Gary Hiam, a senior therapist from Tacoma, has come up with a new way to do the 2-Hand Interweave. The therapist establishes a "resource hand" with the client, where the client feels her strength and power. Therapist touches the hand to anchor the feeling, "Now go inside and feel where you feel it." Therapist taps on the backs of the client’s closed hands.
Then the therapist asks the client to notice the hand that holds "the struggle". Touch it. "It’s the part that feels weak or is scared. Go inside with that." Tap on both hands while the client feels the struggle for a moment.
Then bring the attention to both hands at once, start tapping, and see what happens.
Remember that in the Two-Hand Interweave, sets are brief. We’re not clearing trauma, but connecting different neural nets for comparison or integration.