Citation: Feinstein, D. (2012). Acupoint stimulation in treating psychological disorders: Evidence of Efficacy. Review of General Psychology. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1037/a0028602 Click here to read Abstract and Full Paper PDF http://goo.gl/brTBAQ (Note: This version may not exactly replicate the version published in the APA journal. It is not the “copy of record.”) Abstract Energy… Read More »
Citation: Puspitaningrum, Ike and Wijayanti, Diyan Yuli, Paper presented at Java International Nursing Conference 2012, 6-7 Oktober 2012, Semarang. Abstract Only available http://eprints.undip.ac.id/40379/ Abstract Background: Patients with mental illness, such schizophrenia is characterized by profound disruption in cognition and emotion, affecting the most fundamental human attributes: language, thought, perception, affect, and sense of self. Negative emotions in schizophrenia… Read More »
Citation: Moritz, S, Aravena, S, Guczka, S, Schilling, L., Eichenberg, C., Raubart, G., Seebeck, A., Jelinek, L. Knock and it will be opened to you? An evaluation of meridian-tapping in obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, March 2011. Abstract Meridian-tapping (MT) is a body-oriented therapeutic technique which among other psychological problems… Read More »
This pilot study of 24 individuals were used as a subset of an EFT research project and as such was a pilot study that targeted the effect of Matrix Reimprinting (MR) on a range of emotional condition. MR was delivered in a community health care facility setting within the National Health Service in metropolitan Sandwell, U.K. A variety of clinical subjective testing methods showed statistically and clinically significant improvements with approximately 8 session. The results support the potential of MR as a cost-effective treatment of physical and psychological disorders.
Original Rowe Study (2005) Evaluating the Effectiveness of Group Administered EFT in a Workshop Setting on Reducing Psychological Distress with 6 Month Follow-up Citation: Rowe, J. (2005). The effects of EFT on long-term psychological symptoms. Counseling and Clinical Psychology Journal, 2(3):104. Click here to view Abstract http://goo.gl/9D9Jwi Abstract Previous research (Salas, 2000; Wells, et al.,… Read More »
Follow Up to Rowe 2012 Study on the Effectiveness of Group Administered EFT in a Workshop Setting for the Reduction of Depression and Anxiety Symptoms Citation: Palmer-Hoffman, J., & Brooks, A. (2011). Psychological Symptom Change after Group Application of Emotional Freedom Techniques. Energy Psychology: Theory, Research, & Treatment, 3(1), 57-72. Click here to view Abstract… Read More »
Citation: Mollon, Phil. (2007). Thought Field Therapy and its derivatives: Rapid relief of mental health problems through tapping on the body. Primary Care and Community Psychiatry. 12[3-4], 123-127.Click here to read Full Paper http://goo.gl/oYWN5T Abstract A genre of psychotherapeutic enquiry, involving work with the body’s energy system as well as the mind, began in the… Read More »
Citation: Church, D. (2013). Clinical EFT as an evidence-based practice for the treatment of psychological and physiological conditions. Psychology, 4(8). Click here to view Abstract and download and read Full Paper http://goo.gl/8IFgXp Abstract Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) has moved in the past two decades from a fringe therapy to widespread professional acceptance. This paper defines… Read More »
This service evaluation in a Sandwell, UK, NHS community clinic found EFT to be effective in an average of 5 sessions to significantly reduce individuals experiencing anxiety, depression, anger and other emotional conditions. It is the first pilot study performed in a National Health Service clinic in the UK.