TERRI CHAMBERLIN 4/28/20 11:46 AM
The Tapas Acupressure Technique combines holding acupressure points on your head and going through a series of nine statements. It can be used for trauma, abuse, anxiety, stress, weight loss, health issues and adverse childhood experiences, to name just a few. TAT incorporates the use of acupressure points, epigenetics and allows you to directly affect your traits, behaviors and health at the cellular level. The process is very easy to learn and, in many cases, you can feel immediate relief.
Over 27 years of experience with hundreds of thousands of people have demonstrated that using the simple TAT process can work for healing ACEs. Tapas Fleming, founder and creator of TAT, discovered early on in her practice that many of the issues we face as adults could be traced back to childhood abuse and trauma. Once she became familiar with ACE Study she began creating a complete guided self-healing process. That process manifested as the Healing ACEs with The TAT Program, that includes the original 10 ACEs and six of the possible outcomes of ACEs faced as an adult.
A few of the people who have completed the program share their experience:
“As somebody who has been involved with self-help groups for 30 years, I wasn’t sure how much I still had left to heal, and whether or not I would get much from the ACE series. However, as a devotee of the TAT process, I decided to give it a try.
“Over a year ago I signed up for the 6-month plan. This meant I would have access to a new video three times a month, plus a live webinar session each month where Tapas lead the session and answered questions. Even if I couldn’t attend the live session, I could access the recording. I did each session as it became available, and found I couldn’t wait to get it. It was like a weekly tune-up.
“The changes were subtle, but profound! While I had no great “ah-ha’s” while doing them, people started commenting on how different I seemed and asked what had I changed. It didn’t occur to me what they meant until my husband said, “You are really different. Things that used to bother you, aren’t any more. You are so calm.”
“After he said that, I realized he was right. I had started living life effortlessly. I didn’t have nearly as many bad days. A huge shift had happened inside me. I’m seldom triggered by things that occur. If I am, I use one of the many recordings the program gives me access to. By doing the recording, I return to peace and serenity.
“This program is life altering and empowering. On top of that, it’s offered at an unbelievably low price! The fact I can continue to attend the webinar and access these recordings makes it priceless. I believe I will use it for the rest of my life.
“Thank you, Tapas, for giving us this kind of access and support. To me, it demonstrates your desire to have everyone “rise out of their pain”.
– Jan Orin – Completed the six-month program
“Healing ACES Program using TAT is a truly effective treatment for healing adverse childhood experiences at any age. Tapas Fleming, the talented founder of TAT, has created and offers a masterful approach to healing old wounds that feel like they will forever hold us in their grip. But with this program our wounds gently release their grip and we discover that we can choose our path.
“We happily and confidently move forward to new vistas supported in a new way by our past as we access previously hidden strengths, talents, positive qualities, etc… Our past is not erased but now serves us in remarkable ways to aid us in living fully in the here and now! Now, how exciting is that?”
– Thalia Vitikos – 25-year Licensed Mental Health Counselor/Expressive Arts Therapist
To learn more about TAT:
An article detailing the study using TAT for Weight Loss Maintenance conducted by Kaiser Permanente and funded by the National Institute of Health (NIH) was published in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine [Vol. 13, No. 1, pp. 67-78].
Clearing Stress and Anxiety with the Tapas Acupressure Technique:
ACEP’s Higher Energy Podcast – Episode #: 006 — Podcast hosted by:
Paula Shaw, CADC, DCEP and Robert Schwarz, PsyD, DCEP Executive Director, ACEP