Each EFT Tapping Intensive is personalized. Some are longer than others. They can last for a long weekend, a week, 10 days or whatever amount of time you wish to devote to you.
Some take place in the recipient’s home, some are in my office, some are online, and some in a vacation location.
A woman was living by herself in an RV she left only for Doctor’s appointments. She was in emotional & physical pain, estranged from family & friends. Ten days after my arrival for an EFT Tapping Intensive, she was driving again, (after not driving at all for the previous 6 years)! She had joined a support group for people who were divorcing & was well on her way to finding her own lawyer. During the time we tapped & strategized together, she expanded her support network & radically changed her life. She found new friends at Ala-non meetings, (for the relatives of Alcoholics). Even her estranged husband made a point of letting me know how happy & grateful he was for the changes she had made in such a short period of time. In a testimonial she wrote:
A long weekend EFT Tapping Intensive was spent supporting a woman who was completely beside herself, full of anger & frustration with her partner, her son & herself. By the time Sunday rolled around, she was feeling much calmer & more peaceful than she had in years. She had decided to make some big changes in how she led her life & had come to some new conclusions about what was really important to her. Working on her relationship with her mother brought her clarity about her present day relationships which we continued to explore in our work together by Skype after I returned home.
Fearing retirement, another woman had a substantial amount of personal baggage to unpack. She felt finally ready to do so & motivated to do it quickly. At the end of the series of an EFT Tapping Intensive over 11 sessions in 10 days she reported feeling ‘like a completely different person’. She had succeeded in a releasing a significant amount of the shame, guilt & resentments she felt about past & present relationships, & had a new appreciation for herself, for what she had survived & accomplished, & how far she had come. She surprised herself by even working on some issues that she had thought she was going to take to her grave. She is now ‘loving retirement & doing well’.