Emotional Freedom Technique [EFT]
Remove emotional pain quickly – with a technique you can do yourself, one that you can learn in just minutes!
With skilled guidance, you can not only remove emotional pain quickly, but also remove physical pain quickly.
EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) is a short-term therapy, with clients reporting almost instant improvement. Some report full recovery from emotional and physical pain within three sessions. EFT is also helpful for removing the cravings of addictions such as alcohol and drugs.
Susan Quinn has been integrating EFT with EMDR and uses this combinations with children, adolescents and couples.
“I teach EFT to all my clients, even children,” says Susan Quinn, “because I think it’s a wonderful tool for managing anxiety and other emotions. The most amazing thing about EFT is that even in times when unexpected emotions arise, such as fear or anxiety, a person has a toolbox to use and knows how to reduce their fear.”
It doesn’t matter whether your goal is to remove emotional pain quickly or remove physical pain quickly. The short-term therapy of EFT can bring relief from phobias, depression, grief, rape, natural disasters, crime, childhood sexual abuse, post traumatic stress and more.
“The beliefs that have the most power are unconscious, so they have to be carefully teased out,” Susan Quinn says. “But these techniques provide tangible relief from the time they’re tried for most people.”
Read about What is EFT? here.
How to Do EFT
Emotional Freedom Therapy was developed by Gary Craig, who simplified Roger Callahan’s revolutionary Thought Field Therapy (TFT). A TFT therapist follows complex tapping sequences (protocols) for numerous symptoms. By contrast, EFT taps on the same meridian points on the face and body for every problem.
EFT tapping works directly on the energy points (meridian system) of the body. Like acupuncture, relief comes in part from stimulating the meridians. But instead of needles, the person’s meridians are tapped with the fingers. Whether EFT is performed by a therapist or self-applied, over 80% of people achieve either noticeable improvement or complete cessation of the problem.