EFT International’s ethos and ethics When a practitioner or trainer is working in line with our values, you can tell because they will: Be responsible, respectful and kind. Address anything that is sensitive and potentially shame-laden tactfully and respectfully. Be aware of and respect your boundaries* and boundaries appropriate to the context. Tell you […]Read More
Accredited Certified EFT Master Trainer of Trainers
I have a passion for using EFT for personal therapy and for teaching other therapists to use it excellently. My philosophy as a therapist is to try to get into the world of each client and devise a unique way of working for them. I think therapy should fit the client not the client the therapy. In doing this I can draw on my background in psychotherapy, clinical hypnosis, and EMDR. More recently my own work and my more advanced EFT trainings have incorporated Mindfulness, Neuroscience and Attachment theory. rnrnI have particular interests in working with serious trauma and in spreading the word about EFT as a self-help tool.
I have presented on EFT worldwide and written "Introducing EFT - a Practical Guide" published by Icon Books. I devised and taught an approved clinical hypnosis course before EFT became my main focus. I was among the first people in the country to offer EFT training.
Articles by Judy Byrne
Memory is a construction. We do not have a video recorder to store memories as faithful and accurate representations of what actually happened. Every time we take a memory out of storage, we edit it in some way to make more sense in the light of where we are now. What goes back into the […]Read More
Remembrance Day has got me thinking about memory. And about something that really struck me as key in the last year of studying trauma intensively…Linked Article
“After another round the SUDS went right down again, all the vividness of the event and its aftermath had gone, leaving her amazed at the speed and scale of the change.”Linked Article