WHAT IS EFT?
EFT, Emotional Freedom Technique is a fast and efficient technique which aims at returning the mind and body to a harmonious state so that we are free of negative emotions. It involves tapping on various points of the body and saying certain words. It is like acupuncture without the needles, we tap with our fingers on various points on the body to release negative thoughts. We tap on the acupoints but we also say the words of whatever pain or negative emotion we are tapping out in order to clear it from the body and mind simultaneously.
It is a technique that can be taught quickly and is invaluable as a self help tool so that we can balance and remain free of unwanted emotions and pain. It is similar to talking therapy, but with a physical component that helps it go deeper and faster.
Studies have shown a 97% success rate in clinical trials.
EFT is used for a wide range of issues including:
Post Traumatic Stress
EFT combines stimulation of the ancient Chinese meridian energy system with modern Western talk therapy.
It begins with the assumption that the experience of negative emotions is the conscious awareness of disruptions in our subtle energy systems. EFT combines talking about a specific issue or emotion whilst tapping with the finger tips on key points on the body’s meridians to rebalance the energy.
Shifting energy changes the way our brains process information about a particular issue. So tapping while tuned in to the issue is like rewiring or re-routing the brain’s conditioned negative response. It changes both feelings and thinking.
Part of EFT’s appeal is that anyone can learn it and use it for themselves. Yet its simplicity is, in a sense, deceptive. For it lends itself both to this simple, effective self-help and to sophisticated depth work on complex issues with skilled and experienced therapists.
Therapists with no experience of EFT are often concerned that it does not provide insight. Those who use it frequently would argue exactly the opposite. It lends itself beautifully to reframes. Even better, once the emotional static has been removed from the system clients often make their own spontaneous reframes. It also lends itself to practitioners bringing to it the learning and skills they have from other places. NLP, hypnotic language, an understanding of reframing all particularly enrich EFT work.
EFT was founded by Gary Craig who devised three professional training levels for EFT. Whether you
If you would like to watch EFT in use, then you can see videos of Gary Craig on YouTube, with Gary using EFT on a range of physical and emotional problems.
EFT PRACTITIONER TRAINING
EFT INTERNATIONAL (EFTi) ACCREDITED
Becoming An EFT Practitioner
Who Should Attend these Courses?
EFT 1 - An Introduction to EFT Overview
EFT 2 - Practitioner Status Overview
EFT 3 - Advanced Practitioner Overview
This is an intensive two day training course that builds upon the knowledge gained in levels 1 and 2. Level 3 is geared toward helping students gain mastery in their ability to get results with EFT. It goes beyond the mechanical approaches taught at levels 1 and 2 and into intuitive EFT. Some of the techniques taught on this course I developed having worked as a healing tutor and coach for 20 years, I have combined my knowledge of healing, visualisation, chakras and working with serious illness.
REVIEWS FROM PAST STUDENTS
"Annie has taken me through my EFT practitioner training with so much care and attention. She has been really supportive and helpful all the way through my accreditation process.”
– Kate, Yoga Teacher
I took Annies EFT Practitioner Training at The College of Psychic Studies where I was training as a healer and have found I have been able to merge the two modalities into my practice with Annies help. I am now working in a cancer centre using the EFT and Healing.
– Lisa, Healer
I really enjoyed the training at Annie’s beautiful centre in the Cotswolds, there were like minded people on the training, we have all kept in touch and done our practise sessions together.
– Guillaume, Hypnotherapist