The original “Energy Psychology”, TFT (Thought Field Therapy) has been shown to be effective in the treatment of PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), Trauma, Anxiety, Phobias, Anger, Guilt, Addictions, Sexual issues, Relationship Problems, Marriage and Family problems, Family of Origin issues and more.
Learn to Use Thought Field Therapy(TFT), at a Suzanne Connolly Workshop training, and learn how to integrate TFT with the traditional and alternative therapy approaches you already use. Thought Field Therapy can help restore balance to the autonomic nervous system by reducing stress via illiciting the “relaxation response”. You will learn to use Thought Field Therapy to reduce the life-limiting effects of past traumas and limiting belief systems. Because, no two individuals are alike; you will learn how to tailor Thought Field Therapy treatments to your clients’ unique individual goals and needs and to your own personal therapy style.
About Thought Field Therapy
Thought Field Therapy, or TFT, is a non-invasive brief therapy technique that has been developed and refined over the last thirty years by the late California Psychologist, Dr. Roger Callahan. During a Thought Field Therapy session, the client is asked to think about a specific issue that is troublesome. This is commonly an anxiety, a phobia, past trauma, loss, grief, or feelings of anger, depression or physical pain. (Typically, the client has been stuck in these feelings for a long time and knows that their feelings are irrational, but other therapies have not helped.)
The client is then asked to quantify their feelings on a scale of 0 to 10, with 10 representing the most intense feelings of upset. Next, the client is asked to tap on his or her own body in specific places, or energy points, in a specific order. The most surprising thing for clients and therapists alike is that, despite their original skepticism, most clients report that TFT really does work. While Suzanne, or any other therapist, cannot offer any guarantees, clients typically try but cannot get back the original feeling of upset about the identified issue.
“I’ve been back just over a week. 7 flights without meds! Did great
except for the last leg when I was so exhausted I took a pill to make
me sleep. Also went up to the top of a very high mountain to a
monastery via cable car hundreds of feet above the ground, Straight up
the side of another mountain in a tram and to the very top of the
Gaudi Cathedral in Barcelona. I was the only one in our group that
didn’t get queasy!”
~ C. N. Spain 2014, former client who suffered from fear of flying and fear of heights