EFT—typically used in conjunction with one or more of the following: Bowen Technique, Mindfulness, Stress Management Techniques and NLP.
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EFT was derived from TFT (Though Field Therapy) by Gary Craig. It is a psychological version of acupressure, incorporating methods from applied kinesiology and ancient Chinese medicine. Such therapies recognise the existence of an inherent energy factor within all of us, which is responsible of our overall health. This is the electrical/energetic blueprint known as the meridian system. Please visit www.emofree.com for more information.
Fears, phobias, cravings, addictions, pain, stress & panic attacks, negative emotions, bad habits, trauma & fatigue.
EFT allows the individual to be relieved from emotional pain without having to re-live an experience or event. Improvement is often noticeable within the first session (especially in the case of cravings & addictions), after which your therapist will provide you with ‘homework’ and coping mechanisms. One to three sessions is usually sufficient, although this is not always the case.
EFT works on the understanding that the cause of all negative emotions is a disruption in the body’s energy system. The energy system can be re-balanced through tapping on the key points of each meridian.
The client remains fully clothed and seated. After establishing the issue to be worked upon, a sequence of meridian points (you may know these as acupressure points) on the body, are tapped with the fingertips.
Length of Sessions: 60 - 90 minutes.
Days and times available are variable so please check with the therapist.
Price per session: £40—£60 depending on length of session.
Members of CPSG receive £10 off their first session. Please mention this when booking.