I have been informed that Steven Isaacs is not a licensed health care provider, therapist, nor a psychologist. His academic training is in education, with a B.A. in Secondary Education, and not health care.

I understand that the services he provides in EFT are educational in nature.

I agree that this work is not psychotherapy and I am responsible for my own well-being, during and after our work together.

I understand that I am advised to consult with my current health care providers before changing any medications or other treatments, and to inform them of my decision to work with EFT.

I understand that each session will be held in the strictest confidence and with the utmost respect, taking into consideration the following as required by law:

•Steven may disclose private information without consent in order to protect clients or the public from serious harm. For example, if a client was to discuss plans to attempt suicide or harm another person.
•Steven is required to report ongoing domestic violence, abuse or neglect of children, the elderly or people with disabilities. (However, if a client discloses, he or she was abused as a child, Steven typically isn't bound to report that abuse, unless there are other children continuing to be abused.)
•Steven may release information if he receives a court order. That could happen if a client's mental health were to come into question during legal proceedings.

EFT’s Limitations & Disclaimer

•Like any other stress-reduction method, EFT is not perfect. It is not a panacea, and it does not have a 100% success rate. But it usually works reliably well. Case histories listed on the EFTUniverse.com website shows that the results are often immediate, and last over time.
•EFT can often provide substantial relief with little or no emotional pain. This is not true for everyone, however. Psychological trauma can be intense and emotionally painful to deal with.
•If you have long-lasting or intense emotional or physical trauma it is essential that you consult your physician or licensed mental health practitioner before using EFT or any other stress-reduction method.
•If you have a history of epilepsy or psychotic episodes you should only do EFT while under direct supervision of a doctor or therapist.
•EFT is not a substitute for medical or mental health treatment.
•Be advised that I am not a therapist, a psychologist, or a licensed healthcare provider. I do not, nor does EFT diagnose or treat illnesses, disease, or psychological problems.
•Individuals seeking EFT as a resource for their own wellbeing need to take responsibility for their own health and wellness.
•EFT is not a replacement for consultations done with a medical doctor, a psychologist, or a psychiatrist.
•EFT is not intended to replace any medical advice given by a qualified medical provider. If you are taking medication for any condition while using EFT it is advisable that you let your doctor know so they can monitor your medication.
•Do not alter your medication dosage without consulting your doctor first.
•I offer my services as a Certified Clinical EFT Practitioner, a self-help educator, and a coach and all services are meant to be additional support for improving your well-being.