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EFT Training Hong Kong, Emotional Freedom Techniques Accredited Practitioner Training

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EFT Training (Emotional Freedom Techniques)

EFT Level 1 and 2 Practitioner Certification Training accredited by EFT International

Use EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) to transform your own life, become a practitioner to help and empower others.

Consider this EFT training if you’d like to:

  • become a professional certified EFT practitioner
  • incorporate EFT into your existing practice (EFT integrates well with almost any helping modality, from massage and hypnotherapy to psychotherapy and coaching)
  • use basic EFT competently in a non-professional capacity.

This is a combined foundation and practitioner level three day training in which you will learn the full set of EFT skills.

EFT Level 1 is an introduction to the power of EFT where you learn foundational knowledge and skills. Whether your intention is to help yourself or to become a certified EFT practitioner, Level 1 is the first step and an essential part of the course.

In Level 2, you will gain a solid foundation in EFT, sharpening your technique and approach. Level 2 equips you to deal with a wide range of issues using tools from the EFT Toolbox, from releasing blocks and uncovering core beliefs to working with trauma and physical pain.

This training consists of 3 days in-person training with instructive and experiential learning, including live demonstration, practical hands-on practice in supervised pairs.
Plus:
– pre-course reading
– post-course reading and other materials
– follow-up Q&A session
– 2 live, post-course online group calls within two weeks of the training (to complete the 24 hours of training required for practitioner certification).

On completion, you will receive an Internationally recognised EFT Level 1 & 2 Certificate of attendance from EFT International.

[Note: Successful completion of Levels 1 and 2 is a prerequisite for EFT Practitioner Certification. Attending this three day training does not automatically confer Practitioner status.]

For practitioner certification, there is an additional mentoring and assessment process after this Level 1/Level 2 training. This includes practice, case studies and an online multiple-choice Practitioner exam.
Once you’ve completed all requirements, you receive practitioner certification and an “Accredited Certified EFT Practitioner” status with EFTi.

Dates: 28, 29, 30 May 2020. (NOTE: due to the current situation in HK the dates for this training may change to later in the year)
Friday 9:00 am – 5:30 pm
Saturday 9:00 am – 5:30 pm
Sunday 9:00 am – 5:30 pm
Venue : Central, Hong Kong

This is an Accredited EFT Practitioner Certification Training with EFT International – an organisation committed to advancing and upholding the highest standards for education, training, professional development and promotion of the skilful, creative and ethical application of EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques or “Tapping”) worldwide.


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What is EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques)?

EFT operates on the premise that no matter what part of your life needs to change for the better, there are unresolved emotional issues in the way. Even for physical issues, chronic pain, or medical conditions, research shows that emotional stress can impede the natural healing potential of the human body.

EFT is a mind-body technique that is safe, gentle, and non-invasive. It combines a gentle touch with conscious attention while we verbalise our thoughts and feelings. We tap with our fingertips on acupressure points on the hands, face and body while focusing on an issue we wish to resolve.

EFT combines the physical benefits of acupuncture with the cognitive and linguistic benefits of conventional talk therapy. This somatic-cognitive approach addresses the individual as a whole, providing a greater scope to heal, recover and to make positive changes in our lives.

EFT allows us to release and transform uncomfortable feelings like anger, hurt, guilt, fear or grief which may be affecting our daily lives. Using this technique helps to become aware of the negative thoughts and beliefs behind our emotional experiences, so we can change them to more helpful ones.

This powerful technique is often referred to as a psychological version of acupuncture, without the needles. The simple process of tapping on acupressure points on the body while bringing attention to the issue we want to resolve has the effect of changing the intensity of the uncomfortable emotions. EFT is a quicker and more efficient way to release blocks and achieve goals.

EFT helps with emotional as well as physical pain. Unresolved negative experiences reside as triggers and disruptions in our mind and body. The physical symptoms we feel from those disruptions (for example, tightening of chest, clenched stomach, heart racing, etc), become attached to the memory of that experience and affect the way we see the world, until we clear that disruption. Properly applied, EFT balances our autonomic nervous system and realigns our neural pathways; this disconnects the physical discomfort that we attach to negative feelings and memories, which often helps to remove the original symptoms.

The EFT premise is based on the view that the more unresolved emotional issues you can clear, the more equanimity and emotional freedom you will have in your life.

EFT has yielded remarkable results for relieving emotional and physical distress, and often works when nothing else will. Since it does not involve drugs or other medical interventions, it is different from conventional medical approaches, and is beginning to gain wider and wider recognition within the mainstream medical community.


Watch a video introduction to EFT here (by Gary Craig, founder of EFT):


Watch Professor Tony Stewart, a specialist in public health, talking about EFT on BBC News:


EFT has proven effective with a wide range of both physical and emotional issues. EFT Can Help to:

Relieve stress
Diminish anxiety and anxious fears and feelings
Release and transform painful, uncomfortable feelings like anger, guilt, grief, fear, etc.
Heal the effects of emotional trauma, including PTSD symptoms
Diminish cravings for foods and addictive substances
Resolve emotional eating and weight issues
Address relationship problems
Gain clarity to make decisions
Relieve symptoms of insomnia
Increase self-esteem, self-empowerment and confidence
Improve or even eliminate chronic physical discomfort or pain
Enhance performance in any area; sports, musical, artistic, professional, sexual, etc.
Resolve financial blocks
Increase energy and productivity
Empower children, parents and families
Benefit the lives of animals
Move us beyond negative, self-limiting thoughts and beliefs toward positive change

“When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves.” – Viktor Frankl

EFT: News, Science and Research

Frequently asked Questions

Is EFT only an energy based technique?
No.
It is a combination of acupressure, talk therapy and modern psycho-therapeutic tools like NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) and EMDR (Eye movement Desensitization and Reprocessing). The affirmations used in EFT are derived from NLP, and the 9 gamut procedure is similar to the process used in EMDR.
EFT also includes statements on self-acceptance – in therapy, the way we talk to ourselves is one of the most important tools in changing thought and behaviour patterns.

Is EFT safe?
Yes.
It is completely safe and there are no known negative side effects.

Is EFT a distraction technique?
No.
Distraction is “a thing that prevents someone from giving full attention to something else”. EFT requires a complete focus on the problem or issue throughout the session. Affirmations and reminder phrases are also used to keep a focus on the specific issue.

Why do we affirm the negatives in EFT?
Sometimes people are resistant to focusing on the negative while tapping. Either for fear of feeling the feeling, or fearing this will attract more negativity, or some other similar reason.
But one is already feeling these feelings. By identifying then vocalising them, one is bringing up that energy in the body and clearing the negative feelings, instead of suppressing them and having them subconsciously run one’s life. Expressing the negative statements serves to clear them energetically from the body-mind system.

Once you let go and clear, then you have room to bring in what you choose to feel instead. EFT brings one’s energy back to balance so negative feelings don’t stay there.