Developed in the early 1990s, Clinical EFT can be defined as a psychophysiological intervention which combines psychological methods drawn from conventional therapies with somatic stimulation.
The American Psychological Association (APA) has been providing continuing education credits for courses in EFT since 2011.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs acknowledges EFT as a trauma resource
In the U.K. the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, a governmental authority, has established a category for treating PTSD which includes EFT.
The Canadian Psychotherapy Association approves EFT
Australian Psychologist of the Year (2019), Associate Professor Peta Stapleton of Bond University has researched EFT for 10 years.
read about EFT
‘The Science Behind Tapping: a Proven Stress Management Technique for the Mind and Body’ (Hay House Inc. 2019, foreword by Dr. Joe Dispenza) states, ‘EFT has profound effects on the nervous system, the production of stress hormones (particularly cortisol), DNA regulation, and brain activity.’ This book offers the missing piece of this self-applied stress management tool- how and why it works
tedx talks on eft
Dr. Stapleton’s Youtube TEDX talk on EFT is titled ‘Is Therapy Facing a Revolution?’, citing EFT as a leader in ‘the fourth wave of psychotherapy’. Dr. Peta Stapleton has led the Australian research into Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) or ‘tapping’, which is used to treat a number of conditions including chronic pain, obesity, anxiety and stress
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