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Dr. Roger Callahan, a world-class American psychologist created thought field therapy or TFT after he was inspired an acupuncture class he attended. Thought field therapy is a psychological treatment that is used to heal many different mental and physical disorders.
The process is done with a special tapping movement performed with fingers on meridian points on the upper body and hands.
When developing this wonderful treatment Dr. Roger Callahan came up with the idea that when someone thinks about an experience related to an emotional problem they go into a thought field.
This thought field which people retreat to is the fundamental concept of thought field therapy. Dr. Callahan has stated that the thought field: Created an imaginary, though quite real scaffold, upon which we may erect our explanatory notion. If you are interested in knowing how TFT can help you contact Quays Clinic today.
Perturbations are encoded information that reside in this thought field. Every distortion of a person’s thought field is associated with a different problem and is motivated by thinking of the problem. A perturbation is what he believed are the origin of a negative emotions.
Dr. Roger Callahan also believed that each negative emotion is associated with meridian points on the body. To element the negative emotion the meridian point must be “tapped.” He believes that this can relieve a good amount of psychological issues which include:
These are just a few examples, there are many more. One of the first patients that Callahan tried this type of therapy on had a severe fear of water. He told her to tap lightly underneath her eye. After Mary did this she astoundingly and immediately saw a change in her phobia.
Allot of people are not sure about thought field therapy because of the lack of scientific research to back it up. There are far more people who have used thought field therapy many people who have said that TFT has helped them where many other therapies have failed.
This type of therapy works very well with many different types of fears and phobias. Many people who are battling Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) can look at this as an alternative to medication or lots of therapy.
It is said that each different emotional disorder has a specific place on the body. If this is something that you may what to try find the location that is associated with your disorder and give it a go!
Sometimes we haven’t got the answer as to why something works (we just know it does work).
If you are looking for a way to overcome your problems contact clinical hypnotherapist Ian Smith at Quays Clinic in North Shields today. Hypnotist Ian Smith is a specialist in thought field therapy.