Take a live state-of-the-art training in Clinical EFT, which incorporates the best practices from all the clinical trials of EFT in a step-by-step training program. EFT is far more than tapping; in fact there are 48 distinct and powerfully effective techniques described in the Clinical EFT system.
This phenomenal live training is based on observing thousands of people learn EFT over the past decade. It’s enabled us to identify exactly how they absorb the information, in order to establish a solid and effective practice. It incorporates advanced training materials, along with 12 hours of live demonstrations of particular aspects of the techniques, one-on-one work with other practitioners, and dialog and feedback sessions.
You’ve probably realized that you’re just scratching the surface of what EFT can do for:
- Your love life
- Your financial situation
- Your peace of mind
If you had a way to learn EFT in depth, it could revolutionize your work life, your financial life, your relationships with colleagues, friends, and loved ones, and your general satisfaction with life. This Clinical EFT training gives you the skill base to apply EFT systematically to each part of your life.
In the first workshop, Level 1, you learn the fundamentals of Clinical EFT over the course of two days. In 8 modules, starting with “The Science of EFT,” we review the biology of stress, and how to use EFT as a stress-reduction tool. In the final module we demonstrate how easy it is to control cravings for chocolate, tobacco, sweets and alcohol using EFT.
In the second two-day workshop, Level 2, you learn EFT’s “Gentle Techniques.” These are specially designed for painful or upsetting memories and situations. You also learn to work with groups, with children, and with healing professionals. The fifth and final day is a “Tapping Day” in which you practice and cement your new-found skills.
Here are the benefits that research shows participants receive from participating in an EFT workshop:
- Pain: Average reduction -68%1
- Depression: Average reduction -74%2
- Anxiety: Average reduction -42%3
- Phobias: Average reduction -68%4
- PTSD: Average reduction -51%5
- Cravings: (e.g. for Food, Chocolate, Alcohol, Cigarettes): Average reduction -83%1
- Cortisol: Average reduction -24%6
Imagine how different your life would be if your psychological symptoms improved that much! These aren’t just anecdotal claims; they’re from studies published in peer-reviewed medical and psychology journals. Your trainer will be Dawson Church, PhD, who has been a primary researcher in the studies that have proven EFTs efficacy. Dawson has appeared in hundreds of media interviews about the science behind EFT, and has twice testified before congressional committees about EFT.
Please do yourself the favor of taking the next step, and enroll for a Clinical EFT workshop today. To make it easy for you, we’re offering these on both the East and West coasts of the US in the next few weeks. It’s time to dump the problems that have been holding you back and embrace your full potential with EFT.
Video: The Magic of an EFT Workshop
All EFT workshops are eligible for CE (Continuing Education) and CME (Continuing Medical Education) credit.
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1. Church, D., & Brooks, A. J. (2010). The effect of a brief EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) self-intervention on anxiety, depression, pain and cravings in healthcare workers. Integrative Medicine: A Clinician’s Journal, 6(6), 40-44.
2. Church, D., de Asis, M. A., & Brooks, A. J. (2012). Brief group intervention using EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) for depression in college students: A randomized controlled trial. Depression Research and Treatment, 2012, 1-7, doi:10.1155/2012/257172.
3. Karatzias, T., Power, K., Brown, K., McGoldrick, T., Begum, M., Young, J. . . . & Adams, S. (2011). A controlled comparison of the effectiveness and efficiency of two psychological therapies for posttraumatic stress disorder: Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing vs. Emotional Freedom Techniques. Journal of Nervous & Mental Disease, 199, 372-378. doi: 10.1097/NMD.0b013e31821cd262.
4. Baker, A. H., & Siegel, M. A. (2010). Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) reduces intense fears: A partial replication and extension of Wells et al. Energy Psychology: Theory, Research, & Treatment, 2(2), 13-30. doi: 10.9769.EPJ.2010.2.2.AHB.
5. Church, D., Hawk, C., Brooks, A., Toukolehto, O., Wren, M., Dinter, I., & Stein, P. (2013). Psychological trauma in veterans using EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques): A randomized controlled trial. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, Feb.
6. Church, D., Yount, G., & Brooks, A. J. (2012). The effect of Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) on stress biochemistry: A randomized controlled trial. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 200(10), 891-896. doi: 10.1097/NMD.0b013e31826b9fc1.