Temporary campus guidelines for any gathering other than academic classes, professional education programs (GTPE), or department meetings are available at specialevents.gatech.edu/fall-2020-events.

August 28, 2020 - November 13, 2020
12:00pm - 12:30pm
Recurring Event
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Lunch Time "Tapping" for Emotional Calm & Academic Success
<Lunch Time "Tapping" for Calm, Resiliency, Productivity & Stress Management>
The build up of stress has consequences for the mind and body.  Poor sleep, lack of appetite, decreased productivity, decreased immunity, susceptibility to sickness, are some of the few, and we might find it difficult to get out of the vicious cycle of stress.  Except, nowadays there are some very simple and effective ways to nip the stress bud so we can prevent the over-growth!  Come, join, and learn and try "Tapping" - a simple stress management method to add to your tool box.  A brief introduction (and actually doing it) is all you need so we can better Tap into calm.
When:  Noon ~ 12:30, most Fridays during Fall 2020.
Where: Drop In Zoom (Initial download/setup likely required for phone/computer - bookmark this link!) (IF password is requested, it's probably 650044)
What:   1. Most simple "Basics of Tapping" similar to this video "TTT Tapping" for a stress defussion.
             2. A little more Tapping (Please feel free to leave early after the initial Tapping, or feel free to stay for some more experimental Tapping. We typically end on time.)
Need Reminders?  -> Join here for a text/email reminder to be sent 5-10 min prior
<Disclaimer & Informed Consent>
The self-help technique to be shared may provide you with a new way to calm down stress and other emotions.  However, it is not a treatment or prescription for any medial or mental health issues, nor a substitute for regular medical or psychological care. If you have a medical or psychological condition, please consult your doctor or other appropriate licensed health practitioners.  Joining the Tapping session does not constitute a professional relationship between the viewers and the presenters.  Choosing to Tap along means you are taking responsibility for your own self.  We hope the session will contain some helpful information to you.

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The following EFT Tapping practitioners have been kind to spend their time to support this effort for free - Thank you :)

9. 4 Silke Johnson: MelodyCenter.de
9.11 Silke Johnson: MelodyCenter.de
9.18 (No Meeting) -> Please try Self-Tapping with this video TTT Tapping
9.25 Jondi Whitis: JondiWhitis.com |
10.2 Anita Kaiser: AnitaKaiserWellness.com
10.9 Katie Nall: NallEdgeCo.com | "A Technique to Eliminate Math Anxiety"
10.16 Katie Nall: NallEdgeCo.com | "A Technique to Eliminate Math Anxiety"
10.23 Andy Bryce: EFT Founding Master (by Gary Craig) www.TappingThrough.com
10.30 (Open for co-lead/co-host)
11. 6  Katie Nall: NallEdgeCo.com | "A Technique to Eliminate Math Anxiety"
11.13 Katie Nall: NallEdgeCo.com | "A Technique to Eliminate Math Anxiety"
11.20 Katie Nall: NallEdgeCo.com | "A Technique to Eliminate Math Anxiety"
11.27 No Meeting - Thanksgiving Break
12.04 Silke Johnson "Tapping on Exam Stress" :MelodyCenter.de
12. 11 (Open for co-lead/co-host)
(subject to change)
If you would like to receive a text/email reminder for these Tapping sessions, you can sign up here.

<Summer Acknowledgement>
Andrea Lewis: Solace4me.com (under construction, almost done)
Nancy Gnecco: NancyGnecco.com
Katie Nall: NallEdgeCo.com | "A Technique to Eliminate Math Anxiety"
Lori Lamont: FemaleEmpowermentEFT.com |
                     Free Tapping Calls (3rd Fri@10am & Last Mon@Noon EST)
Laurie Heyl: LaurieHeyl.com
Silke Johnson: MelodyCenter.de
Trina Markusson: www.presentmomentliving.ca | http://thereleaseapp.com/
Suzanne Velasquez-Sheehy: BoltToSuccess.com

Also gratitude goes to the many masters, trainers, mentors, founders and pioneers who have experimented, discovered and distilled the various theories, practices and tools of empowernment, trauma reprocessing, memory reconsolidations which contributes to the increased quality of life.

"The ability to consistently self-regulate with EFT [Tapping] has greatly increased my quality of life.  Better and more consistent moods, more present with clients, family, friends and colleagues...."
- Dr. Robert Rhoton, CEO Arizona Trauma Institute, co-editor International Journal of Trauma Practice and Research

Ongoing Dates

This event will take place from August 28, 2020 to November 13, 2020.

  • August 28, 2020: 12:00pm - 12:30pm
  • September 4, 2020: 12:00pm - 12:30pm
  • September 11, 2020: 12:00pm - 12:30pm
  • September 25, 2020: 12:00pm - 12:30pm
  • October 2, 2020: 12:00pm - 12:30pm
  • October 9, 2020: 12:00pm - 12:30pm
  • October 16, 2020: 12:00pm - 12:30pm
  • October 23, 2020: 12:00pm - 12:30pm
  • October 30, 2020: 12:00pm - 12:30pm
  • November 6, 2020: 12:00pm - 12:30pm
  • November 13, 2020: 12:00pm - 12:30pm