EFT by Phone or Online Video Conferencing
EFT works very well by phone and by meeting online using video conferencing (you can both see and hear each other). Kay has clients all over the US and even outside the US who work with her this way. So please rest assured this is a great way to do EFT.
If using the telephone it's nice to use a headset/ear phones or a speaker phone. If you don't have these that's just fine. You can hold the phone with one hand and tap with the other, or even rest the phone on a pillow if you want both of your hands free. We also have the option of my doing surrogate tapping for you. (If you don't know what that is I can explain.) There a variety ways to arrange the telephone that can work well.
When using video conferencing Kay will send you an email initiation to meet and all you need to do is click the link and follow the instructions. You will need a web camera to use this method.
It's nice to have a glass of water handy during your session. It's also beneficial to have paper and pen available to make notes and record ideas for things you may want to tap on afterward. If you have more than one issue you want to work on please prioritize them and we will get through as much as we can in the time we have for your session.
Fee is $150 for one hour. Generally this is plenty of time as EFT is a very efficient method. If you prefer a two hour session it will be $275. Feel free to call Kay at (512)358-0770 if you would like to discuss what length of session will be best for you.
There are two ways to pay for your phone session. You may use the PayPal button below. Or, you may mail a check or money order to:
Kay Christopher, ACEP-EFT
4131 Spicewood Springs Rd, Ste G-1
Austin, TX 78759
If you are not able to make your appointment time, please cancel or reschedule with a 24-hour notice to avoid paying the full fee for the session. By scheduling an appointment you are agreeing to this policy.
Insurance & HSA Accounts: Some insurance plans cover pastoral services. Kay Christopher does not file any insurance claims and fees are due at the time services are rendered, but if you need a receipt to send to your insurance company for reimbursement just let her know. Pastoral services may also be covered by health insurance Health Savings Account (HSA) plans. In addition, pastoral services may be deductible on your income tax return. Please see your insurance agent and/or accountant to find out if this is so in your case.
Paying Through a Business Account: Kay has an extensive background in business consulting. If you are using sessions to further your business you may want to pay for sessions through your business account.
To contact Kay about setting an appointment or to ask questions about EFT please click here.