EFT Tapping for the Underpinnings of Depression


By Dawson Church, PhD, Best-selling Author of the Award-Winning Book The Genie in Your Genes.

Several studies have demonstrated EFT's efficacy for depression. I performed one study with healthcare workers and measured their depression levels before and after a brief EFT workshop. Not only did their depressive symptoms improve significantly; they were still better when followed up three months later. Yet it's important to focus on the emotional experiences that underlie depression, rather than tapping generally on the feeling of depression itself. You can see how to find those specific events in some of the free tutorials I wrote. The EFT Mini-Manual is also free, and will get you started. To go further on your EFT journey, take an EFT workshop, book a session with one of our certified practitioners, and read one of the EFT books available at our bookstore

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Stories about EFT Tapping for Depression 


Using EFT, I have successfully treated fears, phobias, depression,
trauma, and addictions. Its effects are rapid, dramatic, and deep.
 

—Fred P. Gallo, PhD, Editor of Energy Psychology in Psychotherapy