EFT Scientific ProofStudies that prove that EFT works.
Finally! scientific proof of the incredible EFT technique.
One of the most frustrating challenges as an EFT practitioner, has been that some people won’t try something unless it’s proven.
I have seen so much evidence over the years of the effectiveness of EFT by observing the incredible shifts and releases in my clients. That was all the proof I needed in order to continue with my practice.
However, armed now with documentation of studies done in the EFT and it’s effectiveness, I hope this will encourage many more people to try it, where they may have been dubious before.
Here’s an excerpt from a critical review published in the American Psychological Association’s (APA) journal Review of General Psychology:
in 2012, researchers found that EFT “consistently demonstrated strong effect sizes and other positive statistical results that far exceed chance after relatively few treatment sessions.” Original source article
EFT has been researched in more than 10 countries, by more than 60 investigators, whose results have been published in more than 20 different peer-reviewed journals…
Below is a 10 minute video by Dr Peta Stapleton that summarises research.
EFT means “Emotional Freedom Techniques” and is a powerful self-help method. EFT uses elements of Cognitive Therapy and Exposure Therapy, and combines them with Acupressure, in the form of fingertip tapping on acupuncture points.
Over 20 clinical trials published in peer-reviewed medical and psychology journals have demonstrated that EFT is effective for phobias, anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, pain, and other problems.
“Nothing comes closer to ‘magic’ than the positive results I have personally witnessed using EFT on thousands of my patients who suffered from physical and emotional pain and illness.”
-Dr. Mercola – Founder of mercola.com, most visited natural health site globally.
EFT research includes investigators affiliated with many different institutions – these range from Harvard Medical School, to the University of California at Berkeley, to City University of New York, to Walter Reed Military Medical Center, to Texas A&M University, to JFK University. Institutions in other countries whose faculty have contributed to EFT research include Staffordshire University (United Kingdom), Lund University (Sweden), Ankara University (Turkey), Santo Tomas University (Philippines), Lister Hospital (England), Cesar Vallejo University (Peru), Bond University (Australia) and Griffith University (Australia).