EFT Practitioners often encounter symptoms of unresolved emotional trauma when using Tapping with clients. Even working on seemingly innocuous issues can unexpectedly surface a sudden spike in emotional intensity from tapping into previously unrealized trauma. Frequently even newly-minted practitioners can use EFT Tapping to resolve the effects of the traumatic event, but other times they may find themselves in over their heads, resulting in a less optimum outcome.
This highly experiential training helps practitioners recognize the many faces of emotional trauma, and presents an organized model using Clinical EFT to help practitioners increase their confidence and ability to help trauma clients.
Led by nationally-respected EFT Expert and Certified Clinical Trauma Professional Judith
Frost, this 2-day training will:
Define clearly the nature of traumatic stress and its consequences
Apply theoretical models of traumatic stress using recent research findings
Explain how to recognize and treat the different types of trauma, and know when to refer
Recognize traumatic stress from biochemical, psychological, cultural and social perspectives
Describe theoretical models of Clinical EFT, and explore research using Clinical EFT and
recent brain science findings
Create optimum healing relationship in which reciprocal inhibition can safely take place
Use clinical judgment and multiple “gentle techniques” to resolve post-traumatic stress
Describe five ways to test efficacy of treatment sessions
Understand Vicarious Trauma and use therapist self-care
Provide multiple opportunities for supervised practice