EFT Training

ATLANTA AREA – December 5, 6, 7, 2014 Using EFT Professionally – EFT Level 1 and 2 Learn to integrate EFT effectively into whatever you already do for better results, faster, more effectively and increased client satisfaction. Emotional Freedom Techniques or EFT can be utilized within most all helping professions […] Read more »

“We”

Ever been to the doctor, surgery, or hospital where the staff comes in and asks, “How are ‘we’ this morning?” Ever had your practitioner/therapist etc. say something like, “Well, ‘we’ need to work on…”? As a practitioner have you ever made such a comment to your client like, “Let’s see […] Read more »

Guidelines for Using EFT with Serious Mental Disorders

We were fortunate to have a few experienced practitioners who have contributed to parts of the EFT Level 3 Comprehensive Training Resource.  One of those is Tracey Middleton, LCSW-C (TappingForPeace.com), who has been working in Baltimore, MD with people who have psychotic disorders and Dissociative Identity Disorder (formally known as […] Read more »

Don’t Just Say It

As a clinical Social Worker I am all about empowerment and EFT is all about acceptance of self – a great therapeutic combination.  Clients can often come to us feeling they have no power, little or no control in their lives and have been spending lots of time in negative […] Read more »

Desiderata

We all have challenging times in our lives and, if we are lucky, there are inspirational influences in the form of books, poetry, music, places, activities and people that help encourage us, remind us of our strengths, renew our faith in ourselves (and sometimes in others) and guide us to […] Read more »

Five Positive Side Effects of EFT

SIDE EFFECTS of EFT: These are some of my favorite: You notice you are smiling – a lot. You feel more gratitude for things, people in your life. You have less worry, less judgment of yourself and of others. You realize you no longer feel you have to control every moment. You […] Read more »

The Dichotomy of SUDS

Getting a baseline for someone’s discomfort and checking for any movement in the intensity is – like getting to a specific – a key practice in EFT.  Most often used is a 0 to 10 scale often referred to as “SUDS” or “SUDs” i.e., Subjective Unit of Distress Scale, developed […] Read more »

What do VETs really want in therapy?

How Veterans Perceive Therapy and Therapists Only 50% of veterans with distress ever come for services. Of the half that do walk into the “Behavioral Health” services door, you have only about 20 minutes to show them you “get them” before 60% decide to drop out after the first visit. […] Read more »