Learn a transformational self-help tool to:

  1. Get Freedom from painful memories
  2. Release stress and anxiety
  3. Overcome cravings
  4. Become more confident & productive at work
  5. Heal physical symptoms
  6. Understand how to cope with intense and difficult emotions

Attending this workshop is also the first step towards becoming an EFT Practitioner. It will help you:

  1. Learn the basic skills in EFT
  2. Understand how to work on emotional & physical issues.
  3. Practice EFT skillfully and effectively to help others heal. 

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The training is experiential, allowing you to build your skills step by step while working on a range of issues. It  will give you a thorough introduction to EFT and help you become confident in applying EFT on yourself, family and friends. EFT utilizes acupressure points and other psycho-therapeutic techniques to give you freedom from painful memories, cravings, physical issues and trauma.

The purpose of this small group workshop is to give trainees the experience and confidence in tapping, through role playing and tapping in pairs. It's interactive and easier to learn. People open up, get to know and support each other, and thus learning takes place in a fun and compassionate environment. We have demos, group/individual tapping exercises, and discussions. The number of participants is limited, allowing for individual attention and in-depth understanding of EFT concepts via demos and practice sessions.  



DATE: 21st & 22nd JANUARY (Mon- Tues), 2019

TIME: 10 am to 5:30 pm

Please reach the venue at least 15 minutes before the scheduled time. The workshop will start at 10 am sharp.


Spaces i13

1st Main Road, Anna Nagar East




Tea and lunch will be provided.



Rs 8500




  1. Reading material - This will be provided before the training starts.
  2. Handouts (during training)
  3. Level 1 manual covering all the topics (upon completion of the training)


On completion of the workshop, you will receive AAMET's certificate of attendance. This does not confer practitioner status.  This is the first step towards becoming a certified Practitioner. The next step is to attend a level 2 workshop and meet the AAMET requirements.

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Get FREE MEMBERSHIP to a Facebook EFT group exclusively for EFT trainees, for ongoing guidance and mentoring.




Who Can Benefit from AAMET International EFT Trainings?    

EFT is an assistive approach that is accessible to anyone – from those trained in the mental health professions to laypeople with an interest in helping themselves, friends and family. A variety of individuals, from diverse walks of life, can benefit from learning EFT, including:

• Individuals with an interest in using EFT for self-care

• Psychologists, psychotherapists, counselors and all mental health professionals

• Medical professionals

• Academic professionals

• Complementary therapists of all kinds

• Teachers and educators

• Life coaches and business coaches

• Body workers (massage therapists, etc.)

• Individuals who work with animals

• Artists, writers and musicians

• Anyone interested in personal or professional development 

(Excerpted from AAMET training overview document)


Origins, Background and Efficacy

Building Bridges to EFT

The EFT Discovery Statement

EFT Basic Process – Tapping Basics & Insights

Psychological reversal

The Importance of Measuring and Testing

Reflecting Your Client’s Exact Words (Introduction to Rapport)

When EFT Doesn’t Work

The Importance of Being Specific

The Concept of Aspects and Shifting Aspects

The Importance of Persistence


The Apex Effect

The Generalization Effect

Additional Points, Strategies, and The “Your Point” Concept

Handling Excessive Emotional Intensity

Cognitive Belief Shifts

Borrowing Benefits

Introduction to Trauma and The Movie Technique 

Quality Detective Work

EFT for Physical Issues

EFT for Cravings

Confidentiality and Healthy Boundaries

EFT for Self-Care: The Personal Peace Procedure

Limitations to Level 1 Competency