What Is EFT?


What does EFT mean? EFT is short for Emotional Freedom Techniques.

EFT is also known as 'Tapping'. It is a form of Energy Therapy; some well-known energy therapies you may have already heard of are acupuncture, acupressure, reflexology, yoga etc.

EFT is a blend of modern psychology and acupressure. It uses the meridians (from acupressure) to help the body’s energy to flow naturally and free any blockages which may have formed.

EFT was developed by Gary Craig in the 1990s in USA as a more simplified and accessible version of TFT (Thought Field Therapy). A practicing psychologist Dr Callahan developed TFT after studying health practises from the East and tapping on the meridian points to help his clients.

It is a non-invasive therapy where the practitioner will target the client’s unwanted, unhelpful emotions. Together they will tap on acupressure points re-balancing the emotional state. Unlike talk based therapies the whole story does not need to be discussed to get results, making it ideal for people who don’t want to or find it too painful to talk about.


What can EFT be used for?








 In fact, it has been said by Gary Craig, EFT developer to “Try it on everything!” 

What have you got to lose? 

In the book you will see many examples of how EFT has been used and how it has helped people.

Disclaimer: EFT must be used as recommended. While it helps many people, we cannot guarantee results. Treatments are not intended to be, or serve as a substitute for, professional, medical, psychological advice, examination, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your GP or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical or psychological condition.