Energy and Trauma Tapping 1:1

What is tapping?

Tapping combines elements from traditional Chinese medicine, acupuncture and psychotherapy. It aims to alleviate negative emotions and stress as well as limiting beliefs by gently tapping certain meridian points on the body. At the same time, the coachee concentrates on the emotional stress or the new, positive alignment (Emotional Freedom Technique/EFT). In the case of trauma, elements from NLP are added to distort the traumatic experience in image and sound (Trauma Buster Technique/TBT). The basic idea behind tapping is that negative emotions and psychological stress cause blockages in the body's energy flow. By tapping on the meridian points, these blockages can be released and the energy flow restored. While tapping, the coachee speaks relevant words, affirmations or sentences to support positive change.

What does a tapping session look like?

  • We talk about your current challenges and, if applicable, the background to them
  • Memorable, traumatic experiences, emotional stress or limiting beliefs are recorded and effectively processed
  • Images and sounds of trauma memories are fragmented and alienated
  • The emotional and physical experience of the memory is changed
  • Emotional burdens and limiting beliefs are dissolved and positive
  • Body, mind and soul find peace again
  • You learn the technology for your later independent application

Who is tapping suitable for?

Tapping is suitable for people with limiting mental or emotional stress of various kinds, including

  • limiting beliefs
  • disruptive behavior patterns, such as toxic relationships, bad eating habits
  • Lack of motivation and drive
  • Lack of self-confidence and fears, e.g. fear of public speaking, fear of failure, social phobias, etc.
  • Memorable, traumatic experiences, e.g. accidents, losses, emotional and/or physical abuse, sexual violence, birth trauma, etc.

Why tapping?

Tapping is a gentle form of therapy that offers help for self-help. The technique learned can be practiced independently by the coachees. Tapping works efficiently and is not re-traumatizing when dealing with trauma.