Give a broader definition of EFT
EFT stands for Emotional Freedom Technique and is often referred to simply as “tapping”. To perform EFT, tapping is done on a sequence of acupressure points along the meridian lines used in Chinese medicine. This stimulates your brain to rewire and release blockages that may be held there. The result is relief, happiness, and profound effects on your physical and emotional health.
Is EFT a medically accepted technique?
EFT is recognized as an evidence-based practice
Clinical EFT consists of 48 techniques clinically proven by the American Phycological Association (APA) based on scientific literature and backed by clinical trials.
EFT has been researched in more than 10 countries, by more than 60 investigators, whose results have been published in more than 20 different peer-reviewed journals.
In 2014, a report published on Examiner.com called Clinical EFT “one of the most successful psychology self-help techniques ever developed.”
Is EFT medically accepted for insurance purposes?
You will need to check with your insurance provider to know what they covered.
Can EFT be harmful? Because I’m hurting enough already.
EFT will not harm you. The worst that can happen is nothing happens. And this is usually because you are not ready to work on that problem yet, and your subconscious is resisting. These are rare cases in which people tap and absolutely nothing happens, then or later. Other times, tapping on it later will produce the desired results.
How does EFT work with medical prescriptions?
EFT can work well with medical prescriptions. There are several ways tapping can even enhance your prescription medication.
Are there any potentials for side effects to EFT?
“EFT is something I now do often just to calm myself down and not get stressed out. It works great in traffic, in a store, anywhere that I start to feel discomfort, I do a short, modified EFT session and I always feel better.
Thank you, Heather, for helping me deal with life’s stresses and taking a huge negative out of my life.
I highly recommend Heather and EFT sessions and you will learn how to deal with life difficulties. Constant stress, physical or mental, is bad for us.” – Susan Struder