Larissa Pfitzner

Business OwnerTheFocusTap

After experiencing my own personal journey with depression, I studied and gained a Diploma in Professional Counselling.

Once introduced to Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT – Tapping) a psychological form of acupuncture, I knew I had to share it with everyone I had the privilege of treating.

EFT is a simple, practical and effective technique that can be used to treat anything with an emotional component, releasing the excess emotional baggage we attach to events, words, memories etc.

Depression, Anxiety, PTSD, Grief, Trauma, Addictions, Weightloss through to performance in sport, work, and business and limiting beliefs that keep us stuck can all be treated with Emotional Freedom Technique.

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