Before EFT, I used to be scared of how I felt. Strong feelings overwhelmed me, so I often kept myself numb and a bit detached. I forget what that’s like now as I’ve been tapping for myself, and with others, for over 12 years.
EFT, the formal name for tapping, is a self-care tool that’s also used for serious trauma recovery and lifestyle change work. It’s based on the premise that negative emotions are just stuck energy. By tapping on specific meridian points while focusing on the “negative” issue, the energy shifts easily and quickly.
The work I facilitate with you has two primary aspects:
- Compassionate respect for your journey and the issues showing up now.
- The use of leading-edge energy psychology tools that facilitate change effectively.
Respect for Your Journey
If we take the view that everybody is doing the best they can with the resources they have at the time, we begin to see our personal and professional journeys in a new light. The choices we make and the personality traits we develop are the best we can do at the time. And when we feel the limitations of our choices and of our current situation, that’s a powerful call to expand. Seeing the love in your journey is a key background frequency that brings an energy of acceptance to our work which then paves the way for change and growth.
Leading-edge Energy Tools
I use a variety of subtle-energy based tools and models during our work together including EFT, Family Energetics, and Human Design. These tools serve two purposes:
1. Reduce body-based stress from emotionally triggering thoughts, experiences, and events.
2. Expand your perspective of who you are and what you are capable of.
EFT is a meridian based tool that helps us reduce stress in our bodies and address traumas and emotional blocks. Family Energetics is a system level energy approach that looks at distorted connections between people and events in the larger system and releases entanglements.
Human Design gives us the roadmap of our internal energetic design so that we can make decisions authentically rather than unconsciously reacting to the external world.
This is What It Feels Like
“As an EFT therapist of 6 years who has experienced many sessions with different people, I am in a position to say that Deborah’s was up there with the best I have come across, including the Masters I have worked with. She is intuitive, supportive, nonjudgmental and held the space with grace and compassion while I explored one of the most sensitive areas of my past. I know I have been avoiding this one for a while and the fact that I went there on our first session says it all for me. I highly recommend her.” ~ Gill, Scotland