What is EFT?
EFT, or Emotional Freedom Techniques, is a simple yet remarkably effective healing modality that combines tapping on accupressure points with talking to produce fast, long lasting results. EFT combines very well with hypnotherapy and counseling to bring about positive change.
How does EFT work?
EFT is sometimes described as 'rewiring' the brain. We all have negative thought patterns and limiting beliefs that make us feel like we're stuck and can't change even though we want to. Over time these negative patterns become wired into the brain making them very difficult to change. EFT can break these negative patterns. Studies show that EFT can lower levels of cortisol, the stress hormone, and calm the part of the brain that controls stress and anxiety. This calmer state allows for many positive changes.
Does research support EFT?
Yes. Many studies have shown EFT to be both safe and effective. In fact, EFT is so effective it was accepted and recognized by the American Psychological Association (APA) in 2012. EFT is now an approved course of study for APA members.
"EFT offers great healing benefits." Deepak Chopra, MD
"I've seen astonishing results with EFT" Gary Craig, EFT Founder
"EFT is gentle and often provides benefits where other methods fail." Raul Vergini, MD
"EFT has been, for me, the single most effective technique I've used in my 45 years of practice as a psychiatrist." Curtis Steele, MD