Resources for EFT Tapping
For Nurses (and those who love them): Results from Berna Dincer and Demet Inangil’s study is available in PDF format: Emotional Freedom Techniques on nurses’ stress, anxiety, and burnout levels during the COVID-19 pandemic: a randomized controlled trial. They conclude that “A brief, single-session, online group intervention utilizing EFT was effective in significantly reducing stress, anxiety, and burnout… [t]he intervention is fast and easy to provide, and it could be applied to nurses treating COVID-19 worldwide.”
Peta Stapleton, PhD, from Bond University has conducted many studies documenting the efficacy of EFT Tapping. Her recent book, The Science Behind EFT Tapping, is a remarkable resource. “In the Science Behind Tapping, Dr. Peta Stapleton explains the evidence supporting psychology’s most popular self-help technique. EFT or Freedom Techniques is part of the “fourth wave” of psychotherapy, methods that unite body, mind and energy, and can be a quantum leap faster and more effective than mind alone.”
Craig Weiner, DC, at EFT Tapping Training has put together an amazingly comprehensive collection of Studies, Abstracts, Papers, and Articles with Editor’s Note Summaries (by Craig Weiner, DC) about EFT, Energy Psychology and Tapping, including featured articles, and a helpful breakdown by topic. This is a great resource!
EFT International (formerly AAMET). EFT International is a unique, not-for-profit global association of dedicated EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) practitioners, trainers, and students. You’ll find tons of articles and great information as well as a list of accredited certified practitioners and teachers.
Gary Craig’s Gold Standard EFT Tapping Tutorial.The original free tutorial by EFT founder Gary Craig. Articles by topic, videos, demonstrations of tapping techniques. This is a good place to start learning about the basics EFT.
EFT Universe. Comprehensive US-based EFT information with links to training and articles, operated by Dawson Church. Dawson is one of many scientists who are pursuing and publishing research to help EFT become recognized officially as evidence-based in the US.