People who use EFT can validate it’s extraordinary results, but there are those who require the back up of scientific research studies.
NEWS! EFT meets the criteria for research funding according to National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) Click here.
Public interest in complementary therapies has grown at a significant rate so research is more important than every for any medical intervention because anecdotal evidence alone cannot validate whether it works or is safe. Whether it’s one person or many people, believing that a particular therapy helped them is not enough. An improvement in their health could be due to
Another medicine or intervention they are taking
Change in other circumstances
Evidence based therapies are accepted by professional institutions as they have scientific evidence to support it’s efficacy. Despite the fact that EFT is not yet regarded as being evidence based, it has passed a range of clinical trials and studies which are still ongoing. The National Institute of Clinical Evidence were impressed enough to recommend further research into the effectiveness of EFT comparing it to EMDR for post traumatic stress.
Here are just some excellent results that have recently emerged and more will follow….. EFT RESEARCH