The Wellness Centre

Working in Harmony

The Wellness Centre

The Wellness Centre

Working in Harmony

Emotional Freedom Technique – EFT

 Tel: 01609 779927

Emotional Freedom Technique – (EFT)

EFT is a modern emotional healing technique utilising certain acupuncture points – but without the needles! It is often called ‘psychological acupressure’ as it combines acupressure with modern psychology.   Instead of using needles we gently tap on the acupressure meridians (where the energy channels in our body end) whilst focusing the mind on a troubling health or personal issue.

EFT forms a bridge between talk therapies and body therapies. It works on the understanding that our thoughts about ourselves, our experiences and circumstances can disrupt the energy system in our bodies and that this disruption can cause negative reactions.   Blockages in our energy system affect us emotionally and physically and EFT breaks the psychological response.

EFT can change the way we perceive our memories or traumatic events, by releasing the emotional hold they have on us. It is a process of releasing energy blocks in our system caused by negative past events.

EFT is far speedier than conventional talking therapies alone.

It is a wonderfully simple self-help tool.

It works very effectively with adults, teenagers and children.

What conditions can EFT help with?

EFT has been scientifically proven to lead to significant improvements in physical and emotional well-being and physiological balancing in the body.

It is used in the treatment and self-help of a wide range of issues, including:

Stress                                                           Behaviour management

Troubling and negative emotions          Traumatic memories

Anxiety                                                        PTSD

Anger                                                           Self-image and Self-esteem

Obsessive Compulsive Disorders           Abuse

Depression and Sadness                          Reducing Pain

Fears and Phobias                                     Relationships

Grief and Loss                                            Addictions

Guilt                                                             Eating Disorders

Sexuality and Gender                               Self-harm

And much more …