as a way to address issues like anxiety, depression, stress, weight loss, money issues, phobias, and so much more. NOTE: In evidence based studies a repeatable process must be used. This is what is called “Clinical EFT”. Because EFT is so easy to use and flexible, often times you will see variation in tapping points and styles. In order to have evidence based studies, clinical EFT was used in order to ensure the same technique was used every time.
Recently a new movie was produced illustrating the science behind EFT. Watch the trailer posted here and message me if you would like to know more or have access to the whole movie. I have also posted my video I share with new clients to give them some background before our first session and a visual of the tapping points.
Tapping or EFT has changed my life! EFT is powerful because you can use it yourself as well as with a practitioner. I continue to use it every day along with many other techniques and tools I use for myself and with clients.