EFT & IET/NPL Therapy

What is EFT?

Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) is a therapeutic tool for addressing, releasing, unblocking, and clearing anxieties, fears, trauma, limiting beliefs and addictions. It is a gentle, effective way to transform issues blocking emotional happiness or personal achievement.

EFT is developed from the ancient Chinese meridian energy system – it is similar to acupuncture but without the needles and is based on the premise that all negative emotions are the result of a disruption in the body’s energy system. EFT works by clearing the blockage or disruption by tapping on the end points of the body’s energy meridians (while thinking of a specific issue) which sends pulses of energy to rebalance the body’s energy system in relation to that thought/specific issue.

Scientific studies show that there is a link between tapping and calming the amygdala in the brain, the part that is responsible for the fight or flight (sympathetic nervous system) response. By lowering our stress and cortisol levels we can potentially support our immune system, heal from burn out, re-balance our body and mind, sleep deeper and feel more energised.

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The effect of emotional freedom techniques on stress biochemistry: A

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Clinical EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) Improves Multiple

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While EFT seems to have supported positive changes in many emotional and physical issues to date, it should not be used instead of appropriate medical care. You should always consult your doctor before using any form of self-treatment.

Integrated Energy Techniques (IET) and NLP

Using a blend of the most effective personal change techniques of EFT, Hypnotherapy and NLP combined with traditional therapeutic techniques we explore the underlying root causes of the issue, as well as your desired outcomes & solution. I work creatively and with flexibility, customising my approach to suit you individually according to which methods you respond most positively to.

What is Neuro Linguistic Therapy (NLP)?

NLP is an offshoot of Hypnotherapy and Psychotherapy. It originated in the 1970s from the work of Dr Richard Bandler – a Mathematician, and John Grinder – a linguist. They studied the work of three highly successful but very different therapists: Fritz Perls, the originator of Gestalt Therapy, Virginia Satir, the brilliant family therapist and Milton Erickson MD, the phenomenally successful Medical hypnotherapist.

NLP uses techniques to help you understand how you came to think, behave, and communicate the way you do, and provides a framework in order to learn how to manage your emotions effectively.

NLP proffers to change the way you think and learn which may help to bring more positive behaviours, with the potential to lead to successful goals and achievements.

This means that NLP can be powerful in remedial contexts, such as therapy, where people may want to change limiting or harmful behaviours, as well as in those areas where we utilise its precise ways to identify how someone who is successful is achieving their results consistently.

A key element in NLP methods is how rather than why.

There is clinical evidence that EFT, IET and NLP may help with the following conditions:

  • Addictions and cravings
  • Anxiety and panic attacks
  • Anger
  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS)
  • Concentration
  • Depression and sadness
  • Fears and phobias
  • Grief and loss
  • Guilt
  • Insomnia
  • Jealousy
  • Pain management
  • Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Relationship issues
  • Self-image issues
  • Stress
  • Shyness
  • Traumatic memories

One of the great benefits of both EFT and IET/NLP is that it can take place either face to face or by phone/via Skype/Zoom.

I offer 60-minute sessions for £60 for EFT or IET/NLP

Or 90 minutes for £90

Book your FREE 15-minute session to discuss if EFT or NLP is suitable for you here

About Me

I am a registered Naturopath, and Nutritional Therapist, specialising in female health alongside traditional multiple health conditions.

In addition, I have now also completed additional training in Cancer and Integrative Oncology with the Peat Institute and enrolled in their mentorship programme, this ensures that I keep up to date with the latest research, I also have the support of Patricia Peat who has many years of experience of supporting clients with cancer.

My journey into nutrition started by initially training at university to become a qualified Home Economist, then after a personal experience with Naturopathy I became interested in a different approach to health and trained as a Naturopathic Nutritional therapist myself.

When not supporting clients on a 1:1 basis or mentoring, I also provide lectures at health conferences.