EFT, Emotional Feeling Treatment Therapist
Emotion-focused therapy (EFT) is a therapeutic approach based on the premise that emotions are key to identity. According to EFT, emotions are also a guide for individual choice and decision making. This type of therapy assumes that lacking emotional awareness or avoiding unpleasant emotions can cause harm.
With EFT you can work on your relationship.
EFT is a relationship therapy developed by Dr. Sue Johnson in Canada. She has spent years researching married couples and looking for an effective way to restore or improve the connection. She has brought those insights together in EFT. EFT is now the best-researched relationship therapy and has proven effective. The foundation of EFT is attachment theory, which says that no one is made to be alone. Every person functions better in connection with a loved one who is emotionally open and close. We can do more in the safe presence of a partner or loved one! In a relationship, the (negative) emotions often run high. That is difficult, but also understandable because the other person is so important that you don't want to lose it. In EFT we use emotions as an entrance to understand each other. Anger often contains a lot of pain. Only when you can say what hurts you or where your needs lie can the other person mean something to you. The other can give comfort, support, or reassurance, but that is only possible if you are not only angry but dare to show your vulnerable feelings.
What does an EFT therapist do?
In the therapy, we clarify the negative interaction patterns that have arisen in your relationship. Sue calls it the 'dance' through which you are carried away. This negative pattern has become a problem in your relationship. An EFT therapist starts by unraveling this pattern and everyone's part in that 'dance'. We look at the logic in your steps and look for the way out: the 'dance' is the common enemy, not your partner. If you can see that, there is room for a new way of interacting with each other. You can better see what you are doing yourself that you are unintentionally hurting your partner, and your partner is starting to see that of yourself as well. The atmosphere between you changes and there is more room for softness and connection. The foundation of the relationship is strengthened and you dare to trust each other more and allow it emotionally. In the therapy sessions, you practice expressing what you feel and need each other. Instead of stepping on each other's toes and out of step, you will soon be able to feel a real connection.
Content of the Education:
EFT, Backgrounds and History, Real Truth, Scientific, Meridians, Assignment, EFT Tip, Assignments.EFT Basic protocol, Right subject, Specific situation, Basic EFT, Start-up sentence, Knockpoints, 9 Gamut Method, Knockpoint overview, Exercise Schedule, Worksheet, Assignments. Emotion the boss, Disruption, Negative emotions, Emotions evoked, Transfer of emotions, Purpose of the function, Make Negative Emotion positive, Practical example, The four B's, Fighting, fleeing, freezing, Cognitive shift, Overgrown, emotions in hand, Emotions and bird's eye view, The discovery, Exercise, Tips, Schedule, Worksheet, Assignments.Situations and the past, Avoiding, Suppressing, Nurturing, Past, Core the situation, The correct start-up sentence, Playing with the start-up a sentence, Aspects, The situation, Testing, Schedule, Exercise, Assignments.Limited beliefs, Faith and truth, Tiles, Psychological reversal, Negative belief neutralizes, Positive activating, Alternate trick, Scheme persuading, Parent and child rights, EFT at children, Relationship with yourself, Worksheet, Assignments. Physical complaints, Assignment, Chasing the pain, The Core problem, Support for serious illnesses, Exercise, Assignments. Inner peace, The Ego, Fear of love, Blocking, Inner peace, Shortened EFT protocol, Generalization effect, worksheet, Assignments.EFT always, EFT sometimes does not work.
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The emotional freedom technique (EFT) is an alternative treatment for physical pain and emotional distress. It's also referred to as tapping or psychological acupressure. People who use this technique believe tapping the body can create a balance in your energy system and treat pain.
Emotional Freedom Technique-VDEO
Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) is a revolutionary treatment method that offers healing from physical and emotional pain and disease. Without the use of needles, this form of acupuncture uses the fingertips to stimulate energy points on the body. Developed by Gary Craig, this is an easily mastered technique that can be performed virtually anywhere. This treatment sprang from the idea that "The cause of all negative emotions is a disruption in the body's energy system."
What is the Emotional Freedom Technique Like?
EFT works by tapping on acupressure meridians to release blockages. When these blockages are released, the problem feeling can be released and move through the body. The process starts with a beginning statement of what the problem feeling is and includes a complete acceptance and acknowledgment of the problem. To start the process of EFT, the person would say something like, "Even though I have this (fear) about (the time I was criticized for being clumsy), I completely accept myself anyway." Often that will not feel true to a person, so they would modify the statement to say, "I am willing to learn to accept myself" or "I want to accept myself." The client says the statement three times while tapping on the karate chop point. In the second part of this treatment, the client focuses on the feeling (fear) in the body and rates it at an intensity between 1-10. Then the client begins to tap on points around the face while saying "this fear" simultaneously. Several rounds of this can be done until the fear is rated at a zero on a scale from 1-10. Once that fear is gone, the therapist will guide the client to feel into other fears that will then come up from different aspects of the same situation or emotional state.
Effectiveness of EFT
EFT is a very effective way of clearing out feelings, and when an unwanted feeling is gone, the limiting beliefs that the client held are released. New, more positive beliefs about themselves can emerge. Learning EFT also empowers the client to take charge of handling their emotional state because they can tap on a feeling any time they want to move out of a painful feeling.
Participants will learn:
How to use EFT for self-help and peer-support of family and friends
Specific approaches to address emotional issues, physical issues, including pain management, addictive cravings, and the healing of memories
How to easily incorporate EFT into clinical practice if you are a
a psychotherapist or another professional health provider