Many people who have struggled with issues such as anxiety, depression, insomnia, addiction, and obsessive-compulsive disorder have found great success when applying emotional freedom techniques to their recovery process. For those who have been a part of a traumatic experience, EFT can also be extremely beneficial in helping to process the trauma and learn how to cope with it.
Engaging in EFT can help a person who has been through trauma to begin coping, healing, reducing their potential for emotional relapse and start promoting a strong sense of self-awareness. The EFT process lasts only 90 seconds and consists of four simple steps (RATT) that have proven to help reduce symptoms of trauma significantly. This four-step process goes as follows:
These four steps help control your body’s energy fields in ways that allow you to begin processing and understanding your trauma. Rather than becoming closed off to treatment, this form of therapy helps relax you into being able to focus on what needs to be accomplished in your treatment for you to begin to accept your trauma and move past it.
Living with an untreated traumatic experience can become extremely dangerous for your overall mental and psychological health. By participating in treatment such as EFT, you can start addressing the issues that surround your trauma so you can begin to live a happy, healthier life free of the burdens of your experience.
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