What is it?
EFT is short for Emotional Freedom Techniques and is fast becoming the most popular meridian therapy.
Adverse life experiences affect how we feel physically and emotionally. These are stored as energy that feels wrong, kind of like a negative ‘zzzzt’ that messes up our body’s circuitry.
Alison has been practising EFT since 2004.
How does it work?
The aim of using EFT is to release this wrong energy and bring your emotions back into balance so they are not holding you back.
What does it involve?
Consultations take place by video, normally lasting 60 minutes. This usually involves you copying the therapist in a monkey-see-monkey-do fashion tapping with two fingers on special points such as on your face and hands, while you repeat special phrases constructed with you to help you release negative emotions that contribute to your issue.
What is it good for and what are the benefits?
We all have different life experiences and we may, from time to time, find different aspects of our lives overwhelming. Conditions we’ve helped clients are varied including phobias, weight issues, food issues, childhood issues, motivation, confidence, exam stress, conditions triggered by stress, physical and emotional wellbeing.
EFT is gentle enough for use with children and during pregnancy and birth.
What do I do next?