EFT Tapping

EFT (commonly known as Tapping) is a combination of Eastern energy medicine and Western psychological therapy. This simple yet effective technique can help to improve both psychological issues and physical symptoms.
In Eastern energy medicine, energy called Qi, Chi, Ki or Pranna flows through the paths, meridians, in our bodies. It is understood that issues occur wherever there are blockages of energy flow.
During the session, we tap points where meridians connect to each other as these are the points often the flows get stuck. You can imagine it like having traffic at roundabouts.
We also use words while tapping these points. These words can be feelings, sensations and symbolic meanings that are associated with issues we are working on which will change as we go deeper into the issues.

EFT is known to help with issues such as:

  • Addictions
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Dissociation
  • Eating disorders
  • Feelings of being lost or stuck
  • Loss and bereavement 
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
  • Phobias
  • Psychosomatic pain
  • Relationship difficulties
  • Stress
  • Trauma and PTSD

How do we start EFT?

If you are interested in having an EFT session, please book a session with me. We will meet and assess if this type of therapy is best for you. 

Can I have EFT as a group?

EFT can be done both one-to-one or in a group setting. 

How long is the session?

Sessions are usually 1-hour long but can be longer if needed. 

How often should I have EFT?

It various. Sometimes people feel better after one session but some issues are more complexed and take longer to get the bottom of the issue. If more sessions are needed to resolve the issue, I recommend having a session once a week as it will give you support and safe structure to work on the issue.

How many EFT sessions should I have?

It depends on the issue we are working on and how deep the root of the issue is. Also, sometimes people become curious about the background of issues that are surfacing through the sessions and start to understand how things are interconnected that leads people to decide to go for psychotherapy to explore more. EFT is not psychotherapy but it also can be used as a tool for exploring our psychological issue in psychotherapy.