EFT Research (Part 1)
EFT Research Series (Part 1): TBI symptoms improve after PTSD remediation with EFT
This research was published in the Traumatology Journal in September 2014 .
A group of 59 veterans who had clinical levels of PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), received EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) in a RCT which is Randomized Control Trial. In Randomized Control Trial the subjects are randomly assigned to either the experimental group, the group that receives the new intervention that is being tested, or the control group which is the group that receives the conventional treatment.
After six sessions of EFT, it was noticed that a 86 percentage drop was there which was below the clinical threshold. Also, the results stayed subclinical, below the clinical threshold in the three and the six-month follow-ups that were done. The traumatic brain injury reductions were noticed and the symptoms reduced after three sessions, and there was even more reduction after six months, around 41 percent, which is a pretty significant change.
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