I was intensively trained and certified by world-renown EFT practitioner and trainer Deborah Lindsey who first trained with the original training program with EFT founder Gary Craig in 2000 and certified through Gary Craig's approved provider Patricia Carrington.

What is the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT)?

Tapping provides relief from chronic pain, emotional problems, disorders, addictions, phobias, post traumatic stress disorder, and physical diseases. While Tapping is newly set to revolutionize the field of health and wellness, the healing concepts that it’s based upon have been in practice in Eastern medicine for over 5,000 years.

Like acupuncture and acupressure, Tapping is a set of techniques which utilize the body’s energy meridian points. You can stimulate these meridian points by tapping on them with your fingertips – literally tapping into your body’s own energy and healing power. EFT is a form of Acupressure using the same energy meridians to treat physical and emotional ailments used for over 5000 years, but without the invasiveness of needles. Instead, simple tappings with fingertips is used while you mention the specific problem paired with positive statements.  You can use EFT to remove negative emotions, heal unexplained physical pain, and years of unresolved issues.

EFT is optional and an alternative method used only with your implicit permission, comfort and support.  The tools to use EFT will be thoroughly explained to offer you the option to use this on your own. 

Finding the Right Tapping Points The tapping points, and their abbreviations, are explained below. They are a representation of some of the tapping points that are used. 

Top of the Head (TH)

1. Top of the Head (TH)
With fingers back-to-back down the center of the skull.

Eyebrow (EB)

2. Eyebrow (EB)
Just above and to one side of the nose, at the beginning of the eyebrow.

Side of the Eye (SE)3. Side of the Eye (SE)
On the bone bordering the outside corner of the eye.Under the Eye (UE)4. Under the Eye (UE)
On the bone under an eye about 1 inch below your pupil.Under the Nose (UN)5. Under the Nose (UN)
On the small area between the bottom of your nose and the top of your upper lip.Chin (Ch)6. Chin (Ch)
Midway between the point of your chin and the bottom of your lower lip. Even though it is not directly on the point of the chin, we call it the chin point because it is descriptive enough for people to understand easily.Collar Bone (CB)7. Collar Bone (CB)
The junction where the sternum (breastbone), collarbone and the first rib meet. This is a very important point and in acupuncture is referred to as K (kidney) 27. To locate it, first place your forefinger on the U-shaped notch at the top of the breastbone (about where a man would knot his tie). From the bottom of the U, move your forefinger down toward the navel 1 inch and then go to the left (or right) 1 inch. This point is referred to as Collar Bone even though it is not on the collarbone (or clavicle) per se.Under the Arm (UA)8. Under the Arm (UA)
On the side of the body, at a point even with the nipple (for men) or in the middle of the bra strap (for women). It is about 4 inches below the armpit.Wrists (WR)
9. Wrists (WR)
The last point is the inside of both wrists.


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