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EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique)

What Is EFT?

EFT, also known as ‘tapping’ is an energy psychology technique that involves gently tapping on specific points of the head and upper body to reduce unwanted feelings, thoughts, habits, beliefs and stresses.

Tapping uses special points along meridian lines based on Chinese systems of medicine. Applying gentle pressure to these points, while experiencing the unwanted symptomologies, can help to down-regulate the body’s response and find relief and relaxation. EFT can help the mind to remain calm and therefore encourage unhelpful thinking, beliefs or symptoms to be re-thought and changed.

It is a calming and very effective technique to create positive change, with a wealth of clinical studies to support its effectiveness. Please see Dr Peta Stapleton’s website for more on the latest research in EFT… https://www.petastapleton.com/science-of-tapping-2022


What Can It Help With?

EFT, or tapping, can help with many different conditions and areas of life. The following list gives some examples, but is by no means an exhaustive list. Please get in touch if you don’t see your requirements listed here.

  • Unhelpful or limiting beliefs
  • Unwanted thoughts or feelings
  • Habits or behaviours
  • Physical symptoms
  • Difficult or traumatic memories
  • Anxieties or stresses
  • Chronic pain or illness
  • Cravings and addictions
  • Depression or low mood
  • Weight management
  • Sleep issues
  • Self-improvement
  • Achieving goals
  • …and much more!

EFT Sessions:

I am an Accredited Certified EFT Practitioner and a member of EFT International and the EFT Guild. I am fully insured and enhanced DBS checked.

I offer EFT sessions in person at The Observatory Practice in Plymouth, online or on the phone. Sessions last approximately one hour.

Cost: £70


The Observatory Practice is situated within The Crescent in Plymouth, just a stone’s throw from the historic and beautiful Hoe. The Crescent is a late Georgian terrace of houses, full of character and original period features.

The Observatory occupies the top two floors of No 8. Our rooms are comfortable and welcoming, with waiting areas and bathroom facilities.