" Quote from Wikipedia: "Emotionally Focused therapy (EFT), also known as Emotion-Focused Therapy for Couples (EFT-C) is an empirically supported humanistic treatment that arose out of emotion theory and attachment theory. It views emotions as centrally important in the experience of self, in both adaptive and maladaptive functioning, and in therapeutic change.
Core emotions of attachment and fears of loss of attachment arise deep in the brain. The deeper into the brain one goes the less it is available to the fast pace of everyday awareness. "
"Quote from Debra Hollinrake: EFT are quick desensitiing techniques that help to release old or traumatic issues so you can move forward in life. Tapping specific points on your body is calming and soothing. When you add a few words to describe the upsetting issue as the body calms down, the issue eases also."
This is a rerun of April 4, 2013 Episode on FMG network.
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