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EFT Power Training™ – Medical Care Professionals
EFT Power Training™ for Health Care Professionals takes the breakthrough methods of Energy Psychology and applies them to a clinical setting. EFT Power Training™ introduces a set of brief, structured Energy Psychology interventions that can be used even in a busy clinic, hospital, or HMO practice.
Energy Psychology makes use of instinctive human stress-alleviation points on the body that many people stimulate naturally and unconsciously when under stress. It organizes these points into a routine that takes less than two minutes to perform but has been shown to dramatically reduce emotional trauma.
“By removing emotional trauma, EFT helps heal physical symptoms too.”
—Norman Shealy, MD
Founder, American Holistic Medical Association
The majority of health care professionals report experiencing depression (38%), anxiety (74%), and thoughts of suicide or self-harm (75%), according to a survey published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine (Campbell et al., 2007).
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, health care employment has dropped by over 524,000 amid an ongoing labor shortage (Huckestein, 2022).
According to a study published in Business and Management Review, burnout remains the driving force of labor shortages (Best, 2021). In addition, 41% of workers are more burned out than before, while 35% are uncomfortable discussing burnout with their boss (Half, 2022).
Research has shown that Energy Psychology improves mental health. It has been evaluated in sites and populations as diverse as dental offices (where it reduced or eliminated anxiety in 100% of patients), college students prior to exams, and even cases of severe emotional damage such as combat veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), where it produced 63% drops in PTSD.
Energy Psychology can also alleviate physical symptoms. One study found it reduced pain by 48% after a 30-minute treatment, with a further drop in pain scores to 35% on 30-day follow-up.
Even when applied to peak achievers, Energy Psychology can catalyze huge improvements in creativity and performance. A randomized double-blind trial of peak performers at Oregon State University showed a 38% difference between those who used Energy Psychology and those receiving a placebo.
An intensive training
EFT Power Training™ for Health Care Professionals is an intensive course that trains participants in the use of three basic Energy Psychology techniques and gives them an understanding of the science behind the methods. The three techniques are EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques), TAT (Tapas Acupressure Technique), and WHEE (Wholistic Hybrid of EFT and EMDR). The training demonstrates how to use these techniques for common patient problems, both physical and psychological.
The three methods are easy to learn and use. However, the therapeutic understanding required to apply them most effectively takes the focused training delivered by this course, which details the genetic, connective tissue, electromagnetic, hormonal, and neurological mechanisms by which Energy Psychology works.
EFT Power Training™ demonstrates how to apply Energy Psychology in a clinical setting and how to solve problems that commonly arise there. The training is three to five days in duration and can be done onsite at a hospital, outpatient facility, or clinic.
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“Try Emotional Freedom Techniques, an alternative treatment involving tapping on certain points of the body while the patient holds a disturbing emotion in mind. Its proponents say this process balances the body’s energy system and that it can ease depression, anxiety, anger, fear and phobias and eliminate the effects of a trauma, without medication.”
Washington Post, November 21, 2008
“I frequently use EFT for my patients with great results.”
—Eric Robins, MD
Kaiser Permanente Hospital, San Diego
“EFT is at the forefront of the new healing movement.”
—Candace Pert, PhD
Author of Molecules of Emotion
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