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CDs and DVDs in Which Thought Field Therapy is Mentioned


McTaggart, L. (2009). The Living Matrix Movie. Available at www.thelivingmatrixmovie.com.

CDs and DVDs on Offshoots of Thought Field Therapy


CDs and DVDs on Offshoots of Thought Field Therapy®

  • Carrington, P. (2009). The tapping solution (DVD). Newtown, CT: Try It Productions. (www.TryItOnEverything.com)
  • Przybyla, D., & Blair, M. Removing blocks to receiving your intentions with EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques). Audio CD

CDs and DVDs Related to Thought Field Therapy

  • Lipton, B., & Williams, R. (n.d.). The biology of perception: The psychology of change: Piecing it all together. (DVD) (www.FearOrLove.com)

  • Sheldrake, R. (1990). The habits of nature III. Lecture given at Big Sur, Dolphin Tapes, CA.

Articles, Books, and DVDs on Diet/Toxins

  • Brostoff, J., & Callacombe, S.J. (1989). Food allergy and intolerance. Philadelphia: Bailliere Tindall.
  • Buchanan, S.R. (1984). The most ubiquitous toxin. American Psychologist, 39(11), 1327-1328.
  • Coca, A. F. (1996). The pulse test: The secret of building your basic health. New York: St. Martin’s Press. (Available at www.soilandhealth.org)
  • Dadd, D.L. (1990). Nontoxic, natural & Earthwise: An Earthwise consumer guide. New York:
  • Dadd, D.L. (1992). The nontoxic home & office: Protecting yourself and your family from everyday toxins
    and health hazards. Putnam, NY: Tarcher/GP.
  • Fein, G.G., Schwartz, P.M., Jacobson, S.W., & Jacobson, J.L. (1983). Environmental toxins and behavioral development: A new role for psychological research. American Psychologist, 38(11), 1188-1197.
  • Mercola, J. (2004). The no-grain diet. New York: Plume. www.nograindiet.com
  • Rapp, D.J. (1989). The impossible child: A guide for caring teachers and parents in school and at home.
    Buffalo, NY: Practical Allergy Research Foundation.
  • Rapp, D.J. (1991). Is this your child: Discovering and treating unrecognized allergies in children and adults.
    New York: William Morrow.
  • Rapp, D.J. (1996). Is this your child’s world? How you can fix the schools and homes that are making your children sick. New York: Bantam.
  • Rapp, D. (1996). Is this your child’s world? New York: Bantam.
  • Rapp, D. Five allergic children (Video). New York: Practical Allergy Relief Foundation.
  • Rapp, D. (2010). Dangers of personal care products: Toxic daily use products. Accessed January 4, 2010 at www.drrapp.com/alerts.htm
  • Rapp, D. Environmentally sick schools (Video). New York: Practical Allergy Relief Foundation.
  • Profet, M. (1991). The function of allergy: Immunological defense against toxins. Quarterly Review of Biology, 66(1), 23-62. 40
  • Steinman, D., & Wisner, M.R. (1996). Living in a toxic world. New York: Perigee Books,
    The Berkley Publishing Group.
  • Taylor, E. (1979). Food additives, allergy and hyperkinesis. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry
    and Allied Disciplines, 20
    (4), 357-363.
  • Travis, C., McLean, B.E., & Ribar, C. (1990). Environmental toxins: Psychological, behavioral, and
    socio-cultural aspects, 1973-1989. Bibliographies in Psych, No 5. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

