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EFT: Emotional Freedom Technique

Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) is an emotional, needle-free version of acupuncture based on new discoveries regarding the connection between your body's subtle energies, your emotions, and your health. At Biofeedback Health Services, Steve Kahan has had great success covering a huge range of emotional, health, and performance issues in the sports, business, and stage performance fields.


Biofeedback Health Services combines the effectiveness of EFT with behavioral modulation. It often works where nothing else will.


What is EFT?

Energy meridians that run through our body can be blocked or disrupted by unresolved emotional issues, thereby compromising our natural healing potential. Quite often, people are aware of the events or memories that trigger emotional discomfort in their lives, but they have not yet connected those memories to the symptoms of disease in their bodies. Using EFT, it is possible to revisit the event(s) in question and balance the disturbed meridians. Properly done, both emotional anguish and the physical symptoms often subside. Although based on acupuncture, EFT has simplified the realignment process by gently tapping on key meridian points on the head, torso and hands. Traditional acupuncture needles are not necessary in this process.


EFT generates its results by balancing the body’s energy meridians while the client “tunes in” to their problem in a gentle, conversational manner. In this way, an important link is established between mind and body. Certain meridian points are stimulated by fingertip tapping, while the client focuses on the issue to be resolved.


A simple way to explain how the EFT strategies work is to use the analogy of a circuit breaker in your kitchen. Once the circuit is over-powered, you cannot turn the lights on until the circuit breaker has been reset. EFT resets the circuits in a person’s body and mind. This acupressure-based healing modality was pioneered by renowned chiropractor George Goodheart, furthered by medical doctor John Diamond and psychologist Roger Callahan, and dramatically simplified and improved by Stanford engineer Gary Craig. For more information go to EFT.com (permission granted by Gary Craig ).