These podcasts assume you have some knowledge of how to apply EFT to yourself. If you don’t, you may like to visit the handouts here which show you the tapping points and describe the process. This technique is not a substitute for any medical, psychological or psychiatric treatment and you should consult your doctor if you need additional support and help. Please note that this process is best practiced while you are able to concentrate, and not while driving or operating heavy machinery.

Because I have worked for more than 18 years in the field of weight disorders, I have found many techniques which appear to help the recovery process.  These podcasts are quick (on average about 5 minutes) and get you started with the tapping which might help your current concern.

I have included a general podcast for children – not related to body image or eating concerns. This just teaches children how to use the technique for any problem, and sets them up with a fantastic tool to switch off their negative feelings, whenever they like!

Remember, BE PERSISTANT Repeat several times a day until the emotion around the issue and/or any physical pain is neutralized.   Sometimes results are surprisingly quick.  Sometimes, persistence is needed.  As you tap, another specific event may come up or some other related feeling.  Tap for these new ‘aspects’ as well.

For general EFT Handouts, see here.

Podcasts suitable for Everyone with Concerns about Body Issues / Eating / Weight – all free

Series I


Series II

Series III

Podcast on Body Image and Tapping

Podcast for Children this introductory podcast teaches kids how to use the shortened (4 point) tapping technique. The handouts below will be useful for them.


 Tapping podcast for kids –

FREE podcast to get children started!

Right click and “Save As” to save the file to your computer –  Play with iTunes or similar programs.

Using EFT with Children – overview document for therapists or parents

Tapping points for kids – visual diagram of 4 tapping points for children

Tapping tool ruler – Ruler to measure about of distress, or how large the problem is (useful for adults and children)

Other Tapping Statement Endings Children Can Use

  • There is a good person in me.
  • I’m O.K.
  • My sister loves me
  • I am a super kid.
  • I’m a really good kid.
  • I want to love and accept myself.
  • I am a marvelous person.
  • I am wonderful.
  • I am good at……..
  • I am generous and kind.
  • I like myself.
  • God loves me.  Mother/father/etc. loves me