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At the conclusion of this workshop, attendees will be better able to:

1. Name the primary stress hormone.

2. Characterize the three major parts of the brain.

3. List two or more of the psychological methods on which EFT is based.

4. Demonstrate EFTs core technique, the “Basic Recipe.”

5. Describe the meaning of “secondary gain.”

6. Identify at least two different aspects of an event.

7. Name one method of testing the results of EFT.

8. State what the acronym “SUD” stands for.

9. Define “the generalization effect.”

10. Name at least two possible signs of a cognitive shift.

11. Identify at least two characteristics of a traumatizing event.

12. Describe at least three of the steps of EFTs “Movie Technique.”

13. List at least two questions to ask a client to identify emotional correlates of physical pain.

14. Cite examples of cognitive statements to use with a client presenting with the problem of self-acceptance.

15. Distinguish between cravings and addiction.

16. Identify at least two of the frameworks within which EFT can be introduced to others.

17. Name at least one of EFTs “Gentle Techniques.”

18. Identify at least one clinical situation in which the Gentle Technique of “Sneaking Up on the Problem” is appropriate.

19. List at least 5 cliches found in dysfunctional self-talk.

20. Distinguish between a general issue and a specific event.

21. Identify at least one method of testing results other than providing Subjective Units of Distress.

22. List at least 2 advantages of telephone or online sessions.

23. Identify at least 2 essential prerequisites for such sessions.

24. Describe what is meant by the term “Validity of Cognition.”

25. Describe how EFTs “Tail Enders” method can identify a client’s hidden objections to success.

26. Define what EFT means by the term “Borrowing Benefits” in group sessions.

27. Name at least one optional tapping acupoint.

28. Describe one recommended change to EFTs Basic Recipe when working with pre-teen children.

29. Define “Transference.”



At the conclusion of this workshop, attendees will be better able to:

1. Name at least 2 methods to use when EFT isn’t working.

2. Define “daisy chaining” from one issue to another.

3. Describe how flowing Setup Statements differ from mechanical ones.

4. Identify a cognitive reframe.

5. Describe at least 2 practices essential to self-care.

6. Name a minimum of 2 other therapeutic methods with which EFT is commonly used.

7. Describe when to avoid introducing the concepts of safety and forgiveness with clients.

8. Name at least one technique to use with dissociative clients.

9. Name at least 1 technique for inducing mindfulness.

10. Describe a minimum of 2 techniques to use with clients with chronic pain.

11. Differentiate between at least 2 sources of allergies.

12. State how often it is recommended practitioners use techniques to correct psychological reversal with allergic clients.

13. Identify one source of impediments to sports performance.

14. Define a “comfort zone.”


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