Day 1: Through lecture, live demonstration, large and small group practice, participants of this introductory level course will learn to do the following:
1. Explain the origin of tapping techniques and name the developers of the techniques
2. Demonstrate Grounded Breathing
3. Identify key words and body language during initial client interview to create customized EFT/Tapping treatments
4. Evaluate a client’s subjective assessment of emotions and body sensations (SUDS).
5. Identify and locate core and hand tapping points.
6. Explain the importance of client-therapist attunement during tapping.
7. Describe the contribution emotions make to physical pain and body sensations.
8. Explain “chasing the pain” and “rising emotions”.
Day 2: Through lecture, live demonstration, large and small group practice, participants of this introductory level course will learn to do the following:
1. Interpret peer-reviewed, published research on EFT to analyze the efficacy of EFT/Tapping Techniques.
2. Discuss how EFT integrates with major psychological theories.
3. Demonstrate four ways to deliver EFT/Tapping for a range of disorders.
4. Describe the importance of shifting perspective in treating trauma.
5. Describe the different types of aspects used in tapping.
6. List the limitations of EFT/Tapping.
7. Describe modifications to EFT for various client populations.
8. List the benefits of Borrowing Benefits.