What is PTFT?

The idea that negative thinking can lead to emotional distress is accepted by nearly all mental health practitioners. Learning to change faulty thinking patterns usually involves treatment by a psychologist or psychiatrist that can last from months to years. But one theory claims that negative thoughts can be changed quickly, and once changed, can relieve distressing emotions. The process, proponents say, produces immediate relief from a host of psychological problems, ranging from anxiety and phobias to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

The theory is Thought Field Therapy (TFT), a healing system that involves tapping specific points on the body to clear energy blockages and release negative emotions and was developed by the late American psychologist, Dr. Roger Callahan. Based on years of experience in the field, Kevin Laye developed a rapid, no-nonsense approach in tapping, Progressive Thought Field Therapy or PTFT.

So What Happens in Progressive Thought Field Therapy Work?

Kevin Laye, developer of Progressive TFT, and certified by the Dr. Callahan, has drawn from is many years of experience training practitioners and treating thousands of clients throughout the world to integrate the best of this work. When a person thinks about an experience associated with  emotional distress, they tune into a 'thought field,' which holds precisely encoded information (or perturbations) connected to a particular problem.  Callahan noted these perturbations are the root cause of negative emotions and correspond to various meridian points in the body.  In order to eliminate the emotional upset, practitioners use a precise tapping sequence at specific meridians. This process unblocks the energy flow, allowing the negative thoughts and emotions to be released. A typical tapping  session lasts up to 15 minutes and is not repeated, although there are tapping sequences people can use to maintain the benefits. The process can relieve a wide variety of psychological issues including PTSD, depression, anxiety, addiction and phobia and much more.

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