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EFT FOR GUILT

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GENERIC PROTOCOL

The purpose of Guilt is an emotion that lets us know when we’ve done something wrong.  It’s an emotional warning sign that most people learn through their normal childhood social development, that helps us develop a better sense of our behaviour and to understand how  it affects ourselves and others. It prompts us to re-examine our behaviour so that we don’t end up making the same mistake twice.  How come some people have no problem letting guilt go whilst others hang onto it for years or a lifetime?  Try looking into the “beliefs” that are being held onto and tap them out with EFT.  These maybe “I must please others”  “I cannot make a mistake”.   Here are some suggestions for tapping on the guilt alone:

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November 19, 2017 |

How to Cope with Clients Stuff

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ToolsThis article has kindly been submitted by Andy Hunt  (www.practicalwellbeing.co.uk)

In my recent article “Is your client poisoning you?” I wrote about the potential interactions between client and therapist and said

Afterwards I do work to dismantle those unhelpful reactions in me (this is why ongoing self-development and clinical supervision is so important for therapists).

However, I didn’t say what I do to work with those reactions, sometimes referred to as transference and counter-transference.

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June 24, 2017 |

Neuroplasticity and EFT

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Neuroplasticity

 

 

  

 

 

What has neuroplasticity got to do with EFT?

 The ability of neural networks to repair themselves became dramatically evident in research published in the 1990s. Stroke victims, for instance, who have lost access to parts of their brains, may be able to regain all or part of their lost functionality.

Their neural networks rewire around the parts of the brain damaged in the stroke, sometimes restoring full function.

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June 24, 2017 |

Psychodermatology and EFT

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SkinSkin reflects the mind and the mind reflects the skin.  Psychodermatology is an emerging subspeciality of dermatology and is the study and practice of the relation between skin disorders and psychological aspects.  The British Association of Dermatologists, together with psychiatrists and psychologists have formed a group aimed at raising awareness  on the psychosocial impact of skin disease and to promote multi-disciplinary management.  In the USA,  The Association for Psychoneurocutaneous Medicine of North America is an organization made up of dermatologists, psychiatrists, psychologists and allied health professionals dedicated to the study of the skin and mind connection.

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April 7, 2017 |

Early Childhood Trauma & Dissociation

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Thiis article is attributed to Malcolm Idoine

Introduction

This article briefly explores therapeutic theory and practice concerning the treatment of adults with severe infant childhood trauma (premature birth, ongoing serious illness, ongoing abuse, etc.), particularly those clients that as adults suffer from dissociative symptoms. It draws on a range of literature from the trauma field as well as specific literature on depersonalisation. (more…)

February 11, 2017 |

What is EFT?

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WHAT IS EMOTIONAL FREEDOM TECHNIQUE (EFT)?

Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) is the popular name for a therapeutic approach that combines the well proven techniques of exposure and cognitive restructuring with the addition of tapping with fingers on the upper part of the body. EFT is increasing in popularity as it can be self-applied to treat a wide range of physical, psychological and emotional issues.  (more…)

January 6, 2017 |

Are you a good therapist?

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Article submitted by Helena Fone

What does being a good therapist mean to you?  For me it means taking care of myself so I am able to provide a good service to my clients and students.  In other words it means.. ‘putting my own mask on before helping others’

Here are just some ways you can help yourself and there are others so just add them below…. (more…)

January 6, 2017 |
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