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Emotional Freedom Techniques (Tapping) for Emotional Regulation and Stress in Children (59:00 mins)

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As you may know, stress and anxiety levels amongst children, students and their parents and teachers today are at an all-time high.  High-stress levels have been linked to poor academic results in children, an increase in behavioral issues as well as adult overwhelm. However, a new evidence-based modality that has proven to decrease stress and increase self-esteem, resilience and improve coping has emerged.  EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques), commonly referred to as Tapping, is often referred to as a combination of ancient acupressure and modern psychology. EFT is a brief novel intervention combining elements of exposure and cognitive therapy and somatic stimulation. It uses a two-finger tapping process with a cognitive statement. Ultimately, EFT is a stress reduction tool;  a way of calming the body’s physiological systems, so you can think more clearly about your problem.

EFT has been researched in more than 10 countries, by more than 60 investigators, whose results have been published in more than 120 different journal papers.

In this course, Dr. Peta Stapleton overviews the complete technique and how to apply it, and the research and evidence that has been conducted on stress, students and school environments. Dr. Stapleton is Australia’s leading EFT researcher and has led numerous world first clinical trials, including a brain scan study. This course is practical and hands-on (you will learn the technique) and enjoyable. Specific tips for using EFT with different age groups are highlighted, and extra resources and handouts are supplied.

Presenters Profile:

 

Dr Peta Stapleton

BArts, PGDipPsyc, PhD – Clinical & Health Psychologist, Associate Professor

 

 

 

 

Associate Professor Peta Stapleton is a clinical/health psychologist at Bond University, Australia, and embraces evidence-based practice and is passionate about new and innovative techniques. Peta is known worldwide for her food cravings research using Emotional Freedom Techniques or ‘Tapping’ and has led a world first study investigating the impact of tapping in the brain through an MRI study. Peta has also led the way to have this stress reduction tool be included in schools worldwide. Tapping in the Classroom® was created as a universal wellbeing program for teachers to use the technique of Tapping with students of all ages in a classroom situation. Peta developed this online training with personal support to give teachers an effective self-applied stress management tool. She also delivers Evidence-Based EFT as a skills training for health professionals and has been recognized with the Harvey Baker Research Award for meticulous research in energy psychology, the Global Weight Management Congress Industry Professional Award of Excellence, and the greatest contribution to the field of Energy Psychology. She was most recently named the Gold Coast Women in Business award winner for Innovation and Technology.

Website – www.petastapleton.com
Research Page -https://research.bond.edu.au/en/persons/peta-stapleton
Training website – www.evidencebasedeft.com
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/drpetastapleton
Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/petastapleton/
LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/petastapleton/
Twitter – https://twitter.com/petastapleton
YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCafd2i5Xf1V9ndzyorWR4Og
TEDx Talk 
Amazon Author – https://www.amazon.com/Dr.-Peta-
Stapleton/e/B0714PDYN1%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share

3 reviews for Emotional Freedom Techniques (Tapping) for Emotional Regulation and Stress in Children (59:00 mins)

  1. Rated 4 out of 5

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  3. Rated 5 out of 5

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