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intense emotions


young people 

School Issues


Over achiever

Failure worries


Negative Behaviours

Low self-esteem







Feeling Unwell

Family Issues






Trauma, Abuse, Neglect

Children and youth can often find matters in their everyday life a tremendous struggle, with school studies, teachers' expectations, friends and social skills, behaviour and attitudes, authority and health,  siblings and parents becoming an extensive strain. EFT can quickly assist in relieving their struggle so they can cope with ease when these matters do have an impact on their lives.

Anxiety and Depression remain two of the highest mental health issues for children and youth and can have lasting and detrimental effects on the health and wellbeing of not only themselves but also the lives of those around them. Suicide is the biggest killer of young Australians aged 15-24 and accounts for the deaths of more young people than car accidents.

Anxiety and depression often goes unreported by young people, more often boys, due to worry over what family or peers may think of them. Without assistance young people find it harder to focus on school, positive relationships and overall health and wellbeing. If mental health issues such as anxiety and depression are left untreated or under-treated negative thoughts, emotions and behaviours increase along with major mental health issues in later adult life.


There is compelling clinical evidence that EFT is very effective in treating mental health issues such as anxiety and depression where a positive cognitive shift quickly occurs. The fields of epigenetics, neural plasticity, psychoneuroimmunology, and evolutionary biology confirms the central link between emotion and physiology, and points to somatic stimulation as the element common to emerging psychotherapeutic methods. (Dawson Church, National Institute for Integrative Healthcare)

EFT is also very effective in relieving symptoms from a traumatic event or events that has caused the young person to feel helpless and pushed beyond their ability to cope.Trauma affects everyone differently with varying degrees of resilience influencing the individual, however some form of emotional repercussion, significant to insignificant are definitely experienced. Clearing these traumas is vital as it offers emotional freedom for young people to interact in their everyday life without interference from negative emotions and consequent behaviours due to past events.

The kids who need the most love will ask for it in the most unloving ways

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