2nd April 2016 at 10:00 am - 3rd April 2016 at 5:00 pm
About Tapping EFT Level 1 Training:
Doing EFT Level 1 training will give you the skills and knowledge to help you manage your own stress and also to work with friends and family.
It’s designed for you if you would like to use it for yourself and also if you want to take the first step towards becoming a practitioner.
The EFT Level 1 training follows the course and syllabus of AAMET.
After the EFT Level 1 training, you will know the points to tap on (as well as other points to use to tackle deeper issues), how to identify the issues you need to tap on, what to do when tapping isn’t working, and really hone and improve your technique.
Even for people who have done a lot of tapping on their own, they find that they learn so much over the 2 days.
EFT is an excellent stand-alone therapy and is also a great add-on to existing therapies such as counselling, psychotherapy, reflexology etc.
On completion of the course, you will receive a certificate of attendance.
The course will cover the following topics:
EFT Origins and Background
EFT Basic Recipe
How to select the issues to tap on
Intensity Meter/SUDs Scale
Dealing with excessive intensity
EFT for Physical Issues
EFT for cravings
Troubleshooting EFT – when results aren’t happening
EFT Practice Sessions
Personal Peace Procedure
Level 1 is held over 2 days, and is held at Oscailt, 8 Pembroke Road, Dublin 4.
The cost of the EFT Level 1 training course is €295, with an early bird discount of €45, for payment received by 18 March 2016.
If you would like to deepen your knowledge of EFT or would like to become a practitioner, you can continue on to Level 2.
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