ATFT UPdate Magazine/E-Zine


ATFT Update Magazine and E-zine Archive

Thought Field Therapy UPdate Premier Issue, Vol 1 No 1
TFT & Voice Technology Roger Callahan
Running … Out of Steam Nora Baladerian
Heart Rate Variability Validates Thought Field Therapy Karen Hope
Roger Callahan in Rome Joanne Callahan
Make Your Business Cards More Effective David Hanson
ATFT Foundation: Fund Raising for Research Joanne Callahan
Moscow on the TFT Norma Gairdner
ATFT Conference
ATFT Update E-zine Vol 2, Winter 2005
Suzanne Connolly Teaches in Kuwait
TFT with Animals Jo Cooper
Dr. Roger Callahan on P.R.
Case Study Suzanne Connolly
Quantifying Toxins June Kennerley
Mini Seminars Can Create Client Opportunities David Hanson
Marketing Tips
TFT Makes a Hard Day’s Work A Good Day’s Work Robert Bray
Completeness of Treatment with TFT Carolyn Sakai
ATFT Update E-zine Issue 3, Summer 2005
Dr. Roger Callahan Goes to Dublin & Oslo
Ideas for Providing Press Releases to the Media Herb Ayers
Dr. Roger Callahan on Visualization and Peak Performance
Case Study Norma Gairdner
TFT & A Great Crisis Intervention Tool Jim McAninch
TFT & with People & Animals: Achieving Peak Performance Jo Cooper
Maximum Performance for Your Website David Hanson
ATFT Foundation News Joanne Callahan
ATFT Mailbox
ATFT Update Special Issue Issue 4, Winter 2006
ATFT Foundation’s Mission to Africa
Speak Out for TFT Herb Ayers
ATFT Foundation News Joanne Callahan
ATFT Foundation Special Report: Africa Project Mary Cowley, Chris Milbank,
Alvaro Hernandez
Roger Callahan Analyzes Africa Mission HRV Results
Letter from David Hanson
Research Advisory Committee Chris Semmens
Trauma Relief Committee: Trauma Relief Committee & Green Cross Norma Gairdner
Success Stories & TFT Case Studies Suzanne Connolly
Treating Grief with Thought Field Therapy Ian Graham
TFT Allows Us the Feelings We Need Robert Bray
TFT, HRV, and the Broken Heart David Hanson
Lifting the Shroud of Anxiety Suzanne Connolly
ATFT Update E-zine Issue 5, Fall 2006
ATFT Mini-Conference – Birmingham, England
Success Story Dottie Webster
ATFT Trauma Relief Team: The Third Times a Charm Suzanne Connolly
Avoid-A-Void Kevin Laye
ATFT Foundation News Joanne Callahan
TFT for Helping with Music Performance Enhancement Rosemary Wiseman
Raising Funds Ildiko Scurr
Jonathan Elizabeth Bourne
Fly Me to the Moon Doris Keating
Loss of your Best Friend (animal) Jo Cooper
TFT Conference Scrapbook Pictorial
ATFT Update Magazine Issue 6, Winter 2006
Meet Three of our Most Distinguished ATFT Members
A Lifting Experience Steve McNulty
Cost – vs- Value Kevin Laye
Newest VT-ers – Meet the Halvorsons
Saved By the Ball: TFT & Soccer Anne Schneider-Cullen
Dr. Callahan – New Voltmeter Book
Charlotte, the TFT Baby Sigrid Semmens
The Therapist Doris Keating
Success Story Stein/Annette Halvorsen
Three Distinguished Leaders
ATFT Foundation Fundraiser is a Success Pictorial
Anatomy of a Fundraiser Ildiko Scurr
Jenny Edwards Accepts Post as ATFT’s First Trainer’s Training Instructor
David Hanson
Niche Marketing – Pet Loss David Hanson
Migraines Disappear Chris Semmens
TFT and Veterans Robert Bray
ATFT Worldwide Conference News
ATFT Update E-zine Issue 7, Spring 2007
2007 ATFT Worldwide Conference
