Dr. David Feinstein's Energy Psychology, EFT, and Acupoint-Tapping Series
In this series of articles about Energy Psychology, Dr. David Feinstein shares his powerful contribution to psychotherapy, based in his 50 years' experience as a clinical psychologist.
While David’s papers have been written primarily for therapists who use Energy Psychology methods in their practices, some of these papers are proving to be highly instructive for their clients as well.
Whether you are a therapist or someone looking into EFT for your own growth and challenges, we're offering 10 of Dr. Feinstein’s most influential journal articles or book chapters and will present one each month over the next 10 months: Read more...
Want the Latest Scientific Understanding of EFT?
Your All-Access pass to the 2021 Scientific Symposium is now available. This pass includes access to each video presentation and supporting materials from each of our presenters:
Dr. Peta Stapleton: EFT for Stress and Chronic Pain, the Latest Updates
Dr. Mahima Kalla: Tapping into Recovery – Recovering a Life Amid Chronic Illness
Dr. David Feinstein: Tapping for Healing and Human Potential, the Evidence as of March 2021
EFTi Chair Jacqui Footman: Understanding NICE Recommendations for EFT
Dr. Craig Weiner: Using Scientific Evidence to Supercharge Your EFT Business
Suzanne Connolly LCSW: Tapping the Way to Global Mental Health
The EFTi Research Team: Q & A
EFTi Volunteers John Freedom and David McKay: Discussion of Clinical Case Studies
This event was co-hosted by EFTi Research Team Volunteer Sonia Munafo and Research Team Chair Pat Ballantyne. EFTi Research Team Volunteer Melanie Hammick hosted the Q & A.
NICE Recommendations for EFT
Read more about how NICE ( National Institute for Health and Care Excellence in the UK) has found EFT to be clinically and cost-effective for PTSD...
Publishing Guidelines for EP Research Studies
Click here for the 2021 guidelines for publishing Energy Psychology Research, compiled by Dr. Peta Stapleton
Dr. Peta Stapleton Talks About Her Research into EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques):
In the below videos, Dr. Stapleton shines a spotlight on the latest in EFT Research and translates, in laypersons' terms, how EFT has been shown to positively address PTSD, stress-related conditions, and depression. The links to the studies mentioned can be found on Dr Peta Stapleton’s website, but can also be found by searching the EFTi Research section (above).
In this video clip, Dr Peta Stapleton describes what a meta analysis is. She outlines the effect sizes of using EFT for PTSD, depression and anxiety and explains what this means.
In this video clip, Dr Peta Stapleton outlines the results of some studies that have used EFT for stress reduction.
In this video, Dr Peta Stapleton provides an overview of 3 studies that target depression using EFT.
Perspectives on EFT Tapping Research
An Overview of the Science Behind EFT from Dr. Shoshana Garfield
There are major scientific areas where EFT is being studied and tested. Below are brief summaries of some of the findings – together with references and links for further information:
EFTi Research Chronicle Newsletter for Members Archive
Every few months, EFT International sends via email to all members a chronicle of the latest in EFT Tapping Research. Join as a Supporting Member today to receive these updates in realtime.
Resources for EFT Practitioners Undertaking Research
Dr. Liz Boath Makes the Case for EFT and Writing and Publishing EFT Case Studies
Liz is Professor of Health and Wellbeing at Staffordshire University as well as an advanced. Her presentation is about how to write a case study for publication. She also speaks about how there is a paucity of case studies in EFT and why case studies are important. This is a must see presentation for anyone considering doing a case study in EFT.