Schoninger, B., & Hartung, J. (2010). Changes on self-report measures of public speaking anxiety following treatment with Thought Field Therapy. Energy Psychology: Theory, Research, and Treatment, 2(1), 13-26. doi: 10.9769/EPJ.2010.2.1.BS.JH
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The effects of one 60-minute treatment with thought field therapy (TFT) on public speaking anxiety with 48 participants were studied.
Participants were randomly assigned to treatment or delayed-treatment conditions and to one of 11 licensed therapists trained in TFT.
Participants receiving TFT treatment showed decreases in public speaking anxiety and increases in positive measures related to anticipation of future public speaking experiences. Participants in the delayed-treatment condition showed no improvement while on a wait list, but after treatment showed similar effects on all measures.