Introduction to EFT
A brief introduction to Emotional Freedom Techniques aka “Tapping” or Meridian Tapping for avariety of issues, concerns and self improvement.
EFT is a psychological/physical use of the acupuncture meridian points through the body’s energy system that is used in acupuncture.
Acupuncture theories are built on the premise that there are approximately 14 energy pathways in our bodies called energy
meridians. All of our negative emotions, like anxiety, hurt, anger, shame and so on, are due to a disturbance in one or more of these energy meridians. This negativity manifests irrationally in our subconscious beliefs and manifests disease within one’s body and dis-ease within ones mental well being. Instead of using needles, you learn to tap with your fingertips on the energy meridian points while saying some statements. As odd as it may sound, it works. Most importantly, it is simple and easy to use. These techniques are called Emotional Freedom Techniques or EFT.
Carol Sanders currently holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice with a Forensic Psychology emphasis and is currently a building a professional practice in hypnotherapy and energy psychology. Carol served first as an armed security officer in the private and tribal sector then expanded her experience as a jailer working in book-in/receiving for Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office.
Carol furthered her experience by becoming a police dispatcher, correctional officer, special operations response team member, and part-time police officer for several towns in Oklahoma and graduated the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office Reserve Police Academy. Her experience includes positions as a supervisor, manager and director of various departments within the security industry and as a Security Industry Advisory member to the Guthrie Job Corp. During tenure at
Remington Park Racing Casino, Carol developed a training program for the security department. She was invited to join the academic advisory committee at Vatterott College, advising the development and implementation of the Criminal Justice Associates Degree program while also earning Behavioral Case Management Certification II, Psychosocial Rehabilitation Specialist and began supervision to receive Drug/Alcohol Counselor Certification. Carol received certification in Hypnotherapy, specializing in ADD/ADHD, Smoking Cessation and Addiction.
Carol realized during her tenure at the race track, that her passion was not enforcement but of service to others, its then when she truly realized she would be much happier following her passion. Currently, she is graduate student earning a Master of Science Degree in Counseling Psychology with expected completion in May 2011 and works for the Court Assistance Program, Inc. teaching others how to change their negative limited thinking into positive empowerment for healthy life changes.
Carol aspires to aid others in self improvement, recovery and healing with integrity and empathy to consistently be a positive role model to her children, grandchildren, friends, co-workers, subordinates, clients and within in the community.
Length of Presentation: 1 Hour
Presentation Date/Time: Friday Nov. 19, 12:00 noon