Brain Scans Part of the First Large Scale Energy Psychology Study. Energy Psychology Interactive: Rapid Interventions for Lasting Change. The Neurological Foundations of Energy Psychology: Brain Scan Changes during 4 Weeks of Treatment for Generalized Anxiety Disorder.
Preliminary Report of the First Large Scale Study of Energy Psychology
Citation: Andrade, Joaquin and Feinstein, David. (2004). Preliminary report of the first large scale study of energy psychology. Energy Psychology Interactive: Rapid Interventions for Lasting Change. The Neurological Foundations of Energy Psychology: Brains Scan Changes during 4 Weeks of Treatment for Generalized Anxiety Disorder. Ashland, OR: Innersource. Click here for the Abstract and Full Paper http://goo.gl/FSTtpg
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Abstract: In preliminary clinical trials involving more than 29,000 patients from 11 allied treatment centers in South America during a 14-year period, a variety of randomized, double-blind pilot studies were conducted. In one of these, approximately 5,000 patients diagnosed at intake with an anxiety disorder were randomly assigned to an experimental group (tapping) or a control group (cognitive behavior therapy /medication). Ratings were given by independent clinicians who interviewed each patient at the close of therapy, at 1 month, at 3 months, at 6 months, and at 12 months. The raters made a determination of complete remission of symptoms, partial remission of symptoms, or no clinical response. The raters did not know if the patient received CBT/medication or tapping. They knew only the initial diagnosis, the symptoms, and the severity, as judged by the intake staff. At the close of therapy: 63% of the control group were judged as having improved; 90% of the experimental group were judged as having improved. 51% of the control group were judged as being symptom free; 76% of the experimental group were judged as symptom free.