“Sexual injury (assault or otherwise) can lie at the heart of a multitude of presenting client issues, ranging from money blocks to physical health problems to a “fear of being seen” as well as more obvious concerns like intimacy challenges.” Alina Frank, author of How to Want Sex Again This is not an easy topic… Read More »
Having a trauma informed approach to working with adverse life events is critically important. When working with life traumas, many considerations must be evaluated, with slow and gentle always at the core. In this video with EFT International Master Trainers of Trainers, Alina Frank and Craig Weiner, directors of the EFT Tapping Training Institute, discuss… Read More »
Below is the press release recently made public explaining a milestone with regards a huge thumbs up from the UK National Institute for Health and Care Excellence regarding EFT and its application in the treatment of PTSD post-traumatic stress disorder. Tremendous acknowledgment goes out to EFT International (formerly known as AAMET) and a collaborative effort… Read More »
Citation: The Effectiveness of Emotional Freedom Techniques in the Treatment of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: A Meta-Analysis Sebastian, Brenda et al. Explore: The Journal of Science and Healing , Volume 13 , Issue 1 , 16 – 25 Abstract: Background Over the past two decades, growing numbers of clinicians have been utilizing emotional freedom techniques (EFT) in the… Read More »
An exciting new research study was just published by a collaboration of scientists that has identified a 10 day window of time that exists immediately after a traumatic event before significant neuron and synaptic changes happen that can turn a single trauma into an event that can alter a lifetime and potentially even lead to… Read More »
new study released this week suggests a significant connection between childhood trauma and cellular aging. The length of chromosomal end-caps, called telomeres, are increasingly being found to be related to increased risk of disease and shorter lifespans and were found to be in this study most likely to be affected by the predominance of childhood emotional trauma.
“The science is clear: ACEs dramatically affects health, across a lifespan…That’s where the hope lies…This is treatable. This is beatable…The single most important thing that we need today is the COURAGE to look this problem in the face: This is Real. This is ALL of us. WE are the movement.”
This study by Church and Brooks explores EFT & other CAM techniques for helping veterans and their spouses with PTSD symptoms including EFT, yoga, meditation and other neuroregulating techniques ub a retreat setting.
This paper from the journal, Traumatology, is the first to explore a population which desperately needs effective ways to deal with and cope with stress and trauma; adolescents who have been physically and psychologically/emotionally traumatized at home. In this study, a single EFT session was provided to the active treatment group while the other randomized control group was waitlisted without EFT intervention. While the wait list group reported no significant changes in their subjective measurement scores, the EFT group, 30 days later were re assessed and the after test scores revealed that 100% of those who received EFT were “nonclinical on the total score as well as the intrusive and avoidant symptom subscales and SUDs.” Given the significance of the results of this study, and with the intervention being only a single EFT session, I again hope to see this study validated by a replication study.