Featured Success Story Ildiko Scurr
VT Comes to the Rescue Franziska Ng
3 No-Cost Marketing Tips You Can Do David Hanson
Pooh Sticks Kevin Laye
Making Effective Presentations About TFT Colin Barron
Special Report: Irish Survivors of Child Abuse Eileen McMahon
On the Way to the Forum Herb Ayers
TFT Success Stories Various
Quality over Quantity Steve McNulty
A Refresher P.R. Roger Callahan
Special Notes on P.R. Roger Callahan
Changes to the ATFT Member Listserve Rhoda Draper
ATFT Update E-zine Issue 8, Summer 2007
Nightmares Replaced with Dreams of Future at El Shaddai
TFT Goes to Graduate School
Meet Suzanne Connolly
Success Story Yvette Lamidey
El Shaddai Orphanage Gabriel Constans
We Appreciate Your Services Suzanne Connolly
Using Testimonials in Your Marketing David Hanson
Pathological Hoarder- Or Just Stubborn Robert Bray
Zen and TFT Meet Kevin Laye
Back to Tanzania Alvaro Hernandez
ATFT Update Magazine Issue 8, Spring 2008
Work Worth Doing – PTSD Research and Treatment
Medical Advisory Board for ATFT Caroline Sakai, Colin Barron,
Arthur Davis, Richard Petty,
Dipa Modi
Dreams Do Come True Judy Harvey
Hurricane Katrina, Now Orleans and Trauma Nora Baladerian
The Day Our Lives Changed Forever Ecoee Rooney
ATFT Foundation 2008 Projects Joanne Callahan
Being Interviewed about TFT on Radio and Television Colin Barron
Work Worth Doing Suzanne Connolly
Thought Field Therapy Training in London Jenny Edwards
ATFT Update Magazine Issue 9, Summer 2008
What is a Good HRV Score Roger Callahan, PhD
Trauma Relief Study – May 2008 Suzanne Connolly, MFT, CISW
UK and ROI Committee Update Yvette Lamidey
TFT Case Study ‘Tom’ Brain Tumor May/June 08 Val Chater, BEd
Japanese Association for Thought Field Therapy Ayame Morikawa, PhD
The Evolution of Callahan Techniques and Thought Field Therapy Joanne Callahan, MBA
BTFTA News BTFTA Committee
ATFT Foundation – Uganda Project 2009 Joanne Callahan , MBA
ATFT Update Magazine Issue 10, Winter 2008
It Seems Like Magic, but it’s Science Edgar Rivera
TFT Today Franziska Ng, EdD
TFT in Scandinavia Stein Lund Halvorson
Treating Medical Problems with TFT Colin Barron, PhD
Updating from the TFT Foundation UK Ildiko Scurr
Assisting Aging Parents with TFT Katherine Bird, BA, BSW, RSW
How I Tapped Myself from a Size 14 to a Size 4 Franziska Ng, EdD
UK/ROI Committee Update Yvette Lamidey
How it all Began Terri Perry
Culm Valley Centre for Integrated Health Steve McNulty
ATFT Code of Ethics
ATFT Foundation – Looking ahead to 2009 Joanne Callahan, MBA
ATFT Update Magazine Issue 11, Spring 2009
BTFTA November Conference Overview Ian Graham, BSc, CBiol, MIBiol
ATFT Foundation Donations and Two-Legged Stool Bruce Paton, PhD
TFT Today Various
ATFT Foundation – Looking Ahead to 2009 Joanne Callahan, MBA
TFT Much Needed in Rape Crisis Work Sharon Hales
ATFT Foundation UK Ildiko Scurr
ATFTF Provides R&R Retreats with Timeshares for Vets Joanne Callahan, MBA
Freedom R&R’s with Timeshares for Vets Joanne Callahan, MBA
ATFT Update Magazine Issue 12, Summer 2009
TFT Today Various
Australasian ATFT Committee Update Judy Harvey
What Makes for a Good ATFT Foundation Project Roger Ludwig, MA
Overcoming Panic Attacks Christina Mayhew
