Research & Publications

Evidence to support your Wellbeing

Research – Over 200 research papers on EFT HERE via the EFT Universe Website

Research – Over 180 research papers on EFT HERE via the EFT Tapping Training Institute

Research – Over 60 research papers on EFT HERE via The Science of tapping

Research – Over 13 Clinical trials on EFT by Peta Stapleton HERE

Research papers at EFT Universe by category

A narrative systematic review of the effectiveness of Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT)

Energy Healing at the Frontier of Genomics

Acupoint Stimulation in Treating Psychological Disorders: Evidence of Efficacy – “A 2012 paper reporting a broad meta-study of acupoint tapping (EFT) research found that tapping with fingers on acupuncture points successfully releases the emotional pain associated with traumatic memories. The results were also found to be fast and long lasting” (SBS).

Bond University in Queensland is currently undertaking research into tapping to determine how it compares to other interventions in relieving stress. Reports say the researchers will measure participant’s cortisol levels before and after they experience tapping, education and relaxation sessions to test the impact of each intervention” (SBS). 

PTSD – Emotional Freedom Techniques to Treat Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in Veterans: Review of the Evidence, Survey of Practitioners, and Proposed Clinical Guidelines

Depression – Brief Group Intervention Using Emotional Freedom Techniques for Depression in College Students: A Randomized Controlled Trial

Food Cravings – World-first brain scan research shows ‘tapping’ effective in combating food cravings

Over 16 research papers on Reiki can be found and reviewed HERE on the Australian Reiki Connection Website



Over 15 publications on Psychoneuroimmunologycan be found and reviewed HERE via The Art and Science of Relaxation Website

Over 30 publications on Breathing can be found and reviewed HERE via Dr Rosalba Courtney’s Website

The Wisdom of the Receptors: Neuropeptides, the Emotions, and Bodymind

Psychoneuroimmunology – Linking the Mind and Body

Recent research demonstrate benefits of Relaxation Therapy

What is Psychoneuroimmunology?

Influence of a 30-Day Slow-Paced Breathing Intervention Compared to Social Media Use on Subjective Sleep Quality and Cardiac Vagal Activity

The psychoneuroimmunology of chronic disease: Exploring the links between inflammation, stress, and illness

Mind-body therapies and control of inflammatory biology

Behaviorally conditioned immunosuppression

Stress, Psychoneuroimmunology and Self-care: What Every Nurse Needs to Know

Principles and practice of stress management

Mindfulness meditation and the immune system: a systematic review of randomized controlled trials

Relaxation and Mindfulness in Pain: A Review

Sleep and Immunity: A Growing Field with Clinical Impact

Depressed lymphocyte function after bereavement

Yogic Breathing Instruction in Patients with Treatment-Resistant Generalized Anxiety Disorder: Pilot Study

Perceived Mindfulness and Depressive Symptoms Among People with Chronic Pain

Psychosocial stress and C-reactive protein from mid-adolescence to young adulthood ^

The practice of forgiveness is our most important contribution to the healing of the world - Marianne Williamson