Research Into Tapping

While traditional western medicine and psychology focus on diagnosing symptoms and treating them from the outside, research is demonstrating tapping addresses the root causes of our issues and illnesses. By tapping into our own inner beliefs, experiences and influences to treat our ailments, increase our vitality and prevent future disease in the body, we can unlock our own unique life force to heal you from the inside.

The Science of Tapping Membership Program includes access to a database of tapping-related research, studies and reports. Members can obtain a complete listing of all tapping related research, updated quarterly. Included here is a small sample of important tapping research studies.

When you try tapping you realize it works - and now you have the science to discover why it's true.David Feinstein, Ph.D.

Highlighted Tapping Research

A more expanded compilation of tapping research is available for members only.

Our Team of Experts

These 12 experts in their field bring solid evidence to convince your audience. The wisdom of these experts can convince your audience because of what they say - and also because they present in a professional style. They're not sales people. They'll remind your audience of college professors and other knowledge-based authorities.

You can watch and use their entire interviews as part of our 2 Video Package.

David Feinstein, Ph.D.

Donna Eden

Fred Gallo Ph.D.

Mandi Freger, L.P.C.

Eric Robins M.D.

Peta Stapleton, Ph.D.

Tapas Fleming, L.Ac.

Dr. Joe Dispenza, D.C.

Loretta Sparks, L.M.F.T.

Larry Burk, M.D.

Alina Frank

Craig Weiner, D.C.

What Experts Say About the Science Behind Tapping

Tapping has gone from an obscure technique to a world-wide, evidence-based phenomenonDavid Feinstein,Ph.D.

Tapping works on an amazing spectrum of issues from physical to emotional where other therapies fail because it works at the cause of our issuesCraig Weiner, D.C.

I wanted to see what was behind the power of tapping and my research discovered why it is so successfulPeta Stapleton, Ph.D.


Come back often to review our articles and archives.

If you have material that you feel will add to our library, or you or your organization would like to contribute to a new study, please contact us.