Emotional Freedom Technique

Guests: Monica Grey, LCSW, LMT & Dr. Ellie Campbell

The Emotional Freedom Technique, or EFT, is a psychological acupressure technique that is highly recommend to optimize your emotional health. Although it is still often overlooked, emotional health is absolutely essential to your physical health and healing. No matter how devoted you are to the proper diet and lifestyle, you will not achieve your body’s ideal healing and preventative powers if emotional barriers stand in your way.

EFT is very easy to learn, and will help you:

  • Remove Negative Emotions
  • Reduce Food Cravings
  • Reduce or Eliminate Pain
  • Implement Positive Goals
Here are two videos to watch:

Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) is a powerful healing technique which has been shown to be capable of relieving not only the pain from psychological issues but also physical pain. The main theory behind this practice is that:

“The cause of all negative emotions is a disruption in the body’s energy system”.

monica-greyMonica Grey M.S.W, L.C.S.W graduated with a Master’s degree in 1993 from Florida State University, and was licensed in the state of Florida as a clinical social worker in 1996. As a healer and an intuitive therapist, she has worked for many years in the United States and the Canadian mental health systems gaining insight and understanding into the treatment of depression, anxiety, phobias, trauma and substance dependence.

Monica became interested in Holistic medicine early in her career and has studied and practiced alternative methods to promote healing. She is an avid practitioner of Energy Psychology to address psychological issues, a Licensed Massage Therapist, a Reiki Master Teacher and a Certified Inspirational Breathwork Facilitator. She conducts workshops and educates providers on the use of energy healing techniques for self-care and for assisting others in the process of transformation from dis-ease to health.

Monica has studied and used the Emotional Freedom Technique for the past 12 years to address issues ranging from substance abuse and trauma to depression and recurring thoughts. She has also utilized the technique in working with couples and has found it effective in assisting her clients to reduce the impact of strong negative emotions, bringing increased rationality to often highly charged dynamics. When the emotional energy is reduced, the results are the ability to think clearly about issues and more realistic interpretation can be achieved. She uses the Emotional Freedom Technique along with a mind/body approach to get results where often other methods have been ineffective.

 

ellie-campbell1Dr Ellie Campbell was born in suburban Chicago and attended college at the University of Illinois, earning both a BS and MS in biology. From there, she attended the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine, studying medicine for the body, mind and spirit. Following Medical School, she completed her Family Medicine residency at the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta. For thirteen years, Dr Campbell served the indigent as a practicing physician and medical director of a federally funded Community Health Center. She opened a solo, retainer style family practice in the Johns Creek GA in September of 2005. In August 2012, the practice moved to the Avenue Mall in Cumming GA, and added an associate physician.

Dr Campbell is DOUBLE board certified in Family Medicine and Integrative and Holistic Medicine. She has specialty interests in innovative medical practice design, functional and restorative medicine, BioIdentical Hormone Replacement Therapy and Vitamin D. In 2010, she founded The Consortium of Integrative Care Practitioners of Atlanta. Dr Campbell has received numerous awards of excellence, advisory group appointments and international speaking invitations for physicians and patients on the subjects of Bio Identical hormone restoration, wellness, and Vitamin therapy. In her spare time, Dr Campbell enjoys theater (especially the Georgia Shakespeare Company), gardening, hiking, volunteer work, and playtime with her husband and three teenage daughters. In 2006 the Campbell family co-wrote a children’s book entitled “The Visiting Elf.”

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