“I could not do my trauma work without Tapping.”
~ Bessel van der Kolk, PhD
“Tapping is the most powerful intervention I’ve encountered in 25 years of work.”
~ Eric Leskowitz, MD, Harvard Medical School
If you work with people in any capacity – therapist, counselor, body worker, sales person, small business owner, teacher – you are also working with their trauma. Whether you – and they – realize it or not.
We all experience trauma – small, medium or big – relational, event driven or systemic. And trauma keeps us stuck.
Here’s what you need to know:
- Different experiences traumatize different people – differently.
- Research shows trauma leaves an imprint in our minds, our brains and our bodies.
- Unless trauma is moved through the body, the effects of trauma continue to keep us “stuck.”
- Simply talking about trauma is often re-traumatizing, with no positive benefit.
So, what is the most effective way to identify – and resolve – trauma, big and small?
EFT Tapping is a rapid trauma resolution method that combines:
- Imaginal Exposure
- Somatic Activation
- Amygdala/Pre-frontal Cortex Rewiring & Deactivation
- Information Processing & Reprocessing
- Cognitive Restructuring
- Memory Reconsolidation
- Eye Movement Reprocessing
It also increases serotonin and decreases cortisol by as much as 49%.
Can you (or your clients) afford not to be Tapping?
Join us in November for a powerful EFT Event specifically designed to help you identify and resolve traumas that are getting in your financial way. Debt, chronic underemployment, insufficient income, difficulty marketing, trouble using your voice or being seen, compulsive shopping, or even money hoarding and miserliness – these are all signs that you may have unresolved trauma around the issues of self-worth and/or money.
There’s lots to learn and lots to do – and best of all, lots of change that is possible in a very short period of time. This 2 day, 14 hour event led by 5 experts will cost you as much as 2 hours of therapy. It’s a great value and I really hope you can join us.
Melissa Lester Olson, LCSW