Exploring the Difference Between CEP and EFT
Comprehensive Energy Psychology (CEP)
EFT is a specific technique involving the meridian system, CEP
encompasses a broader range of methods that include meridians, chakras
and the biofield. CEP also involves the use of muscle testing, a
technique that is commonly used to receive biofeedback from the body.
term "Comprehensive” means that, within the scope of CEP, practitioners
receive an array of tools they can use to customize treatment for the
specific needs of each client. As with EFT, these methods can rapidly,
gently and easily release trauma and stress from the body-mind system. Learn more about our CEP Training
Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT)
called "acupressure for the emotions,” EFT (or "tapping”) is a highly
focused energy psychology method that rapidly releases the emotional
impact of stressful or traumatic life events from the body-mind system.
As clients bring their attention to distressing memories and symptoms,
practitioners walk them through a process of voicing specific statements
while tapping on a series of acupuncture meridian points. This
activation appears to reduce levels of stress while stimulating
processing of previously stuck emotions and habit patterns. Learn more about our EFT Training
Which method is right for me?
Practitioners who study CEP want to understand the history of energy
psychology more deeply and work from a broad base of tools involving
three major components of the human bio-energetic system: meridians,
chakras and the biofield. Additionally, those drawn to CEP want to
become adept at using muscle testing in their treatment protocol.
Read professional testimonials of why they chose CEP
who study EFT want in depth, specialized training in EFT which has been
at the forefront of the EP field since its development. They also want a
tool they can easily teach to their clients for self-care between
therapy and/or coaching sessions.
Read professional testimonials of why they chose EFT
Can I study both?
Many of our members think that obtaining training and certification in
CEP and EFT is the best way to round out their therapeutic tool kit.
However, we recommend that you pursue and develop competence in one
training path at a time.
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