Tapping Chart and Brief description of EFT
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Suzanne Gardner-Cuthbert practices her own version of EFT. You must take full responsibility for the use of EFT. Please consult your GP before using EFT. If your issue has resolved after using EFT, you should not stop taking any prescribed medication until you have consulted with your GP. EFT must not be used by anyone with a history of epilepsy, schizophrenia or other serious mental health disorder and for those who have been so badly traumatised and in their lifetime that have developed severe psychological problems.
A Basic Description Of The EFT Tapping Procedure
Before the tapping commences, the emotional intensity of the issue is assessed on a scale rating of 0-10. With 10 being the most intense feeling.
After this assessment, the process commences with tapping a point on the hand whilst verbalising the problem and finishing the sentence with a self acceptance statement (Even though I have this________________I deeply and completely aspect myself). For clients who do not feel comfortable with the self acceptance statement, a modified statement can be used.
After the tapping process on the hand has been completed three times, the other points are tapped. Starting from the head point and working down the body, self tapping each point, whilst verbalising a shortened statement and tuning into the problem. The rate of the emotional intensity is then reassessed. In most cases the original intensity of the issue will have reduced and a new scale rating is recorded.
Further rounds of the full tapping procedure are completed until the emotional intensity of the issue has reduced to a zero (no intensity) or is at very low level.
The above description is intended to describe a brief outline of the tapping process and does not describe the process in full detail.