EFT in action

  • Arriving at one’s emotions through improved awareness and acceptance and learning to change emotions and better utilize the knowledge they bring to avoid unpleasant or harmful actions or other repercussions of particular emotions are two core abilities that are critical for EFT therapeutic outcomes.
  • Therapists who use this style listen and inquire in a sympathetic, nonjudgmental, and reflective manner. This enables the therapist to gain a more profound knowledge of the patient’s feelings. Then, numerous therapeutic strategies are used as part of the emotion coaching process. These assist people in discovering new methods to steer their behaviours with healthy emotions. Emotion coaching may also help people transform and move through complicated feelings.
  • The first few therapy sessions are geared around assisting clients in recognizing and expressing their emotions. Each session frequently includes several of the following objectives: Gain knowledge to welcome, let, and control emotions by becoming more aware of them; Learn to express feelings in a clear and detailed manner; Become more aware of the various layers of experiences and emotions and learn to recognize the most direct response.
  • The second stage of therapy concentrates on leaving. It may have the following objectives: Determine whether emotions are helpful or harmful in particular situations; Learn to use positive emotions to guide your actions; Determine the root of the unhelpful emotions; Learn how to change negative feelings; Develop healthy alternatives to coping with circumstances that frequently trigger dysfunctional emotions; Create customized scripts to assist in challenging damaging thoughts that may be coupled with unproductive or maladaptive emotions.

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