Emotional freedom techniques

Talk About EFT

A FREE online mini-series

Talk about EFT is a  FREE monthly one hour mini-series where our expert Practitioners discuss the most requested topics from our Mentoring days.

Each presenter is highly experienced in their field and we hope that these sessions will give both practitioners and students the opportunity to deepen their knowledge and insight in these important areas.

All sessions run on Zoom from 6 – 7pm GMT/BST. To reserve your FREE place please book below (please note numbers are limited to max 100 attendees).  If you book but can’t make the live session please can you let us know asap as we have waiting lists.

All The Talk About EFT Presentations Are Available To Watch Here

EFT & Couples Part 2 – Andy Bryce

We will look at the effect that unspoken expectations have on relationships. You enter into a relationship with expectations based on your observations of your parents and other couples. You may not be conscious that you have them until they are triggered. You may also bring past relationships into the current one. Such as, “I’ll never let that happen again”, or “No one will ever do that to me again.”

Another source of expectations is experience with your partner. When you get the same response a few times you begin to avoid certain behaviours or prepare yourself to deal with a now predictable reaction.

Immense pressure is released when a couple accepts each other as they are rather than how they ‘should’ be. Letting go of expectations and accepting each other promotes healthy communication and shortens the list of offences against each other.

EFT& Neurodiversity – Hannah Currant

Hannah Currant is an EFT Practitioner, shiatsu practitioner and a trained Supervisor. in the past few years, you may have had an increasing awareness of the number of adult clients coming through the door who are neurodivergent – especially adult women who are identifying they have or may have ADHD.
Historically, fewer women have been diagnosed with neurodevelopmental conditions such as ADHD, autism spectrum disorder, and dyspraxia. This is because women often present differently to men or boys with these conditions. For example, it is common for women with autism to mask their difficulties with social interactions (but the effort of doing this is exhausting and takes its toll); women and girls with ADHD may not appear as physically hyperactive as boys and therefore get labelled as a day-dreamer, shy, etc. rather than ADHD being considered.
People who are neurodivergent often experience more trauma throughout their lives due to society generally being suited to the needs of the neurotypical majority. People who are different to the ‘norm’ are often excluded, bullied, and exploited due to their differences. Recognising conditions like ADHD, autism, dyspraxia, etc. is complicated and requires specialist knowledge. There is often a lot of overlap with the effects of trauma, other mental health conditions, and different personality traits.
As practitioners of EFT, many of us feel ill-informed about different forms of neurodivergence, and lack confidence in how best to support these clients.
In recognising this I have teamed up with Consultant Occupational Therapist Lucy Wells, to create www.lunahtraining.com. We will be offering a free talk on recognising and understanding Neurodiversity for EFT practitioners, and sharing the benefits of EFT for this client group and some top tips on how to support this client group with more confidence and understanding. we look forward to meeting you online then!

Sign Up to Our Newsletter

Don’t miss out on our latest blog posts! Stay up-to-date with all the exciting content, insightful blogs, and valuable tips by signing up for our newsletter. Join our community today and be the first to receive updates, exclusive offers, and much more straight to your inbox.