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EFT Practice Considerations

The Emotional Freedom Technique, Finally, a Unifying Theory for the Practice of Holistic Nursing, or Too Good to Be True?

September 18, 2018

Citation:  Rancour, P, Integrative Medicine, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. Full paper. Abstract The Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) is defined and described as a clinical procedure for the relief of psychological and physical distress that patients often bring to the attention of nurses. Frequently referred to as “tapping,” this technique combines the cognitive… Read More »

Clinical EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) as Single Session Therapy: Cases, Research, Indications, and Cautions

December 10, 2017

Citation: Church, D. (2013). Clinical EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) as Single Session Therapy: Cases, Research, Indications, and Cautions. In Capture the Moment: Single Session Therapy and Walk-In Service. (Michael Hoyt & Moshe Talmon, eds). Bethel, CT: Crown House. Abstract Clinical EFT (Emotion Freedom Techniques) is an evidence-based practice that combines elements of exposure and cognitive… Read More »

A Virtual Emotional Freedom Practitioner to Deliver Physical and Emotional Therapy

December 10, 2017

Citation:  Ranjbartabar, H., A THESIS SUBMITTED TO MACQUARIE UNIVERSITY FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF RESEARCH DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTING, MAY 03, 2016. Full paper. Abstract The role of virtual humans in a range of health scenarios, including therapy and counselling, is being explored as a substitute for human therapists and counsellors. This research study investigates… Read More »

Telephone Delivery of EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) Remediates PTSD Symptoms in Veterans

April 3, 2015

Investigation of the Effectiveness of Telephone vs. In-Person Delivery of EFT Citation: Hartung, J. & Stein, P. (2012). Telephone delivery of EFT (emotional freedom techniques) remediates PTSD symptoms in veterans. Energy Psychology Journal, 4(1), 33-40. Click here to view Abstract http://goo.gl/gq7XM0 Abstract Telephone-mediated psychotherapy is a resource for persons who have difficulty accessing office visits because… Read More »

Treatments Over a Distance: The Curious Phenomenon of “Surrogate Tapping”

April 2, 2015

A Review Article Exploring Energy Psychology’s Version of Non-Local Healing, Surrogate Tapping Feinstein, D., Treatments over a distance: the curious phenomenon of “surrogate tapping”doi: 10.9769.Energy Psychology Journal, 2013.5.1. DF Click Here for Abstract: http://goo.gl/5g4Xg9 and Click Here for Full Paper PDF http://goo.gl/v8JQ14 Abstract A psychotherapeutic approach that combines cognitive techniques with the stimulation of acupuncture points… Read More »

Addressing Emotional Blocks to Healing in an Energy Medicine Practice

April 2, 2015

Exploring Ethical and Clinical Guidelines for Energy Medicine Practices Citation: Feinstein, D., Moore, D. & Teplitz, D. (2012). Addressing Emotional Blocks to Healing in an Energy Medicine Practice: Ethical and Clinical Guidelines. Energy Psychology Journal 4(1). doi: 10.9769/EPJ.2012.4.1.DF.DM.DT Click here to view Abstract http://goo.gl/F3NM99 Abstract As the impact of emotional factors on physical health is… Read More »