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Articles on Thought Field Therapy®

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  • Barger, S. (2002). Thought Field Therapy is proven efficacious: Why the critics are wrong about TFT. Available at www.RogerCallahan.com
  • Blog. (2010). www.TFTtraumaRelief.wordpress.com
  • Bray, R.L. (2006). Working through traumatic stress without the overwhelming responses. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma, 112(1/2).
  • Callahan, R. (1981). A rapid treatment for phobias, collected papers, International College of Applied Kinesiology (ICAK). Now published (2004), TFT: The early papers. La Quinta, CA: Callahan Techniques.
  • Callahan, R. (1981). Psychological reversal. Collected Papers of International College of Applied Kinesiology, Winter, 79-96. Now published (2004) in TFT: The early papers. La Quinta, CA: Callahan Techniques.
  • Callahan, R. (1981). The amazing love pain treatment (trauma of loss). Originally published in Collected Papers, ICAK. Now published (2004) in TFT: The early papers. La Quinta, CA: Callahan Techniques.
  • Callahan, R. (1988). Psychological reversal and the testing of substances. Originally published in Collected Papers, ICAK. Now published (2004) TFT: The early papers. La Quinta, CA: Callahan Techniques.
  • Callahan, R. (1994). An algorithm for the rapid treatment of addictive urge (withdrawal): Another revolutionary experiment in psychology. Paper delivered to American Academy of Psychologists Treating Addiction, New Orleans.
  • Callahan, R. (1994). The five minute phobia cure: A revolutionary experiment in psychology. Paper delivered at meeting of International Association for New Science, Fort Collins, CO.
  • Callahan, R. (1995). A TFT Algorithm for the treatment of trauma. Electronic Journal of Traumatology, 1(1).
  • Callahan, R. (1995). A TFT treatment for trauma. Electronic Journal of Traumatology, 1(1).
  • Callahan, R. (1995). The apex problem. Unpublished paper. La Quinta, CA: Author.
  • Callahan, R. (1996). The case of Mary: The first TFT case. Electronic Journal of Traumatology, 3(1).
  • Callahan, R. (2001). Objective evidence for the superiority of TFT in the treatment of depression. The Thought Field, 6(4), 1-2.
  • Callahan, R. (2001). Raising and lowering HRV: Some clinical findings of Thought Field Therapy. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 57(10), 1175-86.
  • Callahan, R. (2001). Thought Field Therapy: Response to our critics and a scrutiny of some old ideas of social science. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 57(10), 1251-1260.
  • Callahan, R. (2001). Stress, health, and the heart: A report on heart rate variability and Thought Field Therapy including a theory of the meaning of HRV. www.RogerCallahan.com
  • Callahan, R., & Callahan, J. (1997). Thought Field Therapy: Aiding the bereavement process. In C. R. Figley, B. E. Bride, & N. Mazza (Eds.), Death and trauma: The traumatology of grieving (pp. 249-267). Philadelphia, PA: Taylor & Francis.
  • Cooper, J. (2001). Thought Field Therapy. Complementary Therapies in Nursing and Midwifery, 7(3), 162-165.
  • Diepold, J.H., Jr. (1998). Thought Field Therapy with the treatment of dissociative disorders. Paper presented at the Innovative and Integrative Approaches to Psychotherapy Conference, Edison, NJ.
  • Ishikawa, M. (2008). Tapping away the world’s trauma (Interview with Caroline Sakai). Share International, 27(5, June), 7-9, 20.
  • McTaggart, L. (2009). Tapping trauma away. WDDTY, 20(8), 15..
  • 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, 123-127.
  • Robson, P. M., & Robson, R. H. (2012). The Challenges and Opportunities of Introducing Thought Field Therapy (TFT) Following the Haiti earthquake. Energy Psychology 4(1), 41-45.
  • Ruden, R. (2005). A neurological basis for the observed peripheral sensory modulation of emotional responses. Traumatology, 11, 145-158.
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