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Emotional Freedom Technique

Emotional Freedom Technique is based on information similar to acupuncture. It’s based on the idea that different physical regions of the body, or meridians, carry potential to be tapped into when it comes to processing emotions. Much like acupuncturists believe placing needles in such points can release or channel energy, emotional freedom technique works to place physical touch (NOT needles) in such regions to help the client work through various psychological issues.

Results For Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) Therapists

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Maria Lewis @ The Whole Soul

  • LCSW Student Intern

cat-icon 4125 Temescal St, Fair Oaks, CA 95628, USA

Dawn Wade, MA, LMFT, ATR, CHT

  • Counseling and Specialized Trauma therapy options for Adults- including EMDR, Brainspotting, Mindful

  • Adult focus: individual and couples (partnered or married)- Holistic Counseling, Psychotherapy, Art Therapy, EMDR, and hypnotherapy
cat-icon 3175 Sunset Boulevard, Suite 104, Rocklin, CA, USA

Kim McLaughlin, LMFt

  • Are you tired of feeling ashamed about overeating?

  • Individual therapy and couples therapy
cat-icon 300 Harding Boulevard Suite 108, Roseville, CA, USA

Alice Rodriguez— Associate Professional Clinical Counselor #6094; Heartstrings Counseling

  • Brainspotting Certified; Anxiety, Trauma and Addiction Specialization and First Responder Trained

  • A place for hope, healing and recovery.

Terryn Middlebrooks, LMFT, MS, BS

  • Experienced attachment and trauma-focused talk therapist

  • Helping people with stress symptoms learn to "people" again
cat-icon 2130 Professional Drive, Roseville, CA, USA

Jason Markel, AMFT

  • Associate Marriage and Family Therapist at Darla Gale Counseling & Authentic Counseling Associates

  • Providing compassionate, client-centered counseling to adults, couple's and teens that is empowering, and tailored to the needs of the client.


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