Withdrawal can cause many physical, psychological and emotional symptoms. I have experienced that EFT is a safe methode which can reduce and sometimes even resolve those symptoms.
Countless examples in literature have shown that EFT is a very effective technique for the treatment of anxiety, severe trauma and even PTSD. In general, significantly fewer sessions are required for this than regular forms of therapy and there is little chance the complaints will return.
I am an ‘Accredited Certified EFT Practitioner’, member of EFT International to guarantee my clients the level of knowledge, training and quality of sessions. I use the methode daily to bring my clients relief from their symptoms.
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