Clinical EFT is a brief novel intervention combining elements of exposure and cognitive behavioural therapy, and somatic stimulation. It is often referred to as ‘psychological acupuncture’. EFT has been researched in more than 10 countries, by more than 60 investigators, whose results have been published in more than 20 different peer-reviewed journals. Australian research has found EFT for obesity and food cravings (Stapleton, Sheldon, Porter and Whitty, 2011; Stapleton, Sheldon & Porter, 2012) and smoking (Stapleton, Porter & Sheldon, 2012) to be extremely successful and durable over time. Efficacy has also been established for phobias, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Anxiety, Depression, and pain. This workshop will be focused on applying EFT to money, wealth and financial beliefs and patterns.
Assistant Professor Peta Stapleton is a registered Clinical and Health Psychologist and is Program Director of the Masters of Clinical Psychology program at Bond University. Peta is best known for being the only academic in Australia conducting clinical trials in EFT and in 2014 won the Harvey Baker award in the USA for meticulous research in energy psychology. Peta is one of only two EFT Universe Trainers in Australia, and to date has trained 46 health professionals to be certified practitioners, and 100s of community members in how to use EFT for personal use. See www.petastapleton.com
Sally Thibault is a Professional Speaker, Counsellor, Author and EFT Practitioner. A former Fitness Instructor, Instructor Trainer, Seminar Presenter and Fitness TV Show presenter, she now works with women to release limiting beliefs around confidence, success, energy and weight loss using the power of Tapping. Sally is currently the Health and Wellness Expert on Radio 96.5 and Queensland’s Cancer Council Live Well, Be Well Radio. www.sallythibault.com.au