I discovered EFT tapping in 2010 and after using it extensively on myself, trained and qualified as an AAMET certified EFT Practitioner in 2017. My intention is to share this wonderful tool and help others experience release from emotional issues. Since qualifying I have helped people with issues such as fear of flying, phobias, trauma from road accidents and violent crime as well as emotional and physical pain.
Sometimes described as acupuncture without needles, an EFT treatment involves the use of fingertips rather than needles to tap on the end points of energy meridians that are situated just beneath the surface of the skin. The treatment is non-invasive and works on the ethos of making change as simple and as pain free as possible.
AAMET International is a unique, not-for-profit global association of dedicated EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) practitioners, trainers and students. We hold our members to the highest standards of EFT practice, and all must engage in annual professional development activities, undergo supervision and mentoring, and uphold a comprehensive code of conduct and ethics.
Modern day life is challenging, so many things trigger us into a fear or stress response. We are not truly under threat but our brains and bodies react as if we were. When we tap, a calming signal is sent to the part of the brain that controls the fight or flight response (the amygdala). It’s like turning down a dimmer switch on the stress. In fact, a research study showed that a 1 hour tapping session generated a 24% reduction in cortisol levels.
Racing heart, feeling weak or dizzy, a sense of terror or impending doom or loss of control. It can be really frightening when it happens and it can stop you from doing the things you love or hold you back from starting something new.
Isn't it time to do something about it? Contact me to see how I can help you.
- It's a positive, proactive experience
- it often works where nothing else seems to
- It's usually rapid and provides long lasting relief from symptoms.
- You can learn to do it yourself
- No drugs or equipment needed
Below is a list of issues people commonly turn to EFT for:
- fears and phobias
- pain management
- panic attacks
- anger management
- weight loss
It is important to note that EFT is a complementary therapy and therefore should be used alongside medical advice. If you suffer from any of the above, be sure to speak to your doctor. You should also advise your EFT practitioner if you are undergoing any other form of therapy or medication.
Another consideration to keep in mind is that while EFT does tackle emotional concerns, it should not be used in place of mental health treatment. For some, EFT will not be suitable. Be sure to tell your doctor/mental health practitioner before starting any new therapies.