How EFT works
EFT is a highly effective yet gentle method of directly balancing the body’s energy system for the feelings that you want to change. In essence its a psychological version of acupuncture except that no needles are involved. It is a bit like clearing a log that is blocking a stream where the log represents a stuck emotion in your stream of energy. You do not have to believe in the theory though, just as you do not need to know how a car works under the bonnet to drive one.
What EFT Involves
Using EFT involves ‘tuning into’ the issue and then tapping with your fingers on specific acupressure points. Through a combination of ‘tapping’ and repeating a pattern of sentences you are able to significantly shift the issue. Having done that, you are then asked to think about the person or situation again and check how you feel. Typically you will notice a significant reduction in the intensity of the feeling. If it is not completely gone then the EFT practitioner repeats the process, bringing the intensity down each time until full balance is restored.
EFT Sessions over Skype
I offer one-to-one therapy sessions, working flexible hours to suit those with busy lifestyles. EFT therapy can be done easily over the phone or via Skype.
I currently work with many clients worldwide using this method. It is very convenient for people with busy lifestyles, who struggle to find the time to look after themselves and deal with the issues that are part of their daily existence and it ensures complete privacy.
Some people find it easier to talk via Skype phone as opposed to face-to-face and in these cases can achieve results more quickly. Other benefits of Skype phone, or video is that you have both hands free and you do not have the phone propped under your chin, so can be much more comfortable.