Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some common answers to questions we frequently receive, which may assist with your queries.
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Main Website: Dr Peta’s main website, with apps and free EFT resources, and all training dates is here – please join the mailing list for advanced notice of training dates.
Individual Sessions: Please note Dr Peta is not seeing individual clients for sessions, but a list of practitioners who are trained in EFT is here.
Teacher Training in EFT: The Tapping in the Classroom Online Teacher Training is hosted on this website. Link is here.
Live Teleclass Links: These are sent via email after you have attended an in person EFT training. These are held every 3 months, and are also recorded and made available if you cannot attend live.
Proven EFT and Weight Management Program: The original clinical trial programs have now been enhanced and release to the public – this is 100% online although Dr Peta and Glenn Mackintosh are available in the online group twice a year for support. Join here.
Affiliate Program: The online weight program has an affiliate program and details are here if you would like to join and refer clients (and get paid).
Questions about EFT
What is EFT? EFT stands for Emotional Freedom Techniques and is considered a brief psychological strategy that combines a cognitive and somatic element. EFT uses the physical somatic activity of tapping with two fingers on acupressure points on the face and body, while stating the psychological problem out loud (cognition). Hence it is often called ‘tapping’.
How soon can I use EFT on my own? Use it on your own as soon as you understand the concept: Identify the problem/discomfort (unwanted feeling), Rate it 0-10 (10 being the highest level of that feeling that you can imagine), Setup by saying the feeling or problem out loud with an acceptance statement at the end (3 times), Tap the points with a brief reminder phrase of the uncomfortable feeling, Re-rate the feeling and Repeat the tapping until the feeling is 1 or 0. There’s no need to delay using the technique. However, always know you can seek the assistance and support of professional practitioners too.
What is the Research and Evidence? EFT has been found to be an “evidence-based” practice for anxiety, depression, phobias and PTSD when measured against the standards of the American Psychological Association’s Division 12 Task Force on Empirically Validated Treatments. EFT is also currently under review with the American National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP) for effectiveness.
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