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Thought Field Therapy
Thought Field Therapy was discovered in the early 1980s by Dr Roger Callahan PhD, one of America’s most experienced and distinguished Clinical Psychologists. Dr. Callahan was dissatisfied with conventional therapy techniques which he found to be time consuming and largely ineffective. He became interested in an alternative therapy called Applied Kinesiology (AK) which addresses the body’s energy meridian system and realised that some of its techniques could have an application in the rapid and efficient diagnosis and treatment of negative emotions. The first patient treated with what is now known as TFT was a lady called Mary, who had a severe phobia of water.
Dr Callahan had treated Mary for 18 months without much success using conventional methods. One day, with little or nothing conventional left to offer, he experimented with his newly found technique. He knew Mary had described her fear as being felt in the stomach, and he also knew that the stomach meridian began under the eyes. So he simply tried finger tapping under Mary’s eyes. Her phobia promptly vanished and has stayed away to this day.
that moment Dr. Callahan knew he had found a New Healing Therapy
Dr. Callahan soon discovered that this simple treatment was ineffective with most other patients but the success rate steadily increased as a result of years of research and experimentation. The end-product was what we now know as Callahan Techniques Thought Field Therapy, or TFT for short.
Thought Field Therapy has become a revolutionary and totally unique form of Energy Meridian Treatment, developed to the stage where it is now one of the most powerful and effective therapies to eliminate deep rooted fears and traumas from the Body's Energy System.
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