The Future Treatment: Psy-TaP
Psy-TaP (Psychosensory Techniques and Principles) was born from a need to change the way we approach treatments to fit in with today’s time poor society and with a solution focused, rather than problem focused approach.
Kevin Laye, it’s founder, has taken an engineer’s mindset to create a system where we look at the epistemology the ‘how do we do that?’ in regard to habitual & emotional problems, and then found a way to stop the process from happening, a kind of massive pattern interrupt.
Core knowledge from NLP, Hypnosis, Psychotherapy and many Psychosensory based energy psychologies (TFT, EMDR, IEMT, EFT, SATT plus others) were at the base, new techniques like VCART (Visual Coding And Repatterning Technique) were created to what is now
the fastest and most effective treatment available.
Psy-TaP is suitable for children and adults, changes the root cause of the issue, is safe, can be content free and sometimes only takes seconds.
Some of the areas for which Psy-Tap works:
- Addictions – general
- Anger Management
- Child Related Issues
- Childhood Trauma
- Chronic Fatigue
- Emotional Abuse
- Exams anxiety/fear
- Fears – general
- Fears – Doctor / Dentist
- Fears – Flying / Driving
- Food addictions
- Low Self Confidence
- Low Self Esteem
- Mental Health
- OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder)
- Panic Disorder
- Passive Aggressive Behaviour
- Physical Abuse
- Physical Pain
- Public Speaking Fears
- PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)
- Self Harm
- Self Sabotage
- Separation & Divorce
- Sex Problems
- Stress – general
- Stop Smoking
- Trauma – general
Psy-TaP Practitioners are Certified & exclusive.
There are less than 300 Certified Psy-TaP Practitioners worldwide. A high standard of the Certified Practitioners and the quality of service being delivered is therefore maintained.
A Certified Psy-TaP Practitioner is able to demonstrate the skills at the highest level.
Many Certified Psy-TaP Practitioners are doctors & therapists in their own field and Psy-TaP is closely linked with theCollege of Medicine, the organisation actively encouraging integration of conventional and alternative healthcare.
Certified Psy-TaP Practitioners receive twice yearly update training and often more frequent due to continuous developments.
Only work with a Certified Psy-TaP Practitioner.