Emotional Freedom Technique

Creativity Coaching

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​​Alicia Thompson 

I work with artists who want to create greater self expression and expand their creative practice.  My clients are often experiencing creative blocks, which often translates into feeling stuck and uninspired.  I help my clients feel excited, inspired, and eager to get back into their studios to explore new ideas.  I help artists eliminate fear and doubt, and create exceptional work.

Fill out the form below, to set up a complementary discovery call. During this 20 minute call, we will discuss what you are looking for, what is holding you back, and find out if Coaching is right for you.

I work with clients over the phone, Skype, or FaceTime. I am also available to meet with you in your studio for an additional fee. 

I use Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) to help my clients clear procrastination, limiting beliefs, perfectionism, performance anxiety, and anything else that might be holding them back.  EFT is a powerful tool which will help you transform your belief system, release repressed emotions, and think and act in alignment with your goals.

Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), also known as Meridian Tapping, is a form of Energy Psychology that combines the philosophy of acupuncture (without the needles), psychology, and kinesiology. Gary Craig, developed EFT in the 1990s and it has continued to evolve into a popular tool for personal development and self help. 

EFT uses the meridian system in Chinese Medicine to shift the energy in the body.  To use EFT, you gently tap on points on the body while verbalizing the problem, whether that is an emotion, physical symptom, or memory.

EFT is simple, easy to learn, and use and it is highly effective at relieving stress, emotional pain, changing behavioral patterns, and shifting the way you think and react. I use EFT in my coaching practice to help my clients release blocks to creativity, whether those blocks come from limiting beliefs, performance anxiety, lack of inspiration, physical pain, procrastination, perfectionism, fear, doubt, or even insomnia. 

EFT has been used to help the Rwandan genocide survivors reduce stress and symptoms of PTSD. It is being used to help Veterans recover theirs lives after going to war, it is also being used to help kids with ADD, ADHD, and learning disabilities. 

EFT is not a substitute for medical or psychological care, treatment, or diagnosis.