What is tapping?
The Emotional Freedom Technique is also known as tapping because that describes part of the process. EFT has been around since the 1970s, and there are over 10 years of research on its effectiveness. (Go to Resources for research links).
Issues such as PTSD, cravings, phobias, stress and anxiety, test anxiety, and many more areas have been clinically researched. There is substantial metadata on it as well.
Research indicates EFT is beneficial in a variety of areas and also records lasting effects for many of these areas of concern.
Tapping can be done in a one to one setting or as a group program. Currently, all tapping sessions (individual or group) are via Zoom.
A testimonial from Sarah W:
I had my very first EFT session with Renée, and WOW! She’s incredibly knowledgeable, made me feel so comfortable with expressing my feelings, and supported & guided me through the whole process. I feel such a relief in my anxiety each every time I practice the EFT script she gave me, and feel a release of emotions that I had no idea were there. Amazing!
Some Tapping Topics:
Pain - generalized or specific
Stress and/or anxiety
Group Programs in the Works
Tap Into Purpose
Tap Out Stress
Tap Out Pain
Tap Out Cravings