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All references to EFT on this website are provided as a good faith effort to expand the use of EFT in the world. It represents the ideas of Dr. Dennis W. Bressack and Abby K. Bressack and does not necessarily represent those of Gary Craig or EFT.
EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) is a form of Energy Psychology developed by Gary Craig. It is a simple, gentle, painless technique of tapping on specific acupuncture points while thinking about an issue. In our coaching practice, we can sometimes reach a stage when our client gets stuck, and EFT is a perfect tool to unstick them. For example, we worked with a client who said that she couldn’t accomplish a particular goal because she was lazy. Tapping while stating sentences such as “Even though I think that I am lazy, I deeply and profoundly love and accept myself,” helped to unstick her and helped her move forward toward accomplishing that goal.