In one randomized, double-blind pilot study, 5000 patients were diagnosed at intake with an anxiety disorder.  They were randomly assigned to an
experimental group (tapping) or a control group (Cognitive Behavior Therapy/medication).  At the close of therapy:

63% of the control group had improved                                                                                                   
90% of the experimental group had improved
51% of the control group were symptom-free                                                                                          76% of the experimental group were symptom-free

A follow-up at one year showed that the experimental group were less prone to relapse or partial relapse than those receiving Cognitive Behavior
Therapy/medication. In a related pilot study by the same team, the length of the therapy was substantially shorter with energy therapy and related
methods than with Cognitive Behavior Therapy/medication (mean=3 sessions versus mean=15 sessions).
                                                                       Energy Psychology: Theory, Indications, Evidence, Joaquin Andrade, M.D., and David Feinstein, PhD
ToH  Top of head

EB    Eyebrow

SE    Side of eye

UE    Under the eye

UN    Under nose

CH    Chin

CB    Collarbone


Sore Spot  The yellow circle shows the location of the
"sore spot," which can be rubbed gently as an
alternative to tapping on the Karate Chop point located
on the hand.  This area is larger than the tapping points,
and is one of the areas in the body where lymph fluid
tends to collect.  You'll probably know when you find it!
Hand Points

TH  Thumb
1F   1st finger
MF  Middle finger
BF  Baby finger
KC  Karate chop
9-Gamut Point

The elongated green oval on both images is the Karate Chop
point.  The "thumbs up" pose on the left illustrates the thumb
point best, while the flat hand best illustrates the other points.  
The yellow circle is the
9-Gamut Point.
EFT Tapping Points
EILEEN SULLIVAN, CERTIFIED EFT PRACTITIONER (EFTCERT-I)                                                                  EMAIL: AREYOUTAPPING (AT) YAHOO (DOT) COM                                                                                            (704) 905-4665
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your use of EFT. Eileen Sullivan is not a licensed health professional. She offers EFT as a certified EFT practitioner, ordained interfaith minister, and certified holistic doula. Where appropriate, please consult your healthcare practitioners regarding your
use of EFT. It is VITAL to note that you should not stop taking any prescribed medications, nor alter your dosage, without the advice of the prescribing physician.
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