Randomized controlled trials have found EFT treatment to be effective for:
(a) psychological conditions such as anxiety, depression, phobias, and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD);
(b) physiological issues such as pain, insomnia, and autoimmune conditions;
(c) professional and sports performance;
(d) and biological markers of stress.”
“Comparatively few treatment sessions are required, treatment is effective whether delivered in person or virtually, and symptom improvements persist over time.”
These are but two important highlights from a powerful new research paper on Tapping that was just recently published in a highly esteemed scientific journal. This is the most comprehensive research paper on Tapping to be published to date.
Published in Frontiers in Psychology – a top peer-reviewed journal in the field of psychology – the paper summarized the results from every single high-quality study on Tapping conducted so far. Read The paper here.
This systematic review paper shows that EFT Tapping is one of the most extensively researched methods in the entire field of psychology (with over 125 peer-reviewed studies and more than 300 total studies now published!).
The authors conclude that Tapping is an effective treatment for a variety of psychological and physiological conditions that should be used in primary care settings, hospitals, and clinics.