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Baerbel Froehlin, Advanced EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) Practitioner, founded the practice Smooth Changes based on her philosophy "You can make your own life better." Baerbel's speciality is "acute crises management" for complex emotional issues and the physical symptoms that often accompany them. The healing modality that gives her great success with clients is EFT.

Baerbel's facilitation technique is question based and focuses on the client's identification and clarification of their own problems, issues, conflicts and behavior patterns. (example: client is a smoker and wishes to be a non-smoker). Using EFT, suggestion, and imagery, her clients achieve immediate and lasting relief - a "smooth change."

Baerbel works with clients on the phone, individually, in group sessions and workshops.

Baerbel's own story is a testament to her beliefs. Born in 1945 in Russian occupied East Germany, part of Baerbel's early childhood was spent in a refugee camp. Her family escaped and settled in northern Germany. She pursued a successful career as a fiber artist until 1995 when paralysis in her arm left her unable to work. This condition caused Baerbel to seek alternative healing techniques, and piqued her interest in hypnotherapy. Baerbel became certified by the National Guild of Hypnotists and used the knowledge gained to heal her own condition. In 1999 Baerbel was introduced to EFT and was so impressed that she decided to dedicate her life and practice solely to EFT.

Baerbel is the author of many articles that record details of client case histories, and reveal the great healing effects of EFT. Because of her advanced EFT experience and creative applications, her consultation is widely sought by practitioners from all over the world.

In keeping with her belief that "you can make your own life better" Baerbel empowers her clients by teaching them to work on their own healing using the EFT method learned during their session. She has produced several CDs to help clients continue to work with EFT independently.

"Everyone at some point in their lives experiences dramatic life changes or challenges. No matter what your challenges are, you can make your own life better.
My goal is to bring this tool - EFT - to everybody using mass media. "

EFT in the Media (partial list)
Wall Street Journal
Kansas City Star
London Times
New York Times
Philadelphia Inquirer
Journal of Clinical Psychology
Colorado Springs Gazette

What is EFT?

EFT is an emotional healing technique that uses the same meridian energy system as is used in acupuncture. Instead of stimulating the points using needles, blockages are removed by tapping with the fingers on acupressure points and addressing the problem verbally.

EFT works quickly, generally in one session, for anxiety, fears, phobias, and negative emotional states such as grief, anger, and resentment.

EFT works because the body is made up of energy. The process is easy to memorize and is portable.

Working with many clients in groups and workshops, I have witnessed the healing benefits of EFT. I can do the same for a wide audience on radio or TV.

EFT Endorsements

"EFT offers great healing benefits"
Deepak Chopra, M.D. Author

After witnessing the great healing effects of EFT on many clients, Baerbel's goal is to empower a great number of people to heal themselves using the technique. "The world is in turmoil. People have many fears, anxieties and emotional problems. I'm ready to share my expertise in EFT to a wide audience to relieve unnecessary pain and suffering".
A telecast or call in radio show is the perfect platform for EFT because listeners can "borrow benefits" from other caller's issues and resolution with EFT. This technique works in group settings and is easily transferable to mass media.

"EFT is at the forefront of the new healing movement"
Candace Pert, Ph.D., Author

"Meridian-based therapies such as EFT...can have effects out of all proportion to their cost and complexity."
Norm Shealy, MD

"I frequently use EFT for my patients with great results."
Eric Robins, MD

EFT In the Media

The Unmedicated Mind. The Wall Street Journal. July 13, 2007

Tapping into personal power: With the emotional freedom technique, people learn to tap into their personal power. The Kansas City Star. April 17, 2007

Tapping away at the fear. The London Times. February 17, 2007

Waiting to Exhale. The New York Times. January 27, 2002

TAP, TAP... The Philadelphia Inquirer February 26, 2001

Evaluation of a Meridian-Based Intervention, Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT). Journal of Clinical Psychology, Steve Wells and others (2003)

"EFT is destined to be a top healing tool for the 21st Century"
Cheryl Richardson

"EFT is a simple, powerful process that can profoundly influence gene activity, health and behavior."
Bruce Lipton, Ph.D.

Baerbel Froehlin In the Media

"EFT is easy, effective, and produces amazing results. I think it should be taught in elementary school."

Stressed by the holidays? Meditation might help The Colorado Springs Gazette. Dec 03, 2006

Hypnosis will be 'tool of our next century' The Colorado Springs Gazette Jun 10, 1997

Power of the mind; Hypnosis makes its way into the mainstream The Colorado Springs Gazette, June 13, 2000

Baerbel Froehlin, CHt./HypnoCoach EFT- ADVANCED Practitioner
Smooth Changes Therapies (719) 271-6089

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