Yes, unless there are other aspects that present themselves post-session. To use an example, a client had come to me for a phobia of spiders. She came away satisfied, until she rang me, because she saw a dangling spider. We had not tapped on a dangling spider, neither a running one, or more than one spider. These were aspects she had not thought about. Very easily rectified.
It obviously depends on the depth of the issue, on the individual and of course if they do their tapping homework, which will help to keep shifting issues. Generally the client feels if he or she needs another session.
You won’t need anything. Just be open to receive healing and remove blocks that spoil your life and prevent you from moving forward in life with joy and peace of mind, and living life to the full.
Yes you may, at the express condition that they are willing to work with EFT (we say “magic fingers” for children) and have not been forced to come, as the result won’t be a positive one. The parent can stay in the room with the child if both parties agree.