Articles in Which the Authors Mention Thought Field Therapy®

  • Baker, A.H., Carrington, P., & Putilin, D. (2009). Theoretical and methodological problems in research on emotional freedom techniques (EFT) and other meridian based therapies. Psychology Journal, 6(2), 34-46.
  • Baldwin, D.V. (1997). Innovation, controversy, and consensus in traumatology. Traumatology, 3(1), 7-22.
  • Carbonell, J., & Figley, C.R. (1996). The systematic clinical demonstration: Methodology for the initial examination of clinical innovations. Traumatology, 2(1), article 1. Available from www.fsu.edu/~trauma;
  • Carbonell, J.L., & Figley, C. (1999). A systematic clinical demonstration of promising PTSD treatment approaches. Electronic Journal of Traumatology, 5(1), article 4. Available from www.fsu.edu/~trauma/
  • Catherall, D.R. (2003). How fear differs from anxiety. Traumatology, 9(2), 76-92.
  • Commons, M.L. (2000). The power therapies: A proposed mechanism for their action and suggestions for future
    empirical validation. Traumatology, 6(2), 119-138.
  • Diepold, J.H., Jr. (2000). Touch and breathe (TAB: An alternative treatment approach with meridian-based psychotherapies. Traumatology, 6(2), 109-118.
  • Dietrich, A.M., Baranowsky, A.B., Devich-Navarro, M., Gentry, J.E., Harris, C.J., & Figley, C.R. (2000). A Review of
    Alternative Approaches to the Treatment of Post Traumatic Sequelae. Traumatology, 6(4), 251-271.
  • Feinstein, D. (2008). Energy psychology in disaster relief. Traumatology, 14(1), 124-137. (www.energytraumatreatment.com)
  • Feinstein, D. (2008). Energy psychology: A review of the preliminary evidence. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training, 45, 119-213.
  • Feinstein, D. (2009). Controversies in energy psychology. Author.
  • Feinstein, D. (2010, In Press). Rapid treatment of PTSD: Why psychological exposure with acupoint tapping may be effective. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training.
  • Figley, C.R. (1998). Review: “Of two minds: The revolutionary science of dual-brain psychology” (New York: Free Press, 1998). Traumatology, 6(1), 61-62.
  • Figley, C.R. (2001, December). Editorial note. Traumatology, 7, 127-130.
  • Figley, C.R., & Carbonell, J.L. (1995). Treating PTSD: What approaches work best? Invited symposium at the Family Therapy Networker Conference, Washington, DC, March.
  • Figley, C.R., Carbonell, J.L., Boscarino, J.A., & Chang, J.A. (1999). Clinical demonstration model of asserting the effectiveness of therapeutic interventions: An expanded clinical trials method. International Journal of Emergency Mental Health, 2(1), 1-9.
  • Gentry, J.E. (1998). Time-limited trauma therapy in a tri-phasic model for the resolution of post-traumatic stress disorder. Traumatology, 4(1), 17-29.
  • Green, M.M. (2002). Thought Field Therapy (TFT) or Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT): Six trauma imprints treated with combination intervention: Critical incident stress debriefing and Thought Field Therapy (TFT) or Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT). Traumatology, 8(1), 18-27).
  • Hooke, W. (1998). A review of Thought Field Therapy. Traumatology, 3(2), Article 3.
  • Isaacs, J.S. (2004). Numerical distraction therapy: Initial assessment of a treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder. Traumatology, 10(1), 39-54.
  • Kira, I.A. (2002). Torture assessment and treatment: The wrap-around approach. Traumatology, 8(2), 54-86.
  • Knop, J. (2001). Ground Zero: Almost. Traumatology, 7(4), 161-166.
  • Laye, K. (2010). Lose weight while you eat. Cosmopolitan (Jan.), 194.
  • Mollon, P. (2007). Thought Field Therapy and its derivatives: Rapid relief of mental health problems through tapping on the body. Primary Care and Community Psychiatry, 12(3-4), 123-127.
  • Ruden, R.A. (2006). Book review: The body bears the burden (1st ed.). Traumatology, 12(1), 103.
  • Ruden, R.A. (2007). A model for disrupting an encoded traumatic memory. Traumatology, 13(1), 71-75.
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