EFT for those in correctional facilities
|LadyArkin 9 posts
I would love to see EFT used in jail and prison settings. The mind is a very powerful tool, unfortuately most inmates don’t use it properly. Their thinking is often skewed into disturbing paths that don’t serve them. EFT could not only be used as a means to self healing, but also to control addictions, pain (physical, pychological, and emotional).
Instead of tv time would should really implement theraputic time outs where EFT video could play which could effectively lead inmates through guided meditations.
|OCCD 57 posts
Actually, never heard of EFT. And I’m a CIT officer.
|jenny1980 1 post
I wanted to know if anyone knows of any facilities that are trying to incorporate EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) into helping out the inmates in their care. It has had tremendous results helping Vietnam Vets get past those horrifying memories that seem to rob them of decades of their life. It has been used to help people with all kinds of emotional and mental issues, and I think it should be a part of mainstream healthcare, ESPECIALLY for those who are in institutions for violent crimes.
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