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frequently asked

  • What does an EPT session look like?
    Each EPT session is unique to the client’s specific needs, beliefs and their identified focus. A session lasts 60-90 minutes. (Children typically need much less time.) We begin by establishing the focus of our session - what is bothering you, what do you want to accomplish through today’s session? Then muscle testing (applied kinesiology) allows your body to reveal the subconscious, emotional root of the current issue. Once we’ve found it, we use touch and breathing techniques to allow the body to let go of that emotional energy. Lastly, you’ll be coached through forgiveness statements and positive affirmations created specifically for your experience and your goals to get you moving in the direction you want to go.
  • What should I expect after a session?
    After our first session together, you can expect an email with the goals for future sessions together as well as some affirmations to help you with the current issues. Many clients also experience: A continued release of emotions. Simply allow them to be release without judgment. Emotions are just feelings, they do not define who you are or at what level of healing you are currently at. Tiredness. Allow yourself to rest and even nap after an EPT session if you feel the need. Many deep emotions are released, which can be tiresome for the body. Sleep also allows the brain to reorganize and process the work we did. More Energy. Emotional work may be draining for some, but many clients feel lighter and like a weight has been lifted. Some may immediately feel more peace and clarity that holds throughout the week. Thirsty. Please drink a few glasses of water after an EPT session to help release any toxins that are working to be removed from your body. Hungry. You might feel an intense hunger, which means your body worked hard to release the emotions that were stored. Eat a healthy, yet light meal to give your body fuel. But please check in with your body to see it's real hunger, or if your emotions want to numb out with food. Realization of other patterns in your life. Many times when patterns have been uncovered in your life, you will continue to experience additional insights about your past, relationships, etc. You may even continue to uncover other emotional patterns in your life. Take note of these insights and allow yourself to enjoy the new awareness.
  • Do I need EPT if I already see a therapist?
    Talk therapy and EPT are valuable in different ways. If you have a therapist you enjoy working with, that's great! EPT can still help you. Some clients bring us the issues that come up in talk therapy. Other clients like to process their EPT revelations with their therapist to explore what they learned about themselves. The biggest difference is that your EPT practitioner does the work to find out what’s really going on in your subconscious. With that information, we can zero in on where the negative pattern began. The process is collaborative with the practitioner doing most of the "heavy lifting" so the client doesn't have to. EPT is a guided and active approach to healing that, like any therapy, may feel emotional at times. The difference is that once the feelings are acknowledged and released, you feel different, and very often much better and lighter.
  • How many sessions will I need?
    Most clients experience relief after just one session, but we recommend you commit to doing 4 to 7 so you can experience more noticeable change in your life. Together we can outline your individual healing goals in your first session and create a personalized plan that will serve to help you meet your goals. Naturally there are some life situations that require more than 7 sessions. We will discuss the best approach for you, but ultimately the number of sessions is at your discretion. Sessions are typically scheduled between 1 and 3 weeks apart.
  • Does EPT work for children?
    EPT does wonders for children, and they love it. Even when children are pre or non verbal, EPT can work for them. In these cases, a parent or guardian acts as the proxy for the child. Kids can often shift even more quickly than adults.
  • What if I can't afford this?
    I completely understand the financial stress of needing services that don't fit in your budget, so I accept a limited number of clients on a sliding fee scale. If you need my help but feel you can't afford it, please email me to be added to the wait list for one of these spots. If I can't take you at a reduced fee at this time, we can space your sessions further apart. Your personal healing and growth are worth investing in.
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