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EFT for PTSD (EFT: Emotional Freedom Techniques) Paperback – February 1, 2009
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I can speak personally to the power of EFT with PTSD. That is because I faced a major life trauma. A few years ago, I was struck by a drunk motorcyclist in the middle of Bangkok, Thailand. I was there all alone, with broken bones, head injuries, and a sense of utter discouragement. On top of that, I was declared completely disabled and "unrehabilitateable." However, through my own consistent use of EFT, followed later by sessions with some highly skilled EFT Practitioners, I was able to recover and turn my life around.
Today, as a Psychologist who has dedicated her life to finding the most helpful tools available to support my client's healing, I am amazed at the transformations that I am honored to witness daily, both in myself and my clients, through the use of EFT.
Okay now, I realize...your initial response may be that EFT sounds "too good to be true." It did to me too.
So here's one helpful clue...Your logical mind may have a difficult time being convinced that such an unusual and easy to learn approach can work so effectively with painful and challenging issues. But the good news is, your "logical mind" doesn't have to be convinced...it is welcome to wait and see. You see it's not your logical mind, but more your "emotional brain" (the limbic system) that will be accessed and changed through this approach.Read more ›
This book is a top of the line handbook for anybody who is looking for new solutions for severe trauma. In addition to his own profound insights and never published background about the famous 6 days at the VA DVD, Gary Craig has invited EFT specialists from all over the country to tell their stories, share their experiences and teach profound and new material about how to help trauma victims heal with EFT.
In easy to read and re-read language, "EFT for PTSD" offers insights and encouragement for Veterans and their families, rape and other trauma victims, as well as those who wish to help them. Clear, ethical boundaries for this work are also discussed, and profound insights given to use EFT as a self help tool.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Straight from the founder of EFT, clear and skilful use of tapping for persons with PTSD. Thank you Gary Craig🙂Published 3 months ago by M. Hux
Good info, much is reviewed from previous work, shows detailed 'how-to' information that can be very helpful. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Dene Ballantine
This book will be helpful in in helping me to help my clients.I am newly certified in EFT and would like to some day be able to work with veterans and be able to relieve their... Read morePublished on February 16, 2014 by Mary Jane Bartels
I've only been using the Emotional Freedom Technique, or "tapping" for a few months, but I,m having amazing, positive results. Read morePublished on January 20, 2014 by Christine A. Nelson
For those who understand PTSD he is very clear on how to work with it. I am a therapist working on PTSD clients and I learned a lot of important information. What to do? Read morePublished on November 17, 2013 by Sheila E. Henry
This was an excellent book for understanding and treating Tramatic Experiences. Understanding and helping individuals who have suffered major trama in their lives as a result of... Read morePublished on August 20, 2013 by Robert Garfio
Gary Craig is positive and easy to understand. I work in a prison hospital and bought several copies to be able to share them with patients. Several have found it very helpful.Published on July 29, 2013 by NCD