EFT Certification Article on EFT and Stress

EFT or the Emotional Freedom Technique is a relatively new alternative therapy that is based on cognitive therapies that are deeply connected to Eastern Spiritual ideas of energy and energy flow.  Stemming from acupuncture, this new modality looks to relieve numerous mental issues, from past trauma to stress relief.

EFT can help many individuals handle stress and reduce anxiety. Please also review AIHCP’s EFT Certification Program

 

The article, “What Is EFT Tapping & Is It The Secret To Relieving Stress?” by Sadhbh O’Sullivan looks at how EFT can help with stress.  The article states,

“EFT (also known as EFT tapping or ‘tapping’) is a practice where you tap different points on your body. Tamara Donn, an accredited expert EFT practitioner, describes it as “an empowering DIY self-help technique to help you release negative beliefs or emotions”. Originating from the Traditional Chinese Medicine system, it combines acupuncture (without the needles) with a focused affirmation practice and can better help individuals ground in the present and release difficult and distressing thoughts and feelings. Though it’s still being researched, EFT has been used to treat anxiety, depression and PTSD. ”

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Please also review AIHCP’s EFT Certification and see if it meets your academic and professional goals.  The program is online and independent study and open to qualified professionals seeking a four year certification in EFT.

EFT Practitioner Certification Article on EFT

Many individuals seek non invasive and holistic ways to treat anxiety and emotional distress.  Many have looked into tapping or the Emotional Freedom Technique also known as EFT. EFT offers an excellent self help way to move negative energy through one’s system.  This helps individuals overcome anxiety and stress through manipulation of positive and negative energy that resides within the body.

EFT can help many with anxiety and trauma. Please also review AIHCP’s EFT Practitioner Certification

 

The article, “Emotional Freedom Technique: What is tapping? The technique to improve mental health” by Izzie Deibe looks closer at what EFT is and how to utilize it.  She states,

“TAPPING is a form of therapy that can help to reduce anxiety and stress by literally tapping acupressure points on the body. Express.co.uk chatted to a tapping expert to find out more about this life-changing technique.”

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AIHCP has also developed an EFT program that helps qualified professionals learn how to teach and train others.  The EFT Practitioner Certification is open to qualified professionals and is online and independent study.  After completion of the online programs, qualified professionals can apply for a four year certification.

If you would like to learn more about AIHCP’s EFT Program, please review the program and see if it matches your academic and professional goals.  The courses can help individuals learn to help themselves or train others to teach EFT.

EFT Program Article on What is EFT

The Emotional Freedom Technique is a new alternative therapy that utilizes the tapping of the meridian lines in the body.  The purpose is to re-route energy that is trapped in our body related to trauma.  Through the process, one can work out negative energy and better equip oneself to deal with problems.

EFT or the Emotional Freedom Technique can help others release trauma. Please also review our EFT program

 

The article, “What is Emotional Freedom Technique? How ‘tapping’ can help with everything from anxiety to PTSD” by the Irish Examiner looks in detail at the science and techniques surrounding EFT.  The article states,

“EFT has been around since the late-1970s, developed by American psychologist Dr Roger Callahan who originally observed how including acupressure principles while treating a patient with a phobia had profound results – seemingly diminishing their feelings of fear far more rapidly than other therapies might. In the early days though, empirical evidence lacking, the technique didn’t catch on as widely as other psychological therapies.”

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The EFT program offered at AIHCP educates professionals in the practice of EFT.  The program is online and has videos and texts that can help the student learn the necessary skills to confidently offer EFT to individuals.  Please review the program and see if it matches your academic and professional goals.

 

EFT Certification Article on Emotional and Physical Pain

Pain deep within our mind and past traumas can exist within our body.   Unresolved traumas can exist within us, disrupting our natural functions.  Physical pain and induced poor health via stress are a result of these deep emotional pains.  One must confront these pains and emotions and prevent them from blocking proper energy flow within the body.

Emotional and physical pain can be connected.  Please review our EFT Certification  and see if meets your professional needs.,
Emotional and physical pain can be connected. Please review our EFT Certification and see if meets your professional needs.,

One excellent way to deal with past trauma pain is EFT.  The Emotional Freedom Technique can help unlock past trauma and pain and allow one to find present health.

The article, “Until You Feel Your Pain, Your Pain will Never Leave You Alone” by Dr Christine Bradstreet takes a closer look at how we deal with pain.  The article states,

“When your emotional body hurts, your physical body hurts.  Your pain is going to make you feel it one way or another. The relationship you have with your emotional pain determines if it’s going to cause you physical pain or not.”

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Please also review our EFT Certification program and see if it matches your academic and professional needs and goals.