The EFT Flow Chart

The EFT Flow Chart How to best use the Flow Chart with EFT Internet Radio host Judy Wolvington. Created especially for EFT students, this chart helps to understand the flow of EFT techniques through various intensity levels as you are working with a client. This is hands down the most […] Read more »

The 1 – 2 – 3 of EFT Process

There is a clear process to follow when using EFT, no matter the client or the situation. What varies is the application and modification of that process with each individual client. Particularly new practitioners are tempted to just start tapping with everyone.  However, if you’ve watched many of Gary’s videos […] Read more »

Perception turned upside down with EFT

Do you ever over schedule yourself and find “juggling” all the commitments is getting close to impossible? I’ve been in that place in the last few weeks! So if you missed my email last week and wondering why this one is late – that’s why. I’m digging out but I’ve […] Read more »


I first met Lulu when traveling in New Zealand years ago where I was invited to teach EFT. I rented an RV while there to travel to the four different cities for classes and, of course, to see other parts of that beautiful country. It was a wonderful experience and […] Read more »

The Most Under Utilized EFT Technique

Constricted Breathing: introducing EFT, calming, safety, assessment, back-up, and homework Often just “mentioned in passing” as part of a training course on EFT, this technique is gentle, powerful and useful in a variety of situations. What all can this underutilized method do? 1. Create a bridge – Just like pointing […] Read more »

Are you as “gifted” as Mozart?

“Why are some people so good at what they do whereas others struggle with the most basic of tasks? Have you ever wondered if you were capable of achieving more in your work and life?” This is how the guest blogger Jeff Goins, author of How to Become Better Than […] Read more »

What does your office look like?

Whatever you call where you work (office, consulting room or therapy room) the space is an important part of the client’s experience with you.  What kind of experience does your office environment offer? In visiting a local psychologist’s office suite, I walked past one of the therapist’s office and  I […] Read more »

On Being “too” Real

Charlie asks, “What do you like to do?”  I smile and answer, “One of the things I like to do is to call a friend and meet at the park to take walk or go watch a game.” Couple of months later, Gene asks me the same question, “What do […] Read more »

Ready, Willing and Able?

Roshane lost trust in his practitioner and stopped sessions. He indicated that the practitioner may have attempted to do “too much too fast” or “was pushing own agenda” when he wanted more time to process and was uncomfortable with the way the practitioner “pushed” him for finding a specific event. […] Read more »