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What Can You Use EFT For?

Updated: Sep 6




EFT has been successfully used to help many clients suffering from physical and emotional ailments. EFT has the ability to impact on any kind of disease and psychological disorder. Many have chosen EFT after the efforts of the medical professionals have had a minimal effect on their conditions and behaviours. We do not consider EFT to be separate from medicine, rather it is an alternative option that considers disorders at a subtle level and neutralizes them. It is an excellent conjunct to the medical model of working with clients.


Some of the conditions or ailments that EFT can be used for are:


· Psychological trauma

· Weight Loss

· Binge Eating

· Sugar Addiction

· Phobias

· Fear of Success or failure

· Fear of Public Speaking

· Addictions

· Anxiety

· Depression

· Learning difficulties

· Behavioural problems

· Headaches

· Body pain

· Phantom Pain

· Grief and loss of a loved one

· Relationship breakdown

· Being rejected

· Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

· Sexual Problems

· Exam stress

· Belief that you are not worthy

· Belief that you are not loveable

· Basically, anything that is holding you back from living your life to your full potential.


Life can be a real challenge for some people and a person suffering from trauma undergoes many difficulties that can be hard to pinpoint. It might be physical, sexual, or mental; ultimately, it could affect confidence and have adverse effects on that person’s life.


Depression and other mental trauma can cripple a person, making him/her incapable of leading a productive life. EFT plays a major role in reducing, and in the majority of cases resolving, these traumas at the root cause (which has been ingrained into the subconscious and body mind).


If you would like more information about EFT or our other services, please contact us for further information or call us for a complimentary introductory 20 minute call.


This is an interesting article in reference to the science done on EFT.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6381429/


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