Introductory EFT Session

Experience the relief a full session can offer. 

Introductory sessions are held by phone, Zoom, Skype, Google Hangouts, Vsee, or in person in the Comox Valley of BC. In this session you will learn a little about how to tap, and you will get a chance to experience how Alice works which will help you decide if we are a good fit for future work.

Please allow two hours for the introductory session. Not only will you get a full session but we will also spend time investigating  what you want to change in your life and the events in your life that have brought you to wanting to make some postive changes.  

(Subsequent sessions usually last between 55 and 90 minutes but that depends on you and not on the clock. Sessions end organically, after you have finished a piece of work and are feeling calmer, relieved and with an new understanding of what happened, or about yourself.)

 

Please bring payment to your first session or send it by cheque (to Alice Grange), email e-transfers to alice@tappingdetective.com or Alice will send you a paypal invoice prior to your first session.
(Credit cards are also an option).

Regular clients receive the following bonuses:

  • Tapping Scripts and/or Recordings of our sessions
  • Unlimited email contact with and from me within 24 hours maximum
  • Mini sessions to get the intensity down, if time is available. – Usually 10 or 15 minutes will be sufficient to notice considerable relief.

If you are local, you have access to my substantial self help library (if not and you want to pay return postage, that is also a possibility). While resolving an issue can take us down many roads , or “aspects” in EFT lingo, often they will lead us to one core experiences. One of the interesting effects of EFT is that by working on original experiences we can unravel others from a later time, even though they may initially seem unconnected.


5.jpgPayment

Introductory Session: $75




To see the details of the other pricing options click here.

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