EFT stands for Emotional Freedom Techniques. EFT (Clinical EFT) encompasses a group of evidence-based methods from the fields of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Prolonged Exposure Therapy, among others, and is combined with acupressure.
Tapping acupressure originally has its roots in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Today we know that there is a fine vascular system called the primovascular system. What has long been known to us as the meridian system is therefore proven to be body-based. The condensed points of our meridian system are the points we stimulate in acupressure and acupuncture. Our primovascular system is connected to all organs, our endocrine system, our nervous system and our immune system. Therefore, EFT is a psycho-neuro-immuno-endocrinological approach that uses gentle tapping of acupressure points to help our system deal with stress on all levels, both bottom-up and top-down, and to bring us back into balance physically, emotionally and mentally.
I provide help for self-help in this regard. By applying specific tapping techniques, my clients learn to effectively relieve emotional stress in a crisis situation or when confronted with stressful experiences.
Numerous scientific studies show that EFT can provide effective support in dealing with phobias, anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, pain and many other problems. Any resolution of psychological, emotional, or physical conflict results in the release of stress, allowing for more energy, ease, and joy.
Once we release all that scares us, inhibits us, or blocks us, we move more freely and easily in our lives. EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) / EFT- tapping acupressure, is a method that enables us to free ourselves from burdens and is easy to use. It can be used successfully even by young children. EFT helps children, teens and adults become aware of their emotions while relieving stress.
Through EFT, children, teens as well as adults (re)gain self-confidence, self-awareness and personal responsibility.