Kerry Dunn

Diploma Social Sciences (Psychology)
Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) Practitioner
Australian Bush Flower Essences

PH: 0400 197415
E: [email protected] 



About Kerry

I am a skilled certified EFT Practitioner based on the Northern Beaches of Sydney.  If you are truly committed to making some positive changes in your life now, I can show you how – work with you – and mentor you in this remarkable acupressure-and-mindfulness technique.

I work on a face-to-face basis specialising in:

  • Freeing yourself from limiting beliefs
  • Overcoming anxiety and stress
  • Panic attacks
  • Regaining self-esteem and self-worth
  • Troubled relationship problems – romantic and family


​My qualifications and continuing education include:

  • Health Science (Naturopathy) – currently studying
  • Energetic Tools For Transformation (EFT) Practitioner
  • EFT Tapping Out of Trauma
  • Diploma of Social Sciences – Psychology
  • Psychology of Food
  • Gut Heath – The Second Brain
  • Dowsing as an Energetic Assessment Tool
  • The Meridian Energy System
  • The Chakra Energy System
  • Australian Bush Flower Essences – Vibrational Medicine


What is EFT

EFT is a form of psychological acupressure, based on the same energy meridians used in traditional acupuncture – but without the needles.   You’ll hear EFT being referred to as Tapping because you tap with your fingertips on these meridians on your head, upper body whilst you think about, and voice your specific problem.

​This combination of tapping the meridians and reciting your feelings works to clear the emotional blockage from your body’s bioenergy system, restoring your mind and body’s balance

​Although that all sounds a little strange and can feel so at first, EFT is used by doctors and psychiatrists and in many hospitals around the world.

This basic stress relief technique is applied in specific ways to a multitude of personal problems, e.g. to relationships difficulties, chronic pain, self-esteem, anger management, eliminating food cravings and other cravings, neutralising traumatic memories (including Post-Traumatic Stress symptoms), workplace or domestic stress, anxiety, and depression.


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