ACEP's 5th Annual Research Symposium: Thursday May 28, 2015
Presenting the latest research in the fields of Energy Psychology and Energy Medicine.
Keynote address: Dr. Elizabeth Boath, associate professor at Staffordshire University, UK
"Tapping our way into the mainstream: A systematic review of EFT.”
We will hear research studies from Australia, Canada, Europe, the UK and the US. Research presentations will include:
"A Randomized Controlled Investigation of CBT & EFT Interventions to Reduce Adolescent Anxiety,” by Amy Gaesser, PhD;
"Building Student Success Through Academic Resilience, Motivational Interviewing & EFT,” by Peta Stapleton, PhD, Brett Porter, Daniel Murphy, MClinical Psychology and Terri Sheldon, BA (Hons).
"EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) Simultaneously Improves Mental Health and Physical Impairment: A Randomized Controlled Dismantling Study,” by Dawson Church, PhD and Jerrod Nelms, PhD.
"Epigenetic Effects of PTSD Remediation in Veterans Using EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques),” by Dawson Church, PhD, Garret Yount, PhD, Louis Fox, BS, and Jerrod Nelms, PhD.
"An Examination of Self-Reported Pain & Quantitative EEG Changes in Pranic Healing Vs Placebo Conditions: A Pilot Study,” by Jeffrey Tarrant, PhD and Neus Raines, PhD.
"A Feasibility Study: Emotional Freedom Techniques for Depression in Adults,” by Peta Stapleton, Sharon Devine, MClinical Psychology, Hannah Chatwin, MClinical Psychology, Brett Porter and Terri Sheldon, BA (Hons).
"Integrating EFT with Traditional Counseling: A Grounded Theory Analysis and Proposed Theoretical Model,” by Christine Berger, PhD and Abie Tremblay, BA.
"Quantum Movement (QM) as a Tool for State and Trait Change in Psychological Functioning & Quantitative EEG Patterns,” by Jeff Tarrant, PhD.
"A Randomized, Controlled Study of Self-Treatment for Chronic Pain Using WHEE: Wholistic Hybrid Derived from Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT), including SPECT Brain Scans, " by Daniel J. Benor, MD, John Rossiter-Thornton, MD, FRCP and Loren Toussaint, PhD.
"Tracking and Trajectories of Change: The Practice Based Evidence Approach,” by Philip Friedman, PhD.
"Acutonics Self-Care Program & Stress: Multiple Case Study of an
Intervention to Ameliorate Symptoms of Severe Stress & Compassion
Fatigue in Nurses,” presented by Ellen Franklin, PhD.
The Symposium is free to all 3-day conference attendees; academics, researchers and graduate students are especially encouraged to attend.