Our Surgical Experience with Thought Field Therapy Lois Sugarman, PhD, RN, FT
Uganda Project Roger Ludwig, MA
Uganda Malaria Study 2009 Howard Robson, MA, MB, Bchir, FRCP, FRCPE; Phyll Robson; Robert Bray, PhD, LCWS, CTS
TFT in Sudan Patricia Leong
L of a Way 2 Pass Diane Hall
Managing Negative Emotions Phyll Robson
Prometra – Promotion des Medecines Tarditionelles Lionel Mandy
2009 – A Crossroads for ATFT Joanne Callahan, MBA
ATFT Update Magazine Issue 13, Fall 2009
Meet Your ATFT Members Suzanne Connolly, MFT, CISW
Caroline Sakai, PhD
Freedom R&R’s with Timeshares for Vets Joanne Callahan, MBA
A Letter from the Battlefield Efland Amerson
TFT and Hope in a Beleaguered Region Caroline Sakai, PhD
Rwanda Case Notes Suzanne Connolly, MFT, CISW
Volunteerism: At a home for At-Risk Youths Chrissie Mayhew
Treating Medical Problems with TFT Colin Barron, PhD
TFT Relieves Bank Robbery Trauma Mary Cowley, PhD
TFT Testimonials
Overcoming Fear of Snakes Dale Solarz
Lyme Disease Sufferer Finds Relief with TFT Tana J
Living Fearlessly with TFT Dariah Morgan, PhD
ATFT Foundation Trauma Relief Expands in 2009 Joanne Callahan, MBA
TFT Trauma Relief Blog Mary Cowley, PhD
TFT Today Various
ATFT Update Magazine Issue 14, 1st Quarter 2010
Meet Your ATFT Members Jenny Edwards, PhD; Howard Robson, MA, MB, Bchir, FRCP, FRCPE; Phyll Robson
Japanese TFT Peer-Reviewed Journal Joanne Callahan, MBA
The Use of TFT in Family Care Christina Mayhew
A Toe-Tale Success Suzanne Connolly, MFT, CISW
Thought Field Therapy Archives Jenny Edwards, PhD
News from the United Kingdom Ildiko Scurr
Leadership Changes Paul Oas, PhD
Darla Terry-Ausman
John McLaughlin
Foundation News Joanne Callahan, MBA
TFT Today Various
ATFT Update Magazine Issue 15, Summer 2010
Callahan: Present ACEP Lifetime Achievement Award
Meet Your ATFT Members Ayame Morikawa, PhD
Bruce Paton, PhD
Roger Callahan Honored with ACEP Lifetime Achievement Award Roger J Callahan, PhD
Awareness During Anesthesia: My Personal Mission to Help Others Jeanette Magdalene, PhD
Stroke: Treatment, Rehabilitation and Recovery Rosemary Wiseman
Layoffs Hurt, but TFT Helps Herb Ayers, MA, LMHC
Chaos Theory Rita Weinberg, PhD
Leadership Changes Joanne Callahan, MBA
TFT Today Herb Ayers, MA, LMHC
Foundation News Joanne Callahan, MBA
ATFT Update Magazine Issue 16, Autumn 2010
Byumba Leaders Using TFT to Help Their Community
Meet Your TFT Members Robert Pasahow, PhD
Colin Barron, PhD
Rwandans Help Each Other Recover Caroline Sakai, PhD
Hawaii Training Project for ATFT Rwanda Caroline Sakai, PhD,
Ann Yabusaki, PhD
Haiti 2010: TFT Foundation Mission to Haiti Phyll Robson, Howard Robson
“Hey, Mom! I Need a Haircut!” Helen Sugarman Schicketanz
TFT Today Herb Ayers, MA, LMHC
Project Turning Point Mette Rosseland
I Learn How to Help Others Every Day Jackie Rioux
ATFT Foundation: 2010 and Beyond Joanne Callahan, MBA
ATFT Update Magazine Issue 17, Summer 2011
Sudden Destruction: Japan
Member Spotlight Jim McAninch
Sudden Destruction in Japan Ayame Morikawa, PhD
ATFT & ACEP Coming Together – Let’s Make it Happen Joanne Callahan, MBA
Esophogeal Spasms Relieved with TFT Lois Sugarman, PhD, RN, FT
Hidden Benefits of TFT Robert Pasahow, PhD
A Strange Tale and My Smallest Patient Terri Perry
