“A client who likes to please may not tell you if something about the session is making her or him uncomfortable. Even clients with whom we have rapport may worry about our judgment of them. So it’s our job to watch for clues…”Read More
Accredited Certified Advanced EFT Practitioner
I have personally used mind-body wellness techniques for over 30 years, and now teach and work with others to facilitate positive life changes. I have practiced EFT for myself, friends and family since 2004, and with clients since 2010. My areas of special interest are: *Anxious feelings. I work with clients to help them understand the physical mechanisms of anxiety and stress on the brain and body. In this way, we can tailor EFT to release entrenched fear, anxiety and worry. *Recovery support. I take a special delight in helping clients in short- or long-term recovery use EFT to neutralize triggers and live a healthy, balanced life. *Animals.
I enjoy working with equestrians to address riding problems and help them create a better relationship with their horses. I also teach others how to use energy techniques with animals.
*Peak Performance and competition, both in sports and business. I like to help clients find their own keys to unlock a level of performance they have never reached before. I look forward to helping you tap into yourself to achieve your own goals. Your best self is at your fingertips!
Articles by Ange Finn
“Holding space for someone to tap with a marginalized or frightened part of him or herself is always a sacred experience for me. To hear someone address a part of themselves tenderly and with intention is to witness the miracle of self-healing.”Read More
“I love to use this concept of ‘allowing the possibility that I can be delighted,’ or ‘pleasantly surprised’ by a certain event we’re currently dreading. It’s light-hearted enough to avoid most ‘yeah-but’ reactions, and to lift our spirits as we set our intentions.Read More
“We usually think of willpower as a muscle. But the dark secret of willpower is, it’s actually like fuel in a car. As in, it runs out after a while. Why is this? And more importantly, where’s the willpower station where you can get a fill-up?”Read More
“…as long as you have conversations in your head that revolve around frustration, argument, pleas, requests, and hurts, you’re still negotiating for permission…”Read More
“We uncovered the real cause of the fear after only two sessions. It was a surprise to me, and to M as well.”Read More
“When we are trying to deny or repress our negative thoughts, experiences and emotions, it’s like holding a beach ball under water. It takes effort and energy. That energy can be better spent enjoying our life and work, but first we have to let that beach ball come to the surface—and let the air out.”Read More
“My horse spooked, I was off balance, and I came out of the saddle. I flew through the air and landed hard on my side, knocking the breath out of myself. I made a couple of convulsive gasps, and then I instinctively did what I’ve programmed myself to do in any crisis—I started tapping.”Read More
“Sometimes the seeds planted don’t seem to sprout right away. But when you eventually learn that they have, the results can be amazing.”Read More
“The middle section of the process was devoted to ‘seeing’ the change, conversations and exercises devoted to recognizing the many ways in the process was helping us be more abundant: not always through increased goods or income…”Read More
“My concept was to use the EFT philosophy rather than Law of Attraction or prosperity-mindset tenets, to see what could happen when sustained group work focused not on materializing income or goods, but on removing the energetic blocks to living an abundant life however the individual defines it.”Read More
“We never work with just one client, even if only one person is in the room. We’re always working with that person’s family and social system, just as we can’t pluck one strand of the spider web without moving the whole web. We may never know the ways in which the social and family system will change through the work we do with one person.”Read More
“We were terribly sad, but we also were grateful for the peacefulness of her last moments, and for being able to be fully present with our dog and support her. We could feel comforted in our sorrow, because we had taken steps to make the day as intentional and mindful as possible.”Read More
“If we have experienced trauma we naturally develop coping mechanisms. It can be useful to think of these mechanisms as characters in our own personal story. We can imagine a Sentinel character and a Protector character.”Read More
“When I work with someone, I don’t need to be the smartest person in the room; I only need to be the most attentive person in the room. Doing EFT as a practitioner is not about having vast knowledge of what can be wrong with human beings, and how to fix them all. It is about practicing (and modeling) the focus and attention necessary to help a person find her way…”Read More