Thursday, April 4, 2013

Migraines? PTSD? Depression? Anxiety? Phobias? Food Cravings? Athletic Performance? Weight Loss? Stress? Tension? Emotional Trauma? - Last year, July 2012, a critical review in the American Psychological Association's (APA) journal "Review of General Psychology" found that EFT "consistently demonstrated strong effect sizes and other positive statistical results that far exceed chance after relatively few treatment sessions. This brought EFT one step closer to meeting the criteria for evidence-based treatments proposed by the APA, an important step toward EFT’s acceptance by the wider professional community, and one that will bring its benefits to a wider group of people. This doesn't mean the APA has certified EFT or reversed its 12-year ban on continuing education credits for EFT... yet. But it's exciting in that this is an important step toward EFT's acceptance by the wider professional community."

Energy Psychology Tool Cuts Tension Headache Frequency and Intensity by More Than Half

April 04, 2013

Pain is in Your Brain and How to Fix It

Break Out the Champagne! EFT One Step Closer to Professional Association Acceptance

EFT is Effective Even When Delivered at a Distance (Online, Over the Phone, etc.)

Several methods for delivering EFT other than individual therapy have been tested. In a controlled trial of veterans with PTSD, Hartung and Stein (2012) compared telephone coaching with office visits. Two-thirds of the veterans receiving telephone coaching showed a significant symptom reduction within six EFT sessions. For office visits, the results were even stronger, with 91% of veterans going from above to below PTSD thresholds on standardized inventories within six EFT sessions. The superiority of office visits in reducing symptoms should not, however, obscure the strong results obtained over the telephone.
The telephone sessions still produced a better result than most other therapeutic methods can offer, along with the expanded accessibility and other advantages of a non-office option.
Another way of delivering energy psychology interventions is in group therapy sessions. This has been reported in several studies.
A study of 216 healthcare workers receiving a day of group EFT found a 45% reduction in psychological symptoms such as depression and anxiety (Church & Brooks, 2010). A randomized controlled trial of depression in college students found that most participants in the moderate to severe depression category normalized after four group therapy sessions (Church, De Asis, & Brooks, in press). Rwandan orphans who received TFT group therapy experienced significant reductions in PTSD symptoms (Stone, Leyden, & Fellows, 2009).
 “Until This… I’ve not had 2 Pain Free Nights in a Row Since 1991”

"...a growing number of western medical doctors have recognized EFT's usefulness. Eric Robins, MD states:
"Someday the medical profession will wake up and realize that unresolved emotional issues are the main cause of 85% of all illnesses. When they do, EFT will be one of their primary healing tools ... as it is for me."
"EFT is a new procedure that borrows from the much-heralded discoveries of Albert Einstein (everything, including your body, is composed of energy) AND from the ancient wisdom of Chinese acupuncture.

"In essence, EFT is an emotional version of acupuncture except that needles are not necessary. Instead, certain release points are stimulated by tapping them with the fingertips. Further, the basics of EFT can be learned by anyone and can be self-applied (usually in minutes).
EFT is gentle -- even for people with fibromyalgia who can be very sensitive to touch...."

How Janet Cole Became Pain-Free from Fibromyalgia, After 9 Years, Using EFT...

"...Please note that, in addition to improving fibromyalgia symptoms with EFT, it has been a consistently effective healing tool for hundreds of other physical, mental and emotional ailments..."

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