Emotional Freedom Technique, EFT Tapping Sessions from Energy Medicine Summit
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Tap into Your Inner Calm, Broadcast on November 20, 2020 from Energy Medicine Summit November 16-21.
Hosted by Dondi Dahlin
With Julie Schiffman, MSW
Discover from Julie Schiffman, MSW, how tapping (EFT) can help to calm your nervous system in minutes. Transform the way you think about anxiety. It is actually here to help you, not ruin your life! Renew your relationship with yourself when you learn how to have a dialogue with that part that wants to protect you.
In This Session:
- Learn how to use tapping to create an alliance with anxiety
- Learn the strategy I use to help reduce anxiety in minutes
- Befriend the anxious thoughts and feelings so YOU can be in control of your life
Master’s Degree in Social Work, Expert EFT Practitioner, Holistic Coach
Julie Schiffman EFT, MSW, is an internationally recognized Expert EFT Practitioner. For more than 25 years, she has counseled thousands of clients, helping them break through physical and emotional barriers. Her life-changing YouTube videos have been viewed more than 4 million times. Julie is trained in various healing modalities but is best known for her expertise in Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT aka Tapping).
In her private practice, she uses various energy medicine techniques to help clients overcome physical and emotional challenges all over the globe. Julie was formerly the chief EFT practitioner at Dr. Mercola’s Center for Natural health for over 15 years and she regularly consults with patients at The Sophia Institute in Washington State with Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt. Julie has been a featured presenter for “The Annual Tapping World Summit” every year since its inception in 2008. She has presented for many other health related summits.
How Tapping EFT Changes Deep Emotional Learnings – Energy Medicine Summit Broadcast on November 17, 2020
Hosted by Kris Ferraro
With David Feinstein
Take a deep dive into the latest scientific findings on tapping (otherwise known as EFT, acupoint tapping, or energy psychology.) What do we know about what happens in the brain when we tap on our skin while having the client state a wide range of phrasings? And what does that have to do with emotional healing and well-being? This dynamic talk will look at the research on tapping, the 6 premises in energy psychology, and new developments in brain science to address these questions.
In This Session:
- Some 115 clinical trials published in peer-reviewed journal articles show that acupoint protocols are fast and effective with a wide range of issues
- Theories on how it works with the brain mechanisms beginning to be understood
- A compelling case study that shows the profound promise in this technique
Energy Psychology & David Feinstein, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist and a pioneer in developing innovative therapeutic approaches, leading to nine national awards for his books on consciousness and healing. He has served on the faculty of The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and has written nine books. He is a recipient of the Marquis Who’s Who Lifetime Achievement Award, the U.S.A. Book News Best Psychology/Mental Health Book Award of 2007, the Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology (ACEP) Outstanding Contribution Award (2002, 2012), and the Canadian Association for Integrative and Energy Therapies’ 2015 Outstanding Leadership Award.
He has, with his wife, Donna Eden, built the world’s largest and most vibrant organization teaching the hands-on use of Energy Medicine. Their 1,600 certified practitioners are serving thousands of clients and teaching hundreds of classes in the U.S., Canada, Latin America, Europe, Asia, and Australia. Their most recent book, The Energies of Love, achieved best-seller status on the NY Times Relationship List. David and Donna were honored by the Infinity Foundation as the first couple to receive its annual “Spirit Award” for their contribution to “the evolution of consciousness” and its “impact on society.”