What is

Clinical EFT?

"Clinical EFT is the evidence-base method that has been validate

in research studies that meet American Psychological Association standards"  - Dawson Church

Emotional Freedom Technique, often referred to as EFT or "tapping", was created by Gary Craig and is based on the Chinese meridian system used in acupuncture, while also having deep roots in modern psychology. 

EFT involves tapping on meridian points in the body while verbalizing a specific health or emotional issue. This helps to clear disruption from the body's energy system and to restore health and emotional balance, as well as transforming negative beliefs or unwanted behaviors.

Acupuncture tells us that energy flows in our bodies through pathways called meridians; it uses needles to stimulate the flow of energy.

 



Tapping is a non-invasive technique that can be as effective as acupuncture. EFT provides a positive and proactive experience that often works where nothing else seems to, offering long lasting relief of symptoms. EFT addresses underlying energetic patterns with the goal of bringing balance and harmony withing the energetic field of the person. By working with the energetic structure that underlines the emotions we can create relieve on a wide variety of symptoms and issues, some of which include: fear, stress, worry, sorrow or sadness, low self-confidence, low self-esteem, cravings, repetitive negative thoughts, procrastination, feeling of being overwhelmed, aches and insomnia. It also helps with setting goals, clearing limiting beliefs, promoting concentration and focus, and attracting abundance.

It is widely accepted that emotional disharmony is a key factor in physical symptoms and disease and for this reason, EFT is being extensively used for a great variety of physical and emotional symptoms. 

Because EFT is so simple, it can be used effectively as a self-help tool, which empowers people to actively contribute to their own healing and development process

EFT provides a fast relief process with outstanding results.

Watch this video introducing EFT by Gary Craig. 

Most Commonly Used Points

During EFT Sessions

Please take a look at the chart below and notice where the points are located.  We have countless acupuncture points in the body, but these particular ones have been chosen because by tapping on them, we reach and balance all the meridians in the body, bringing balance to our energy system.