The EFTi Research Committee is a Multidisciplinary panel that includes a broad range of professionals.
Our Vision is to become more involved and actively engage with mainstream organisations like Public and Social Health and Education, to promote EFT by showcasing research and building trust in the tool and EFTi as a practice standard body.
The Research Committee provides input into planned activities and outreach to the Board of Trustees.
Members of the committee also contribute to working groups that aim to further practice, education and research into EFT.
Our Mission is to document, educate and support quality, impactful research on EFT to alleviate suffering, access human potential and enhance human performance
Research Committee Volunteers
- Interim Chair: Aga Kehinde contact
- Member: Associate Professor Liz Boath
- Member: Sonia Munafo
- Member: Pat Ballantyne
- Member: John Freedom
- Member: Kathy Adams
As a member of our team, there is so much for you to gain from opportunities to network with like-minded people, share learning and progress in the field of research to EFT.