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Developed in 1984, EFT (which stands for Emotional Freedom Technique, and is also known as "tapping") is a safe and gentle form of energy psychology that is recommended by the American Psychiatric Association for the treatment of phobias, and is widely used in VA hospitals for the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder.


Like acupuncture, EFT is a meridian based therapy, but with EFT, no needles are used. Instead, the EFT practitioner taps on various acupuncture points on the client's face, body, and hands, while the client focuses on the issue that needs to be healed by repeating phrases about it, such as: "Heartbroken because my husband passed away."


The combination of focusing on the issue while tapping spontaneously and permanently releases it from the body-mind. With EFT, longstanding issues and past traumas that have been causing pain for years, and even decades, can be released in as little as one session. EFT is effective in releasing countless issues, including:

  • Grief

  • Trauma (including PTSD)

  • Fears and phobias

  • Low self-esteem

  • Anxiety

  • Insomnia

  • Limiting beliefs

  • Negative body image


  • Lack of motivation


  • ​Drug addiction


  • Smoking addiction


  • ​Eating disorders


  • Anger issues


  • Relationship issues

"EFT is the single most effective tool I've learned in forty years of being a therapist." — Dr. Curtis A. Steele, MD


EFT is the most important development in medicine since antibiotics. 

Candace Pert, PhD, Former Head of the National Institute of Mental Health

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