I think it is important to have clarity in relationship. And so these paragraphs are intended to offer clarity about what this website is and isn’t and what my work is and isn’t. Much of this falls into the category of what we might call common sense. However, in today’s world, it can be important to articulate since we all orient differently. My intention is that these words will offer protection and clarity for you and also for me.

The content of this website and information shared here is for your education. I am not a licensed mental health professional; I practice as a Certified EFT Practitioner and as a Wellness Consultant. For any concerns about your physical or mental health, please consult your health care provider or licensed therapist. In exploring this site, you take full responsibility for your physical, mental and emotional health.

Also, please be aware that while EFT has produced remarkable results, it must still be considered to be in the experimental stages and those who use EFT must take complete responsibility for their use of it. EFT does not diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or psychological disorder. EFT is not a substitute for medical or psychological treatment. Any stories or testimonials presented on this website are reflections from people who have worked with me but they are not a guarantee or prediction regarding the outcome of an individual using EFT for any particular issue. You are responsible for your personal health and safety. Working in concert with your medical treatment, therapies and medications is your responsibility.

This is all a lot of words and formal legal language to say – you are responsible for your own health and safety. EFT is a supportive tool for self-regulation. With EFT, the underlying energetic patterns in the body are addressed with the intention of ease within the energy field of the person. Just like a river that flows smoothly without disruption, when the energy fields of the body are balanced, the body will heal itself; but healing does not signify a cure, healing is a process not a result. This is very different though than treating a medical condition and is why you must continue to be under the care of your physician or therapist when working with medical concerns.