EFT Gains Additional Scientific Credibility

There is some exciting news in the research arena regarding EFT.
According to an article on the EFTUniverse web site: "A critical review of 50 peer-reviewed clinical outcome reports and systematic studies of EFT and TFT led to the following statements in a paper that is scheduled to appear in a major peer-reviewed APA journal,
Review of General Psychology: "A literature search identified 50 peer-reviewed papers that report or investigate clinical outcomes following the tapping of acupuncture points to address psychological issues. The 17 randomized controlled trials in this sample were critically evaluated for design quality, leading to the conclusion that they consistently demonstrated strong effect sizes and other positive statistical results that far exceed chance after relatively few treatment sessions. Criteria for evidence-based treatments proposed by Division 12 of the American Psychological Association were also applied and found to be met for a number of conditions, including PTSD." (Feinstein, in press). References for these claims are found in the paper, which is well worth reading in full."
This article summarizes the current research and so is a valuable reference you can provide to others who want to know about the scientific validity of EFT.