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Yes- EFT is Credible

EFT Tapping is an effective self-help tool to release emotional distress, including anger and sadness. An article was published in the American Psychological Association (APA) peer-reviewed journal Review of General Psychology. It shows that EFT meets Division 12 criteria for evidence-based practice for phobias, generalized anxiety, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). There are also studies showing that it is effective on depression, weight control, physical pain, physical illness, and athletic performance. In addition, EFT reduces cortisol levels, which is the primary hormone associated with stress.

In a 2005 study with 102 participants published in the Clinical Psychology Journal, all measures of psychological distress decreased after an EFT workshop and were maintained at the six month follow up.

In another study with veterans, 86% of those receiving the treatment dropped from the category of clinical (severe) PTSD to the category of subclinical PTSD. This is the best result for PTSD ever obtained in a clinical trial of any therapy and optimistic news for those suffering from PTSD.

Additional research has appeared in the following professional journals:The Journal of Clinical Psychology, The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, Primary Care and Community Psychiatry, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training, The Review of General Psychology, and Traumatology.

The Veteran's Administration (VA) has recently approved the use of EFT with those who have been suffering from PTSD, depression, anxiety, pain and other conditions.

The Association of Social Work Boards, the National Board of Certified Counselors, and the National Association of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors grant continuing education to their professional members for certification workshops through EFT Universe.

So, although it looks strange, it is a safe and empowering self-help tool. And it works.

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