What is Tapping Therapy?
Tapping Therapy is a psychological treatment designed for emotional and physical health issues like anxiety, trauma, and pain. Tapping Therapy is based on acupuncture and acupressure points. Tapping Therapy is the “tapping” at points on the face, upper body, and hands; that help reduce issues with anxiety, OCD, PTSD, phobias, panic attacks, and physical pain.
Developed in 1980 by the American psychologist Roger Callahan it was called the Callahan Technique. Roger changed the name to “Thought Field Therapy,” Roger personally trained me in 1997 when it was still called the Callahan Technique. Roger’s wife, Joanne Callahan, has continued with his program and training over the years and has several YouTube videos. Since then, three significant offsprings of Tapping Therapy have emerged. Gary Craig developed Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), Midline (MIT) and Energy Psychology (EP) were set by Fred Gallo, with whom I was also personally trained. I am also certified in Energy Diagnostic and Treatment Methods (EdxTM).
Why Dr. Diane®?
Dr. Diane® specializes in Tapping Therapy Training, Thought Field Therapy, Emotional Freedom Technique and Energy Psychology. She will help you master these easy-to-follow, evidence-based techniques of Tapping Therapy to eliminate most of your anxiety in as little as five minutes. Beneficial for people with Generalized Anxiety Disorder, phobias, social anxiety, OCD, PTSD, and acute stress reactions!
Callahan Technique, Thought Field Therapy (TFT), Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) Energy Psychology, (EP) – Midline Technique
All of these methods use similar meridian points.
The exact order and frequency are often different in each of the methods or maybe repeated.
9 Gamut Treatment
This method is not always used with the above or can be used on its own.
The location of Gamut Point (GP) see diagram above.
While tapping this point do the following:
- Close your eyes
- Open your eyes
- Look down to the left
- Look down to the right
- Move your eyes in full circle
- Move your eyes in a full circle in the opposite direction
- Hum aloud in a few notes of a tune
- Count to five aloud
- Hum aloud again