In the Thursday, April 13, episode of EastEnders, Amy Mitchell (Ellie Dadd) got into difficulty with Jack Branning (Scott Maslen) and Denise Fox (Diane Parish) when Zack Hudson (James Farrar) reported the adolescent had been seen attempting to steal alcohol from Peggy’s.
Amy has been having mental health issues recently and even started self-harming.
Fortunately, Amy is making progress toward recovery with counseling and medicine, but it won’t be easy.
After learning about Denise and Ravi’s (Aaron Thiara) romance, the little girl has been under strain this week.
Amy, who was having a hard time controlling her emotions, started tapping on her chest in her bedroom in an effort to calm herself down.
Emotional freedom method (EFT) is what Amy has begun.
The alternative therapy known as EFT uses tapping or psychological acupressure on various bodily parts, such as the chest, palms, and beneath the nose, to alleviate both physical and emotional suffering.
While that helped to settle Amy down a bit, she still wanted to speak to Chelsea (Zaraah Abrahams), but she was occupied.
Amy was brought home by Zack after being caught drinking outside Peggy’s.
Amy again went to her room and began to feel overwhelmed when Jack and Denise emphasized there should be no more falsehoods.
Amy was drumming on her chest once again when Ricky (Frankie Day) walked in and said it helps her stay calm.
Because Chelsea wasn’t there to speak with Amy, her brother, who was experiencing issues with Sam (Kim Medcalf), ended up benefitting from the conversation.
Amy informed Ricky that she misses her mother every single day and that he is extremely fortunate to have a mother.
When Roxy (Rita Simons), who was intoxicated, dived into a pool and got into problems, Amy lost her mother in 2017.
Ronnie (Samantha Womack) entered to rescue her, but because of the weight of her wedding dress, the sisters both perished.
Before his mother left for a brief job in Spain, the chat was enough for Ricky to mend their relationship.