EFT lets you release the emotional hitches that snag you.
Think of it like a home makeover, but for your mind. The old boxes of clutter are gone, the place feels airy, and you don’t hate living there.
EFT is considered a great treatment for depression, anxiety, PTSD, and other conditions. I’ve used it with transformative results for folks with these conditions and for grief, anger, stress and worry.
It produces clinically significant results– as I like to say, it works like a hot damn.
Each session shifts things. (Fair warning: don’t book a session if you’re not ready for change!)
How does it work?
Think: acupuncture for the mind. Tapping yes, needles no.
For more detailed information, read my article on how it works.
Having an outside perspective is what coaching is about. Imagine getting to ask someone who’s been there before, who’s studied and travelled the terrain you find yourself on. You get access to someone with a map for the journey.
A coach can guide you further along the chancy parts of the path than going it alone. For example, I can point you to the things in your blind spot that are causing you to stumble.
And, just like a close friend who sees your brilliance, I will show you your “bigness” blind spots too.
We work together to create a true-to-you life with meaning and fun.
In my sessions, coaching and EFT go hand-in-hand. When you get a new realization of what’s holding you back, we tap on it right away to release it. That means you don’t have to go home and practice positive thinking until your willpower runs out! You leave the session with your own natural insight and inspiration able to come through.
Think of coaching as another type of relationship – we both contribute energy to keep it healthy. I give you 100% of my compassionate attention and expertise. In return, I ask that you be open, accountable, and willing to lean lovingly into your edges. You won’t be doing it alone!