Meridian Psychotherapy (EFT)
Meridian Psychotherapy is a type of therapy that combines traditional talk therapy with a form of energy healing known as Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT).
This method of therapy has been shown to be effective and can produce noticeable results in a relatively short amount of time. The technique involves tapping on specific points on the body to release negative emotions and blockages, in addition to talking about these emotions and experiences with a therapist.
The integration of energy healing and talk therapy makes Meridian Psychotherapy a unique and powerful therapeutic approach.
How does Meridian Psychotherapy work
Meridian Psychotherapy is a type of therapy that combines traditional talking therapy with energy healing techniques. The goal of this approach is to provide prompt relief for emotional problems. It works by calming and neutralizing negative thoughts and emotions, as well as upsetting events and memories that can cause disruptions in the body’s meridian systems.
This process helps to restore balance by releasing blocked energy systems, reducing emotional distress. Meridian Psychotherapy also aims to calm the fight-or-flight response in the brain and re-file upsetting events as neutral to reduce stress and anxiety. There is research data from Harvard Medical School and psychology journals that supports the benefits of working with specific meridian acupoints for reducing amygdala activity in the brain related to fear, stress, phobias, PTSD, trauma, and anxiety.
How is Meridian Psychotherapy performed
Meridian Psychotherapy is a therapeutic technique that involves exploring your emotional difficulties and problems by tapping on specific points along the body’s energy pathways known as meridians. Each meridian is associated with specific organs, body systems, and emotions and has a endpoint on the skin referred to as an acupoint.
The client taps on their own acupoints while the therapist taps on herself to demonstrate the technique. The therapist will guide the client through the process, starting with the client focusing on a negative aspect of their problem and assigning it a score (between 0-10) based on the level of distress they are experiencing. Each round of tapping is focused on reducing this score, and as the score decreases, the focus shifts towards a more positive outlook. The final rounds focus on affirmations and inspiration.
How is it Experienced?
Meridian Psychotherapy, like other therapeutic interventions, can sometimes lead to the release of pent-up emotions and trauma in the form of an abreaction.
This can manifest as physical symptoms such as shaking, crying or feeling emotional, indicating the release of blocked energy from the body.
Issues It Can Help With
- Post-traumatic Stress
- Childhood Issues
- Negative Memories
- Psychosomatic disorders
- Physical Pain
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Please note that due to the high demand for my services and my commitment to providing quality care to my clients, I may not always have the availability to take on new clients. If I am full at this time, I apologize for any inconvenience.