EFT stands for Emotional Freedom Techniques. It is used for reducing or eliminating worries, trauma, sadness, grief, anger or fears or worries. It is also used for reducing the painful feelings associated with childhood traumas and other traumatic situations. It is effective for improving performance in sports activities, music, academics, art, writing, acting, public speaking, sales, and more.*
This technique can eliminate or substantially reduce cravings or desire for food or cigarettes.*
I treated a woman who had a fear of snakes since she was a little girl. Her brothers had put a snake down the top of her swimming suit where she couldn’t get to it. She remembers running all the way back to her house crying. Although it was a harmless snake, she had been afraid of snakes all her life after that incident. She had trouble gardening or even taking walks in the park without thinking about whether snakes would be present. She is no longer afraid, however, after one session working with her using EFT. She is still respectful of snakes – EFT does not eliminate the memory or incident, only the emotional charge that accompanies it.*
I also treated a woman who was afraid of spiders. She didn’t remember the original incident which caused her to fear them, but with EFT it is not important to remember the original incident to eliminate the negative feelings. She too had had this fear her whole life. It was eliminated in one session*
I like to introduce EFT to all of my clients, as it is so helpful for most ailments and conditions. EFT is a wonderful addition to my hypnotherapy practice. The link below will show you examples of just some of the great success my clients and I have had with this remarkable technique:
*Disclaimer: There is no guarantee of specific results; individual results may vary.