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Emotional freedom is, I believe, a right not a privilege yet so many of us don't obtain this.  Feelings of pain, sorrow, guilt and fear are often triggered by being faced with a new or uncomfortable situation, words spoken by someone close to us or even something on tv.


This is exactly how I felt until I came across EFT and personally experienced the changes in myself.  What I particularly loved was how quickly and gently the negative emotions were released.  EFT is such a part of my life now and yet the effects and different uses still amaze me.


Having worked in a supportive role with both adults and children with a range of difficulties, I often felt limited in enabling them to move on.  This is when I decided that I wanted to become an EFT therapist so that I could assist and empower people just as I had been.


I am also a mother of 2 children and recognise that as well as being a time of joy, parenthood can also be a difficult time; whether that is the fear about giving birth/becoming a new parent or after the baby is born and the pressures and worries that can accompany that.  There is no doubt that it is a hard job but we do not have to suffer in silence or feel a failure for admitting it (in fact you may be surprised at how many people are feeling the same).  EFT can be really helpful during this time and as it is something you can learn during the sessions, you can then use it at home whenever you need/want to.  This is an unusual, and I think really positive, aspect to this technique.


As an Advanced (Level 3), qualified EFT practitioner I am passionate about what I do and am committed to ongoing training.  This ensures that I will remain informed as the technique advances.


I have also completed levels 1 & 2 in counselling skills.