Emotional Freedom Techniques, or Tapping, has changed my life for the better and I have every confidence it can do the same for you. It has been successfully tested and used to treat a number of conditions ranging from general anxiety and stress, to relief of physical pain, to improved sports performance. Tapping is not only an incredibly versatile healing technique, it is an effective healing technique. (Don't just take my word for it, follow the link to peer reviewed research above, watch the video featuring the founder of EFT, Gary Craig, or look at the research further down the page).
That is why I have dedicated myself to many years of training and study, and why I undertook the rigorous assessments required to become a certified accredited Master Trainer and advanced practitioner. I continue to adhere to the stringent requirements to ensure high professional standards including ongoing continuous professional development training. Because I am fascinated by the many varied applications of EFT, it is always a pleasure to continue my study, and I always exceed the mandatory CPD requirements.
Simply put, EFT tapping is one of the easiest and fastest healing techniques available. Whether you use it on its own or to supplement traditional or medical treatment, 'tapping' can supercharge and drastically reduce your recovery time.
Best of all, after a few sessions you'll be able to do it on your own and even teach it to your family and friends.
If you are interested in learning about EFT for your own self development, or perhaps to help others you will find training information can be found here
Further, more recent research Stewart A, Boath E, Carryer A, Walton I & Hill L (in press) Can Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) be effective in the treatment of emotional conditions? Results of a Service Evaluation in Sandwell. Psychological Therapies in Primary care.
Boath, E. Stewart, A & Carryer, A (2012) Tapping for PEAS: Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT ) in reducing Presentation Expression Anxiety Syndrome (PEAS) in University students. Innovative Practice in Higher Education, 1(2), 1-12. http://www.staffs.ac.uk/ipihe