Tap away the Emotional Blockages
Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) is a simple and effective therapy that helps to reduce and remove emotional blockages. By tapping gently on selected points whilst focusing on a problem, emotional blockages can be shifted, freeing the mind to be more creative and allowing the body to feel more energised.
Each round of EFT tapping takes about three minutes and, once learnt, is your supportive skill to use however and whenever you want. This makes it a very cost effective therapy.
Tapping is easy to learn, is quick to use and is extremely versatile, empowering the client and helping to give them more control over their emotional health and wellbeing.
Everyone can work at their own pace to create feelings of relaxation and calm, whilst allowing themselves the space to open their eyes to new perspectives.
Tapping has been successfully applied to a range of emotional situations. It can help clients to:
- Cope better with Anxiety
- Break bad habits
- Handle fear more effectively
- Cope with the damaging effects of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Cope with grief
- Manage anger
- Gain a new perspective on feelings of guilt
- Deal with upsetting memories
- Feel more confident in both everyday life and when faced with big life changes
- Cope with exam or pressure nerves
- Manage their experience of pain*
The list is endless but with something so quick, simple and effective, it is easy to see how it can so quickly become part of a heatlhy emotional lifestyle.
Having grown in popularity amongst health professionals in America, and having been used sucessfully with Army Veterans suffering from PTSD, Tapping is also gaining ground in this country as a very effective therapy tool in the battle against mental health issues.
During a consultation, we work with you to look at any issues you may have and show you how to apply EFT techniques yourself, to help to create balance, selfawareness and understanding so that you can move forward in a more positive way.
*EFT works on the emotional aspects of pain. For example, the frustration, fear and anger that can accompany it, not the physical cause. A GP should be consulted for any pain or illness that you experience.