Emotional Freedom Technique - Tapping, Hotel to be Disclosed, Friday, 21. February 2020

Get Certified through EFT Tapping Training Institute with accreditation through EFT International

Millions around the world are raving about the beneifts of EFT and Tapping. Its growing popularity can be seen in a quick glance around the internet, in popular media  and on countless news stations. Hurting people are searching and researching sources to find reputable practitioners to assist them. EFT is considered to be an evidence-supported method that continues to grow in its acceptance.  People are seeking credible, well-trained practitioners and this means that certification is more important than ever.
If you are looking to be an EFT practitioner and to work professionally with individuals in private practice,  certificaation through a reputable, established program is critcal. Many define the current state of the practice of EFT in the United States as the "wild, wild, West". This is because the practice of EFT is unregulated and anyone can claim the title "EFT/Tapping practitioner."" Since it is not possible in the United States to become licensed as an EFT practitioner, the smartest choice is to become a certified practitioner. Certification helps the practitioner demonstrate a level of skill, competency and professionalism that is respected and meets the highest standards that currently exist. With increasing oversight of the field, the importance of certification is sure to only increase.

What is EFT?
EFT stands for the Emotional Freedom Techniques. It has also come to be commonly referred to as “tapping” as the techniques involve a gentle tapping or percussion of the fingertips on the skin. EFT is a form of psychological acupressure, based on the same energy meridians used in traditional acupuncture to treat physical and emotional ailments for over 5,000 years, but without the invasiveness of needles. Instead, simple tapping with the fingertips is used to input kinetic energy onto specific meridians on the head and chest while you think about your specific problem — whether it is a traumatic event, an addiction, pain, etc. — and voice positive affirmations. This combination of tapping the energy meridians and voicing positive affirmation works to clear the “short-circuit” — the emotional block — from your body’s bioenergy system, thus restoring your mind and body’s balance, which is essential for optimal health and the healing of physical disease. 
What Does EFT Do?
EFT is often used to change negative feelings, reduce distressing and/or self-limiting thoughts, to alter repetitive unwanted behaviors and is even effective for working with and resolving traumatic memories. It is also commonly used to create positive emotional states, achieve desired goals and attain higher states of health, well-being and resilience.
How Does EFT Work?
This is an excellent question and scientific investigation continues to explore the mechanisms for its effectiveness. There are multiple aspects of intervention that appear to be generating the relaxation response that EFT offers. EFT of course involves the stimulation of meridian endpoints which seems to have calming effect on the subtle energy systems of the body. It also includes a somatic (body based) stimulation that evokes a relaxation response. Beyond that, there is a critical and verbal/cognitive and self-affirming aspect as well. The combination of these elements appears to have an effect on the emotional and memory parts of the limbic system of the brain. This area includes the amygdala (the stress center in the brain) and the hippocampus (the memory center), both of which play a role in the decision-making process in response to stressful and especially fear or anxiety inducing situations. Ongoing studies using EEGs, fMRI brain imaging, hormonal and epigenetic lab studies are ongoing to help discover exactly why EFT offers such high levels of effectiveness in such a rapid time period.
Certification begins with 3 days of live in-person classroom instruction taught by Master EFT Trainers (Alina Frank, Craig Weiner or in tandem) regarding the techniques and skills required to be a certified practitioner. This is followed by an extensive process of individual and small group mentoring. The certification track is not time based, but typically occurs over a 9-12 month period (which can occur online) and observation, critique and support are provided to be able to successfully pass the required evaluations, examinations, written and observed review of client sessions and case studies. Included within certification is skill based outcomes for working effectively with a wide variety of client conditions, professional ethics and risk management and much more.
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