What does it mean to “meet a client where they are at”? Learn how principles in Carl Rogers’ person-centered therapy applies to EFT.Read More
Category: EFT Strategies
An Innovative Approach To Working With Children
This article explains how I utilised a children’s book, to support a young client dealing with anxieties heightened by grief.Read More
The Navigator And Driver Metaphor For Effective EFT Work – Part 1
Newcomers to EFT can find so many free or cheap resources available online to tap along to. It begs the question: Why hire a practitioner?
For simple issues, EFT shared in off the shelf resources might be effective and low cost. But what about approaching knotty, multi-layered problems that are unique to the individual? These cheap resources, at best, skim the surface. At worst they make it look like EFT doesn’t work.
This article explores what qualified, trained practitioners versed in the Art of Delivery offer.
How to find the “gold nugget aspect” to improve your results with EFT
EFT works best when we focus on something specific, such as something that happened in the past (a memory) or something that might happen in the future. We can be even more effective and specific if we ask ourselves “what part or aspect of this event is my mind focusing on the most?” and include that information in the phrases we use while tapping.Read More
Preparing to Work with an EFT Practitioner
This article is aimed at the client, who may well be new to EFT and mind body therapies, and provides some thought provoking points for consideration. There is a brief introduction to mind body therapies then a list of suggested questions that the prospective EFT client might ask themselves prior to their first appointment. These questions aim to firmly link both physical and emotional symptoms together in the mind of the client, the answers should hopefully provide the therapist with some high quality common themes to get the treatment process off to a flying start.Read More
How to Test Your Tapping Through Your Energy Field – A ‘Convincer’ for Newbies
Lots of people store trauma images in their energy field, outside the body , although they may not realise it. Asking the right question opens such an image to spontaneously test their tapping results.Read More
Visualisation as Measures of Progress
The importance of visualisation Subjective Units of Distress (SUDs) are used to measure the amount of progress a client is making in addressing their negative issues/emotion. In addition, one of the most clearly expressed measures is visualisation that comes from the client. In each of the examples below I did not tap on the picture. […]Read More
How to Stop Emotional Eating for Good with EFT: Common Themes and Strategies.
Beliefs underlying emotional eating and EFT strategies to overcome it.Read More
When Something Terrible This Way Comes
Whether it is man-made or a natural disaster or simply everything around you feels out of control, here are a few tips to help you settle and re-balance yourself back into feeling peace. Everyone knows I am a Tapping trainer, and Tapping is fantastic! However, not everything or event or moment is actually right for […]Read More
Ramping Up Self Acceptance
Ramping UP! Self-Acceptance We are all familiar with the standard Set-Up Phrase, “Even though I have this __________, I deeply and completely love and accept myself.” It is an all-occasion, one-size-fits-all magic formula that names and counters objections. It antidotes Psychological Reversal, and ‘sets the stage’ for EFT to work. And, amazingly enough, it does […]Read More
Tapping with Symbols
An experience of mine with a client of speeding through a vague yet intense feeling of terror, involving a ‘convincer’ for the client, and a rapid elimination of the problem symptoms.Read More
Doodle Tapping is a simple and creative EFT approach that is particularly helpful for working with intense emotions, especially where standard tapping has not been able to lower the intensity.Read More
The Ultimate Clutter Cleanse – Part 1: Introduction
Our home is our “outer skin”, How we choose to live reflects our comfort zones and life style, our unique character, and also our inner conflicts and memories. Learning how to read the conflicts behind clutter and release them with EFT can be a life changing experience for a client, and a rewarding practice for a practitioner. The Four Quadrant System of the “Ultimate Clutter Cleanse” Gives a simple, yet effective roadmap to clearing inner and outer clutter once and for all, so that we can live the life we choose.Read More
EFT for Everyday Accidents – Borrowing from Ho’oponopono
Have you ever stubbed your toe against the kerb, or caught your hand on the side of a hot oven/pan/iron, chopped your thumb when you were aiming for the cabbage (it’s best not to ask me to shred cabbage!), bumped into an armchair/doorway/person, missed a step up/down, scalded yourself in steam from the kettle, spilled a freshly brewed mug of tea, hammered your fingers and missed the nail, tripped on the mat, fallen off a swing, slipped on ice/mud/banana skin? What about paper cuts and blisters, bruises, grazes, insect bites, over-reaching for the top shelf, minor whiplash even?Read More
Part 3: The 7 Reasons You Need to be Specific with EFT Tapping
This is the final part of this three part series on the importance of being specific to get consistent and effect results when using EFT.Read More