EFT News & Articles

Alternative 'tapping' therapy could be used by the NHS to treat anxiety and depression

16Jan

Alternative 'tapping' therapy could be used by the NHS to treat anxiety and depression

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.

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Tapping therapy helps patients with depression

15Jan

Tapping therapy helps patients with depression

Patients with depression or psychosis are benefiting from a therapy called emotional freedom technique.

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Can tapping on your cheek cure stress?

12May

Can tapping on your cheek cure stress?

Can tapping on your cheek cure stress? We KNOW it sounds mad - but a new book says it will boost your health and love life too

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Could tapping my nose REALLY stop me biting my nails?

01Feb

Could tapping my nose REALLY stop me biting my nails?

Nail-biting: Can EFT - Emotional Freedom Technique - help you to kick problematic behaviour?

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What is EFT?

  • A meridian based therapy with a wide range of applications
  • Involves gently tapping on meridian points while focusing on a specific issue
  • Connects mind, body and emotions via the body's energy system
  • Quick and easy to learn
  • Often produces fast results
  • Works in conjunction with other therapies

What can EFT be used for?

  • Fears and phobias
  • Resolving addictions, including to aid weight loss
  • Emotional/physical/sexual abuse
  • Physical/emotional pain
  • Headaches and migraines
  • Improving sports performance
  • Allergies and sensitivities
  • Improving self image/confidence
  • Achieving success and abundance (addressing limiting beliefs)
  • Chronic illness (MS, ME, arthritis, etc.)
  • Other (tinnitus, phantom pain, etc.)