First Aid for our Cat, Harry Terri Perry
Who Cares about Homeless Women Vets? Bruce Paton, PhD
ATFT Foundation, USA and UK Joanne Callahan, MBA
New Initiatives; ATFTF-UK Dr Howard Robson
TFT Today Herb Ayers, MA, LMHC
Tapping for Humanity Winter 2012
TFT Foundation 2011 Year in Review and Projects and Dreams for 2012
TFT Healing Comes Full Circle – Our Dreams become Reality Joanne Callahan, MBA
Tapping for Peace … One Heart at a Time Mary Cowley, PhD
ATFTF (UK) Ltd Report for October 2011 Howard Robson
Combined Treatment for Elderly Patients Katherine Bragin, LCSW
Thought Field Therapy Serving our Women Vets! Bruce Paton, PhD
TFT Foundation Hawaii – Rwanda Training a Success Suzanne Connolly, LCSW, LMFT
TFT Publication Guidelines Herb Ayers, MA, LMHC
Tapping for Humanity Spring 2012
Our Plans Needs and Hopes for This Year and Our Long-Term Future Joanne Callahan, MBA
Fundraising Book Corner Mary Lou Dobbs
Matching Funds Gift Program Bruce Paton, PhD
TFT Spotlight Herb Ayers, MA LMHC
Transforming Trauma – Creating Peace Mary Cowley, PhD
Thought Field Therapy – PTSD Study Published
ACEP Grant Awarded to Suzanne Connolly
TFT Foundation (USA), ATFT Foundation (UK) and Mats
Uldal Humanitarian Foundation
(MUHF) Form a Multi-National Trauma Relief and
Research Team Joanne Callahan, MBA
Multi-National TFT Team Leads PTSD Research and
Provides Trauma Relief and Practitioner
Training in Uganda 2012 Roger Ludwig, MA
TFT Team Returns to Uganda Phyll and Howard Robson, MD
Japanese Earthquake and Tsunami – TFT in the Aftermath
TFT to Help Wounded Warriors in Leaps of Faith Event
TFT Community Day of April 20th 2012 Deacon Augustin NZABONIMANA
TFT Foundation Publication Guidelines
Tapping for Humanity Summer 2012
TFT Foundation 2012 Summer – Tapping Around the World Joanne Callahan, MBA
Tapping into Healing – Uganda 2012 Brief Summary Roger Ludwig, MA
Fundraising Book Corner Suzanne Connolly, LCSW, LMFT
Matching Funds Gift Program Bruce Paton, PhD
A Letter of Thanks Fr. Peter Mubunga BASALIZA
Uganda 2012 Team Leaders – Short Report Phyll and Howard Robson
Tapping into Healing for Wounded Warriors at Leaps of Faith Event Patricia Jennings
Don’t Stop Short: Tap ‘til You’re Free of Your Perturbation Jacqueline Smillie
TFT Works at so Many Levels – From Launching Healing Phyll Robson
to Merely Improving the Quality of Life of an Individual Henry “Mack” Davis
Horses and Tapping Heal the Hearts of Troubled Children at Stillwater Farms Barbara Hutson
Transforming Trauma – Creating Peace Mary Cowley, PhD
A Trip to Cairo
TFT Mexican Association – Reaching out with TFT Alvaro Hernandez
TFT Foundation Publication Guidelines
Tapping for Humanity Winter 2013
Looking Back at 2012 and Forward to 2013 Joanne Callahan, MBA
Back to Rwanda –
Treating, Training and
Documenting the Healing
Suzanne Connolly
Anxiety Study – Finally it is out Mats Uldal
Thought Field Therapy Serving Our Women Vets in New Mexico Bruce Paton, PhD
Amazing Results From Brazil – A New Application for TFT Teixeira, Paula
Peacemakers Inc. – Using TFT to Relieve Trauma and
Reduce Violent Behavior
John Ivey
World Trade Center Trauma Relief in New York Diane Bahr-Groth
Fundraising Book Corner Bob Bray
TFT Foundation Publication Guidelines

