What if you could get rapid relief of mental/emotional stress, physical pain and disease through tapping on the body?..Well you can!.
Depression, anxiety and panic attacks are not signs of weakness they are signs of having had to stay strong for too long. We all get stuck no matter how intelligent or capable we are. On the physical level I believe You deserve to live in a body free of pain and dis-ease. Iam passionate about helping you get your health and happiness back.
Imagine tapping your pain away… sounds strange, but it works! This unique and powerful tapping technique releases stress and overwhelm from your Mind and Body. Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) or ‘Tapping works on the premise that all negative emotions are a disruption in the energy system—the same network of energy meridians that acupuncturists use.
What does a session look like?
Sessions can be conducted in person, by phone or by Skype.
Instead of using needles, the EFT practitioner has the client tap on specific acupuncture points with their fingers, while focusing on negative emotions, physical sensations and recollections. When applied properly, the technique often provides immediate relief. Repeated rounds of tapping may bring about a complete discharge of the negative emotional intensity associated with a particular memory.
This doesn’t mean the memories disappear, they simply lose any emotional content. Feelings like fear, or anger, shame or grief seem to fade away. This process often seems to make room for insight and compassion. Follow-up, even months later typically shows no return of these negative feelings.
One great advantage of the EFT process is that it can work without re-traumatising the client and avoid “flooding” the client with emotion.
EFT is remarkably effective. To fully discharge one specific memory may take, on average, anywhere from 20 minutes to an hour. These seemingly miraculous results are possible because EFT addressed the root of the problem: the disturbance in the client’s energy system, rather than hashing over the memory itself.As specific memories are discharged one after another, a “generalisation effect” begins to take place, and similar memories begin to lose their intensity automatically. In other words, if a combat veteran has 100 traumatic war memories, it may only be necessary to tap on ten to twenty of them for complete relief.
EFT has been used effectively for combat vets, police, fire and paramedics, victims of rape and violent assault, survivors of natural disasters, accidents, terrorist attacks and childhood abuse. As traumatic memories are “collapsed” the energy that was going toward repressing them is restored, and many related problems, including physical complaints, tend to spontaneously resolve.
EFT- What can EFT help me with?
Over 20 clinical trials published in peer-reviewed medical journals have demonstrated that EFT is effective for phobias, depression, anxiety, PTSD and other problems. Clinical trials have shown that EFT (Tapping) is able to rapidly reduce the emotional impact of memories and incidents that trigger emotional distress.
The below video shows the amazing results of EFT.
All sessions are strictly confidential.
Give me the Scientific proof
An exciting set of research was undertaken by Dr. Dawson Church. His team performed a randomized controlled trial to study how an hour-long tapping session would impact the stress levels of 83 subjects. To do this, Dr. Church and his team measured their level of cortisol, a hormone secreted by the body when it undergoes stress. Their findings? The average level of cortisol reduction was 24%, with a whopping reduction of almost 50% in some subjects! In comparison, there was no significant cortisol reduction in those who underwent an hour of traditional talk therapy.
Dr. Church also created The Stress Project, which teaches tapping to war veterans suffering with PTSD. The results have been astounding: an average 63% decrease in PTSD symptoms after six rounds of tapping. It’s mind-blowing and exciting research, which has converted many non-believers in the scientific community along the way. All signs indicate that this trend of revealing research and swayed skeptics will continue as millions of people around the globe continue to discover the power of tapping.
Harvard Medical School psychiatrist Rick Leskowitz, director of the Integrative Medicine Project at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital and a longtime practitioner of the technique, called it “the most impressive intervention I’ve encountered in 25 years of work”. Further more Leskowitz said “EFT is on its way to being recognized as the treatment of choice for PTSD – quicker and more effective than anything else, with improvements not typically seen in standard medication or cognitive-behavioral therapy.”
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Here are some results from my clients:
I was involved in a motor vehicle accident a few years before this and ended up suffering PTSD, this triggered emotions from my childhood that I had suppressed, and before I knew what was happening and how to control it, anxiety, fear, and panic was my life.
I very rarely slept, the panic and anxiety would creep in at night, when it was at its worst, the fear of being left alone with my thoughts was terrifying, so I would numb it with alcohol just to sleep and be free for a while. In the end I was secretly self-medicating myself with alcohol, as this was the only way I could partially control it and go out in public. This worked for a while.
Working with Cal was a breath of fresh air, literally!
The sessions were amazing, during my first session I felt a lot of emotions come up and with Cal counselling me through my feelings, giving me the belief in myself that I could beat this and live a normal life, I released so much fear which I could never have done on my own, I had tried with traditional counselling sessions. I truly believe it was Cal’s belief and her experience in PTSD and Anxiety, combining this with her EFT techniques (which I believe where the major contribution to my recovery) that made all the difference. Back then, they were the only times I felt free, and able to breathe.
Today I am anxiety, stress, and depression free, I no longer drink alcohol to function, and I am off all my medication and I no longer see my psychologist and I am saving myself a fortune! Without Cal I don’t want to think where my life was heading. Thank you Cal, these words really don’t touch the sides how you helped save me from my world.
My husband experienced enormous difficulty in his relationship with his parents and older brother. Since his death, their anger and grief has been directed towards me with physical and emotional violence, accusations and blame. This situation escalated over the months after his suicide and I myself became suicidal and was formulating a plan to end my own life. I was just holding on to the end of the settlement, then I believed I would finally be able to join him.
When I first came to Caroline it was all I could do to drive the 15k to see her. I found daily tasks overwhelming and connecting with others was extremely painful. Caroline welcomed me into her healing space with a wonderful balance of professionalism and deep authentic caring. Her professionalism in being totally client focused and maintaining boundaries in our relationship blended perfectly with her deep understanding, knowledge and experience in a range of modalities. This allowed me place trust in her when I couldn’t trust myself. In reflection, I can clearly see that Caroline’s own faith in our process was a key element in creating what has become, one of the – if not the most powerful healing experiences of my life.
I have undertaken many, many of hours of counselling to address past issues of abuse, violence, addiction and breast cancer. I like to think that I have insight into my underlying belief constructs, emotional patterns, deep wounds and the behaviours that play out these hurts. This situation was totally different to previous crises I had worked through in that I was absolutely powerless to rectify what had happened. This is a process of accepting the unacceptable, forgiving the unforgivable and loving the unlovable. With Caroline I have been able to experience this.
Traditional counselling has felt more harmful than helpful. I could understand intellectually that Simon’s decision to suicide was not my fault, although I was being told by his family that it was. I battled fiercely with feelings of injustice, resentment, frustration, abandonment and betrayal. I was so vulnerable that the experience of reliving the narrative would result in further trauma, and to this day still does. I needed to find support on a body, mind and spiritual level for this was so much bigger than what I could handle by myself.