Why Work With An EFT Practitioner?

EFT is easy to learn and practice on your own and having a tool you can use anytime is beneficial but there are times we can’t get ourselves to the places we most need to go. Let’s face it, we’ve been running around with the same voice in our head for years…sometimes all that’s needed is a fresh perspective from outside.

A skilled EFT Practitioner can:

Provide a safe space for you to meet the emotion and neutralize it.
Have you ever noticed when you recall painful memories and traumas you can generally always associate with how you were feeling at the time? An EFT Practitioner can help you feel safe enough to explore parts of your past you may other-wise not easily get to. You may be caught up in your emotions, a practitioner is not.

Help identify the triggers

It’s the old forest and tree thing. When you’re in the middle of it you may not be able to see it.

Assist you in getting to the core issue

Your outer adult knows your reaction might be a little childlike but you feel helpless to change it. Sometimes it’s nice to just let someone else do the work of thinking so you can just feel your way through.

Address Jekyll and Hyde

One side of you wants to say no to the chocolate but the other part of you is quietly screaming because that part needs to be able to numb out and will NEVER give up. Both sides are at work trying to gain the upper hand and need to be acknowledged and under-stood.

Create effective EFT Tapping statements

One of the biggest challenges with tapping, is knowing what to say. An EFT Practitioner will guide you to find the words that resonate with you specifically. Generic is not uniquely you.

Keep you on track

Luckily you’ve never had to spend time in my head but if your busy brain is anything like mine, it is easy to get off track. This makes it difficult to clear an issue. Working with an EFT Practitioner, ensures you follow through to the end before you’re off and running to the next thing.

Accountability

If you are really committed to clearing an issue, it’s good to have some accountability. If you could have dealt with it on your own you would have. Sometimes a little gentle prodding is needed.

“The only advice I would have for somebody thinking about EFT would be to do it. There’s nothing to lose. It’s so fast. It’s such a powerfully quick process.” Jack Canfield, author of Chicken Soup for the Soul Series