Womenlines takes pleasure to share powerful knowledge about EFT Tapping from the expert Suzanne Alfandri, from the USA. In the video above Suzaane has shared the right way of EFT Tapping to reduce stress.
The emotional freedom technique (EFT) is an alternative way to reduce physical pain and emotional distress. It’s also known as tapping or psychological acupressure. This technique emphasizes that tapping the body can create a balance in your energy system and treat pain.
What is EFT Tapping?
EFT tapping employs the use of patients tapping their fingers on 10 acupuncture meridian points while repeating specific statements suggested by the therapist from the information the client provides. These procedures eliminate negative beliefs and increase physical health and mental well being.
According to a 2012 study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, up to 80% of visits to primary care doctors are related to stress. Clinical trials have shown that EFT removes emotional trauma and accelerates the body’s natural ability to heal itself.
Over 100 clinical trials published in peer reviewed medical and psychology journals clearly demonstrate that EFT is effective for:
• physical and emotional pain
• posttraumatic stress disorders (e.g. PTSD)
Additionally, EFT treatment helps people improve their business, athletic and artistic performances.
Studies can be found at EFTUniverse.com
Content Credit-Suzanne Alfandari
It is a pleasure to welcome Suzanne Alfandari, Motivational Interviewing Trainer, an expert in EFT tapping training, and Licensed Therapist from California as a guest contributor at Womenlines Panel. A Certified Expert EFT Trainer and Practitioner, Suzanne has also worked 15+ years as a family therapist at Marin County Mental Health Services where she continues to serve as the Stress Manager for the Marin County Office of Emergency Services. She is a member of MINT, the International Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers, and is a MINT Certified Trainer.Follow Womenlines on Social Media