There are many methods that claim to help people with emotional self-regulation. Few so wholly integrate both the mind and the body as EFT, or Emotional Freedom Technique. The practice combines the power of focused self-healing effort and physical kinetic science to produce a synergistic reaction, relieving the sufferer of their emotional pain.
When practicing as an EFT coach, you can teach your clients to center their emotions and thoughts in one part of their body. Then, relieve the pain caused by those feelings through spoken words and stimulation of specific pressure points. The key components are a series of gestures, phrases, and anatomical reference points, combined in different ways to target specific problems a person has. Doing this can potentially help with all kinds of psychological troubles. But, it isn’t an infallible method and it’s important not to promise anything.
ETF coaching is very specific
This type of coaching requires a specific set of practices that do not vary and cannot be skipped over. You want to make sure that you know your EFT theory inside and out. And, know how to communicate it to others before beginning to take clients. A coach is meant to be the person they can turn to for guidance as they take on this unfamiliar activity. You also want to be proactive in your coaching. Give your clients as much information as possible upfront. Doing so will allow them to be as confident as possible when they are starting out. They will undoubtedly still make mistakes or omissions that you will have to correct. Starting them off on the right foot can make a big difference.
Naturally, the first step to becoming an EFT coach is to learn and test the practice yourself. For this, there are various levels of certification available from The Tapping Solution, the leading site in EFT theory. After graduating from their programs, you will be a certified EFT Practitioner and can combine your new knowledge with your existing coaching skills in service of teaching others.