Emotional Freedom Technique Bournemouth EFT
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Emotional Freedom Technique

I am a fully qualified EFT practitioner and have been helping my clients to resolve issues on a one to one basis for many years. I am based in the Bournemouth area and see my clients at my office near Castle Point. Although I do occasionally offer home visits if  necessary.

This amazing technique, which involves tapping acupressure points on the head, hands and body is becoming more and more widely excepted as an effective form of therapy for stress, anxiety, depression, anger. trauma, habitual problems and weight loss and can also be an affective treatment in the reduction of pain.

I also offer 4 hour workshops where I will l give people the skills, strategies and confidence to handle life’s challenges. Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) is a simple procedure that takes just a couple of minutes to begin to work and can be used anytime any place anywhere. It’s non – evasive with no side effects and of course pain free.
I have worked with many people and seen amazing results, this simple procedure really works.

Interested? then give me a call, email for a free consultation, or an update on the next workshop.

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Extract from the Daily Mail 2014

Experts are calling on the NHS to start using a new self-help technique, called tapping, after its effectiveness in treating a number of conditions was proved.
The technique, which involves tapping acupressure points on the head and hands, is showing promise as an effective form of therapy for anxiety, depression and anger.
It is also known as the emotional freedom technique (EFT).
Researchers at Staffordshire University are leading research into the effectiveness of EFT in the UK.

Professor Tony Stewart, who led a trial of the treatment in the Birmingham area, said: ‘EFT is a new and emerging therapy that can be used to treat a wide variety of conditions.

‘Patients gently tap with their fingertips on acupressure points, mainly on the head and hands, and relate this to the voicing of specific statements.
‘A growing number of studies suggest EFT is an effective and safe treatment, and with the predicted sharp increase in the demand for mental health services – and a corresponding decrease in NHS resources – we feel that the use of EFT should now be extended.’