What is EFT?

Emotional Freedom Techniques, or EFT (often known as Tapping), is a technique that incorporates light tapping with your fingertips, on specific acupuncture points on the body. While tapping, you are focusing in on the problem at hand. This can range from being a physical discomfort, to a negative emotion or traumatic experience.  EFT addresses the mind-body connection between thoughts, emotions and our physical responses.  It is used to gain relief from unresolved emotional issues as well as physical discomfort, which often has an emotional aspect to it.

This easy to learn, gentle approach to rapid improvement, often leads to complete relief from the presenting problem.

When we let go of emotional baggage and unhealthy responses to stress, we free up energy and space, to create a happier and more fulfilled life. We improve our relationship with ourselves, as well as with others.

“EFT Tapping Often Works Where Nothing Else Will.”

Gary Craig, Founder of the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT)

Hypnosis is an altered state in which the client is highly suggestible. Hypnosis is used to condition the subconscious mind so that unwanted thoughts, behaviors, and beliefs can be altered to create health and well-being. It is a highly focused state of awareness.

We all experience hypnosis randomly, such as when watching a movie, reading a book or driving a car. We sometimes become so focused that we “tune out” our surroundings unless the need arises for us to refocus our attention. The same holds true for guided hypnosis. It is the same focus but for a specific purpose. The client is in control and aware of his/her surroundings, but is able to “tune them out” for the purpose of the session.

In my practice, I utilize hypnosis as a means for relaxation, pain management, to decrease stress and anxiety, to boost confidence and self-esteem, weight loss, smoking cessation and  to make behavioral changes. Hypnosis is also a wonderful technique to use along with  EFT.

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