Emotional Freedom Technique Group Course
Join me for a six-week group exploring and learning about the Emotional Freedom Technique.
· In this six-week program, you will learn the basics of this Emotional Freedom Technique.
· The role of targeting Limited Beliefs
· Experience how this simple technique allows your parasympathetic nervous system to calm down and reboot itself.
· This course will also include weekly 30-minute group coaching weekly coaching.
· I will be teaching the course will be live on zoom. Click the link below to register: eft tapping
Over 275 review articles, research studies and meta-analyses have been published in professional, peer-reviewed journals. This includes: • 70 randomized controlled trials • 55 clinical outcome studies (All except one of the above 125 studies document EP effectiveness) • 5 meta-analyses • 5 systematic reviews of EP modalities • 12 comparative reviews (EP & other therapies) (All reviews document EP effectiveness).
The evidence base for energy psychology continues to grow – in quantity and quality (methodological rigor) • 2000 – 2012 18 randomized controlled trials • As of 2016 45 randomized controlled trials • 2014 – 2018 5 meta-analyses document efficacy for EP methods • 2017 – 2018 2 randomized control trials using biologic or genetic outcome measures document positive outcomes for EP methods it.
• 2019 – 2021 First fMRI study documents neural changes after EFT 2 studies show significant cortisol drop with EFT physiological & immunological changes and gene expression with EP methods. Randomized control trials now total 70.
And multiple research studies document the efficacy of EP methods for:
• Pain • Anxiety • Depression • Food cravings • Trauma and PTSD • Peak athletic performance.
Skills Training for Health and Education Professionals
• In 2017, the U.S. Veterans Administration added EFT to List 2, approving it as a “generally safe therapy.” Next is getting added to List 1, which is a list of approved treatments. • There are over 400 identified forms of psychotherapy, many of which have little or no research to validate them. Energy psychology is both evidence-based and in the top 10% in terms of published research for psychotherapy modalities.