YouTube Presentations on Thought Field Therapy




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Books Which Mention Thought Field Therapy®

  • Canfield, J., & Switzer, J. (2006). The success principles: How to get from where you are to where you want to be. New York: Harper Paperbacks.
  • Corsini, R.J. (2001). Handbook of innovative therapies. New York: John Wiley.
  • Diepold, J.H., Jr., Britt, V., & Bender, S.S. (2004). Evolving Thought Field Therapy: The clinician’s handbook of diagnoses, treatment, and theory. New York: W.W. Norton & Company.
  • Durlacher, J.V. (1997). Freedom from fear forever: The acu-power way to overcoming your fear, phobias, and  inner problems. Bel Air, CA: Van Ness Press.
  • González, L.J. (1999). Terapia espiritual: Recursos humanos y espirituales en síntesis. Roma: Ediziones del Teresianum.
  • González, L.J. (2006). Terapia spirituale: Guarigione umana e spirituale delle malattie dell’anima (2nd ed.). Roma: Librería Editrice Vaticana.
  • Gonzàlez Menèndez, M. (2010). Chi siamo Psicomotricità relazionale: Il metodo integrale. Vincenza, Italy: La Serenissima.
  • King, S.P. (2004). Rapid Recovery: Accelerated Information Processing & Healing. Bloomington , IN : Trafford Publishing.
  • Laye, K. (2008). Positive shrinking: A story of mind over platter. Bloomington, IN: AuthorHouse.
  • Pinto, I.C. (2009). Forgiveness and spiritual counseling: A journey toward inner healing. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Teresianum, Rome, Italy.
  • Pinto, I.C. (200).  Forgiveness and spiritual counseling: A journey towards inner healing. Bangalore, India: Dhyanavana Publishing.
  • Sidney Bender, S., & Sise, M.T. (2007). The energy of belief: Psychology’s power tools to focus intention and release blocking beliefs. Fulton, CA: Elite Books.
  • Schwarz, R. (2002). Tools for transforming trauma. New York: Routledge.
  • Trudeau, K. (2004). Natural cures “they” don’t want you to know about (Updated Edition). Elk Grove Village, IL: Alliance Publishing Group.
  • Trudeau, K. (2008). The weight loss cure “they” don’t want you to know about. Elk Grove Village, IL: Alliance Publishing Group.

