We recommend using the videos in a variety of ways. You may find yourself wanting a way to help validate your excitement about the effectiveness of EFT and Tapping with colleagues in other professions who know little about it or are skeptical. You may have clients who want to explain what the work is that you are doing together to have more understanding and support from their spouses, family members or friends. For this we recommend the longer but accessible 30 minute video segment.
If you are giving a presentation or workshop involving Tapping and want to use an authoritative resource to teach the supporting science of EFT, you can simply use the 13 minute teaching module designed just for that purpose.
The 13 and 30 minute streaming versions (not the DVD) now have subtitles in Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese and English.
If you are an EFT and Tapping fan and love the stories and insights that our experts have to share, then you have the complete 9 bonus expert interviews you can personally enjoy and share with colleagues, clients and friends.
The streaming versions allow you to simply jump to and access easily, the 13 minute, the 30 minute video segments and select whichever bonus interview you wish to view.
The material is up to date as of the release date in 2018. Of course research is ongoing and new publications are being released regularly. The key points in the videos reinforce ideas that have been discussed for the last ten years, so they won't be outdated or replaced. The accompanying websites will be continually updated.
Our .com site was created for tapping practitioners like you. We have also added a membership section complete with information on how to best utilize the videos, a private forum and access to a continually updated tapping research white paper.
The .org website was created as a portal for the people you wish to influence and share the 12 hour link with. This is the site that we wish the doctors, academics, psychologists, school superintendents etc. to visit. It would not be most appropriate to send those people to a Video streaming sales page site. At the end of the science of tapping videos and on the DVD cover case, we have showcased the scienceoftapping.ORG address. On this site we will highlight and update the most noteworthy Tapping research, offer articles relevant to tapping science, offer a tapping practitioner directory where the public can search and find your listing along with a section on tapping in the mainstream media.
Yes. You'll hear discussions of research published in reputable scientific journals, the gold standard for research. Some of the expert contributors to the videos have conducted and/or published research themselves, including Drs. David Feinstein, Peta Stapleton, Fred Gallo and Joe Dispenza.
Definitely. In 2018 National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), the governmental authority responsible for determining which treatments are allowed for given health conditions within the U.K.'s National Health Service, created a new category for treating PTSD, “Combined Somatic and Cognitive Therapy,” which includes EFT and TFT, noting preliminary evidence in support of these approaches (https://www.nice.org.uk/guidance/indevelopment/gid-ng10013/documents, retrieved September 11, 2018). The guidelines recognized EFT as a "promising" approach for PTSD with a "large effect" and has recommended further research on EFT.
The United States Veterans Administration has added EFT to its list of "considered safe" therapies, particularly useful for depression and PTSD.
Kaiser’s peer-reviewed publication, The Permanente Journal, published practice guidelines in 2017 for using Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) with patients diagnosed with PTSD (Church, Stern et al., 2017). Kaiser Permanente is one of the largest hospital systems in the US, taking care of more than 10 million patients each year.
As of Oct 2018: 105 peer-reviewed outcome studies have been performed on tapping interventions—51 RCTs from over 12 countries examining a wide range of conditions, including anxiety, PTSD, specific phobias, depression, weight issues, sleep disorders, physical pain, fibromyalgia, and athletic performance.