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Areas of work for EFT and NLP


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  • Emotional healing: EFT focuses on releasing emotional blocks and traumas by tapping on specific acupressure points.

  • Stress and anxiety relief: EFT can help reduce stress, anxiety, and overwhelm by addressing the underlying emotional causes.

  • Trauma resolution: EFT is often used to effectively address and resolve traumatic experiences, including PTSD.

  • Emotional regulation: EFT can assist individuals in managing and regulating their emotions more effectively.

  • Self-esteem and confidence building: EFT can help improve self-esteem and confidence by addressing limiting beliefs and negative self-talk.

  • Phobia and addiction treatment: EFT is utilized to alleviate phobias and addictions by targeting the emotional triggers associated with them.


  • Personal development and growth: NLP techniques can be used to enhance self-awareness, personal effectiveness, and goal setting.

  • Communication skills: NLP provides tools and strategies to improve communication and build effective relationships.

  • Behavior change: NLP techniques can assist in transforming unhelpful behaviors and habits into more positive ones.

  • Overcoming limiting beliefs: NLP helps identify and reframe limiting beliefs that may be holding individuals back from achieving their full potential.

  • Performance enhancement: NLP techniques are utilized to improve performance in various areas, such as sports, public speaking, and leadership.

  • Motivation and goal achievement: NLP can help individuals clarify their goals, create effective strategies, and increase motivation to achieve them.

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Talk Therapy

  • Emotional support: Talk therapy provides a safe and supportive space to express and process emotions.

  • Relationship issues: Talk therapy can address relationship challenges, improve communication, and enhance intimacy.

  • Mental health concerns: Talk therapy is effective in managing conditions like depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder.

  • Coping with life transitions: Talk therapy can assist individuals in navigating major life changes, such as divorce, loss, or career shifts.

  • Self-exploration and self-awareness: Talk therapy helps individuals gain insight into themselves, their patterns, and their motivations.

  • Conflict resolution: Talk therapy offers techniques for resolving conflicts and improving problem-solving skills.

Areas of work

  • stress, anxiety, worry, anger

  • phobias, fears

  • grief and loss

  • cancer (the emotional strain of having it)

  • exhaustion, low energy, wellbeing

  • self acceptance

  • confidence issues

  • negative, limiting believes

  • traumas and PTSD, among others:

    • childhood traumas

    • discrimination

    • rape

    • bullying

  • physical issues, among others:

    • pain (treating the emotional strain of feeling pain, chronic pain)

    • skin issues

    • bloating

  • conflict resolution

  • insomnia

  • food cravings, weight issues,

  • children of parents with Borderline Personality Disorder

  • being in a relationship with someone with Borderline Personality Disorder 

  • unhappy and unfulfilling relationships

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