Books on Thought Field Therapy®

  • Bray, R.L. (2009). No open wounds: Heal traumatic stress NOW: Complete recovery with Thought Field Therapy.Los Gatos, CA: Robertson.
  • Callahan, R. (1955). The measurement of anxiety in a group of sixth grade children. Doctoral dissertation, Syracuse University.
  • Callahan, R. (1978). Test manual for CAP (Callahan Anxiety Pictures): A projective test for experimental and clinical evaluation of anxiety in children. Los Angeles: Sunset Distributors.
  • Callahan, R., & Levine, K. (1982). It can happen to you: The practical guide to romantic love. New York: A&W.
  • Callahan, R. (1988). The anxiety-addiction connection. La Quinta, CA. TFT Training Center.
  • Callahan, R. (1985).  The five minute phobia cure.  Wilmington, DE:  Enterprise.
  • Callahan, R.  (1990). The rapid treatment of panic, agoraphobia, and anxiety.  La Quinta, CA. TFT Training Center: Callahan Techniques.
  • Callahan, R. (with Perry, P.) (1991). Why do I eat when I’m not hungry? New York: Doubleday.
  • Callahan, R. (with Perry, P.) (1992). Why do I eat when I’m not hungry? New York: Avon (Paperback Edition).
  • Callahan, R. (1993). Love pain: The video. La Quinta, CA. TFT Training Center: Callahan Techniques.
  • Callahan, R. (1993). The identification and treatment of toxins (A set of 2 videos and a manual). La Quinta, CA. TFT Training Center: Callahan Techniques.
  • Callahan, R.  (1995).  The anxiety-addiction connection: Eliminate your addictive urges with TFT (Thought Field Therapy). La Quinta, CA. TFT Training Center: Callahan Techniques.
  • Callahan, R.  (1997). Cinq minutes pour traiter vos phobies. Barret Le Bas France: Le Souffle D’Or.
  • Callahan, R.J. (2001). Stress, health, and the heart. La Quinta, CA. TFT Training Center: Callahan Techniques.
  • Callahan, R.J. (2002). Leben ohne phobie. Kirchzarten bei Freiburg, Germany: VAK Verlags.
  • Callahan, R.J. (with Trubo, R.). (2002). Tapping the healer within: Using Thought Field Therapy to instantly conquer your fears, anxieties, and emotional distress. New York: McGraw Hill.
  • Callahan, R.J. (2003).Der Unwiderstehliche Drang. Kirchzarten bei Freiburg, Germany: VAK Verlags.
  • Callahan, R.J. (2004). The collected first papers on Thought Field Therapy. La Quinta, CA. TFT Training Center: Callahan Techniques.
  • Callahan, R.J. (2006). Voltmeter and psychological reversal: An authoritative presentation of vital and important information on the accurate and effective use of a voltmeter with Thought Field Therapy®. La Quinta, CA. TFT Training Center: Callahan Techniques.
  • Callahan, R.J. (2008). The five-minute cure for public speaking and other fears. Kent, UK: Balloon View Ltd.
  • Callahan, R., & Callahan, J. (2000). Den spuk beenden: Klopfakurpressur bei posttraumatischem Stress. Kirchzarten bei Freiburg
  • Callahan, R., & Callahan, J. (2000). Stop the nightmares of trauma: Thought Field Therapy, the power therapy for the 21st century. Chapel Hill, NC: Professional Press.
  • Callahan, R., & Callahan, J.  (1996). Thought Field Therapy® (TFT) and trauma: Treatment and theory. La Quinta, CA. TFT Training Center:
  • Callahan, R., & Callahan J. (in press). Thought Field Therapy: Clinical applications for treating phobic and traumatic stress (Psychosocial Stress Book Series). New York: Brunner/Mazel.
  • Callahan, R., & Perry, P. (1991).  Why do I eat when I’m not hungry? How to use your body’s own energy system to treat food addictions with the revolutionary Callahan Techniques.  New York: Doubleday.
  • Connolly, S. (2004). Thought Field Therapy: Clinical applications, integrating TFT in psychotherapy. Sedona, AZ: George Tyrrell Press.
  • Diepold, J.H., Britt, V., & Bender, S.S. (2004). Evolving Thought Field Therapy: The clinician’s handbook of diagnoses, treatment, and theory. New York: W. W. Norton & Company.
  • Fraser-Wilkins, R. (2007). NERVOUS? Get over it in 12 steps to success! Bloomington, IN: AuthorHouse.
  • González, L.J. (2001). Terapia del estrés, fobias y adicciones: Con Terapia del Campo Mental y espiritualidad (2ª ed.). Roma: Ediziones del Teresianum.
  • Hall, D. (2008). L of a way to pass. Bloomington, IN: AuthorHouse. (www.Lofaway2pass.com)
  • Morikawa, A. (2008). Tsubouchi TFT-ryoho [Meridian Tapping TFT]. Tokyo: Kodansha.
  • McNulty, S. (2007). Simple secrets to easy weight loss: The diet free and pain free weight management system for the lifestyles of today. Bloomington, IN: AuthorHouse.
  • Thompson, J. (2008). Weight loss in mind: Totally change how you think and feel about good and watch the inches come off. Leicester, UK: Matador.
  • Yancey, V. (2009). The use of Thought Field Therapy in educational settings. Saarbrűcken, Germany: VDM Verlag.
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