This case study report by Peta Stapleton of the use of EFT for a single obese patient is informative and specific in its description of the use of EFT for this client.
A 12 Month Follow Up Study on the Effectiveness of EFT on Food Cravings Reveals Significant Reductions in Weight, Body Mass Index (BMI), Food Cravings, Craving Restraint and Psychological Coping Ability Citation: Stapleton, P., Sheldon, T., & Porter, B. (2012). Clinical benefits of emotional freedom techniques on food cravings at 12-months follow-up: A randomized controlled… Read More »
Stapleton, P., Church, D., Sheldon, T., Porter, B., & Carlopio, C. (2013). Depression Symptoms Improve after Successful Weight Loss with Emotional Freedom Techniques. ISRN Psychiatry, 2013, 573532. doi:10.1155/2013/573532 Click here to read Abstract and Full Paper http://goo.gl/Knpxuk Abstract Ninety-six overweight or obese adults were randomly allocated to a four-week EFT treatment or waitlist condition. Waitlist participants crossed… Read More »
Citation: Church, D. & Brooks, A. (2010a). The Effect of a Brief EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) Self-Intervention on Anxiety, Depression, Pain and Cravings in Healthcare Workers. Integrative Medicine: A Clinician’s Journal, Oct/Nov.9.5. To view Abstract search Archives Index at www.imjournal.com Abstract This study examined whether self-intervention with Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT), a brief exposure therapy… Read More »