Date & Time
10:00 am - 5:30 pm
Carol Look and Peta Stapleton
Are you suffering from both the long and short term effects of stress, burnout and exhaustion in your life? The causes are real and need to be healed, so you don’t continue to suffer from chronic stress-related physical and emotional illnesses.
Join psychotherapist and EFT Master Carol Look and Australian EFT researcher Dr. Peta Stapleton to learn the newest Tapping research as they coach you through the best cutting-edge practices to release the built-up stress from your nervous system. With combined clinical experience of over 45 years, Carol and Peta are the field’s go-to experts in identifying the true causes and repercussions of long-term stress, and offer the leading energy psychology solutions to heal these core challenges.
You will learn the actual science behind Tapping, and be coached to identify, release, and reboot your nervous system. At the end of the workshop, you will not only feel better, more relaxed and calmer, but you will go home with the best techniques and practices to continue improving your emotional and physical health and emotional resilience.
A One-Day Workshop
Sunday, April 26, 2020, 10:00 am – 5:30 pm
Members $165/ Nonmembers $185
New York Open Center
Carol Look, LCSW, is an author, licensed psychotherapist, founding EFT Master and international workshop leader. She teaches EFT/Tapping through her coaching programs, books, and at worldwide events to help people enjoy lives of exceptional success. Carol is the author of Attracting Abundance with EFT.
Associate Professor Peta Stapleton is a clinical/health psychologist at Bond University, Australia, and embraces evidence-based practice, new and innovative techniques. Peta is known for her food cravings research using Emotional Freedom Techniques (Tapping) and has led the way to having this stress reduction tool be included in schools worldwide. She is a highly sought after teacher for practitioners and students all over the world. She is the author of The Science Behind Tapping and co-author of Tapping for Stress Relief.