Citation: Hakam, M., Yetti, K., & Hariyati, T. S. (2009). Spiritual emotional freedom technique intervention to reduce pain in cancer patients. Makara Journal of Health Research, 13(2). doi:10.7454/msk.v13i2.375 Abstract Spiritual emotional freedom technique (SEFT) represents a combination technique from body’s energy system and spiritual therapy by tapping at certain points of the body. SEFT focuses… Read More »
Pain and Physical Conditions
Citation (APA Style): Yuniarti, Y., Suwondo, A., Runjati, R., Maharani, S. I., Ofiwijayanti, H., & Anastasia, S. (2016, May). Influence of Spiritual Therapy Emotional Freedom Technique (SEFT) on cortisol levels and immunoglobulin E (study of anxiety in pregnant women in independent practice midwives Semarang). ASEAN/Asian Academic Society International Conference Proceeding Series, 4th annual. Link to… Read More »
Citation: Yuniarsih, S. M., Ropi, H., & Maryati, I. (2015). Pain and anxiety reduction of first stage maternity mothers using SEFT intervention. Pena Jurnal Ilmu Pengetahuan Dan Teknologi, 28(2). Abstract Pain and anxiety are major problems in childbirth. Management of pain and anxiety made to smooth the process of childbirth. This study aimed to compare… Read More »
Citation: Mahnaz Hajloo, Dr. Hassan Ahadi, Dr. Hossein Rezabakhsh, Dr. Adis Kraskian mojembari, Mediterranean Journal of Social Science, December 2014 MCSER Publishing, Rome-Italy, Vol 5 No 27 December 2014 Abstract Chronic diseases are a major cause of death and illness in the world and diabetics is in sixth rank. As Harati in 2009 noted the… Read More »
Citation: Church, D., & Nelms, J. (2016). Pain, range of motion, and psychological symptoms in a population with frozen shoulder: A randomized controlled dismantling study of clinical EFT (emotional freedom techniques). Archives of Scientific Psychology, 4(1), 38-48. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/arc0000028 Abstract Clinical EFT (emotional freedom techniques) combines fingertip stimulation of acupuncture points (acupressure) with elements drawn from… Read More »
Citation: Dawson Church, Ph.D, These data were presented at the Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology conference, San Diego, June 4, 2012. Abstract A randomized controlled trial of veterans with clinical levels of PTSD symptoms found significant improvements after EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques). Although pain, depression, and anxiety were not the primary targets of treatment, significant… Read More »
Citation: Peta Stapleton, Hannah Chatwin, and Lily Sheppard, School of Psychology, Bond University, Queensland, Australia; Joyce McSwan, Gold Coast Primary Health Network, Queensland, Australia, Energy Psychology Journal, November 2016 Abstract Chronic pain is associated with a range of physical, psychological, and social risk factors, and successful treatment aims to reduce pain and improve function and… Read More »
This study suggests that EFT is effective in helping individuals to cope with their chronic pain. If the results can be replicated in further studies, the implications would be considerable – given the fact that EFT is low-cost, easily administered, and can be used to complement other treatments.Findings suggest that EFT helps immediately reduce pain severity while also improving participants’ ability to live with their pain.
This 2015 peer reviewed published study demonstrates the effectiveness of EFT for helping a geriatric population with even greater effectiveness than a standard accepted insomnia treatment of Sleep Hygeine Education.