Some Historic News for EFT’s Future in Health Care

For the first time in history an arm of the UK government has acknowledged the ever growing research base of EFT for PTSD treatment.

In response to a NICE review (National Institute for Health & Care Excellence) * of PTSD treatment guidelines, ACEP, EFT Universe, AHEFT and Dr David Feinstein as a consultant, have come together in an AAMET led project in open-hearted collaboration, to advance EFT’s place in modern healthcare.

Even though NICE is UK based, the results of this review impact EFT globally!

Currently, AAMET as the registered stakeholder, in consultation with the organisations listed above, has submitted a response to the 57 page suggested advice guidelines and the thousands of pages of appendices. This project has taken an incredible amount of dedication, communication and time.

Not only is this review a significant historical event for the EFT world and the future of EFT’s role in health care, but the collaboration between these organisations has been ground-breaking for the advancement of EFT internationally.

Some of the positives to come out of the review are as follows:

  • NICE has now acknowledged that there is EFT research that meets their inclusion criteria
  • EFT has been acknowledged as a combined somatic and cognitive therapy (CSACTs) in the considered psychological interventions for the treatment of PTSD in adults
  • In the NICE economic modelling, CSACTs emerge as highly cost effective, fourth most cost effective in one model and the second most cost effective in another
  • Trauma-focused Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, a primary set to be recommended, is only more cost effective than the CSACTs when completed in 8 or less sessions
  • The review suggests that CSACTs could possibly provide EFT as a treatment choice for military combat trauma

Acupoint tapping methods were recognised as having positive effects and significant potential as a component of PTSD treatment.

So even though NICE haven’t yet officially approved EFT, the collaborative efforts of this project are standing us in good stead to convert these acknowledgements into government funding for further EFT research.

This is such beautiful and encouraging news. I send out enormous gratitude to all concerned paving the way for EFT…

Watch this space… we, in the EFT world are all holding our breath in excited anticipation of how perfectly this is all unfolding…X

For the deep dive reading please follow this link https://www.nice.org.uk/guidance/indevelopment/gid-ng10013/documents

*NICE is responsible for determining what treatments are allowed to be given for which conditions and which doses. This includes physical issues as well as mental health treatments. Healthcare professionals in the UK are bound by these guidelines. NICE reviews are generally every 10 years for each condition.

A real EFT demonstration

This week I was honoured to be asked to appear on my friend Nicky’s Youtube channel to demonstrate EFT. What a fantastic new experience for me. Thank you Nicky x

 

The Emotional Freedom Project CIC

Thanks to my team of Directors, The Emotional Freedom Project CIC is born!

By January 2018, we will be eligible for funding.

I am so happy, excited, scared and exhilarated!

What a year and a half it’s been….I love this journey!

#WhoKnew #SocialEnterpriseDay

The Emotional Freedom Project CIC is coming soon

Did you know…?

Did you know that EFT is routinely used in many NHS hospitals around the UK and is endorsed and used by many well known medically qualified professionals?

“EFT is the single most effective tool I’ve learned in 40 years of being a therapist” Dr Curtis A. Steele (Psychiatrist)

“In my 50 years as a practicing Psychiatrist, EFT has proven to be one of the most rapid and effective techniques I have ever used” Dr Henry Altenberg MD

“Some day the medical profession will wake up and realise that unresolved emotional issues are the main cause of 85% of all illnesses. When they do, EFT will be one of their primary healing tools, as it is for me.” Dr Eric Robins MD

“What’s interesting about EFT is that it is a process that really, in some sense, engages like super learning, and super learning is like pushing the record button on the subconscious mind” Dr Bruce Lipton, Geneticist and Author

“At our clinic, we are presently using EFT to help patients overcome negative emotions that undermine health, and to eliminate many forms of pain…We also use it to reduce food cravings that can sabotage healthy eating programs, and to implement positive life goals to support optimal health and well being. EFT is now a major component of our treatment program.” Dr Joseph Mercola

…Dr Mercola uses EFT with every patient, addressing the three healing levels of mind, body and spirit. He has studied and used thousands of natural treatments in his 20 years of practicing medicine and feels that EFT is the greatest healing technique that exists.

NHS and overseas services that use EFT:

Chesterfield NHS, Christie Hospital Manchester (cancer, palliative care), Forth Valley NHS (Behavioural Therapy Service), Beechwood Cancer Support Centre, Central Lancashire NHS (current pilot study at Stop Smoking Service), Lincoln NHS, Pembroke & Tavistock NHS, EFT Training in University Hospital Beachwood Ohio, Mater Dei Hospital Malta (funds training in EFT for midwives)

Also, the government in Slovenia have funded EFT Training for all Educators – Teachers and Teaching Assistants! That is mind-blowing.

If you are interested please view this evidence compiled by ACEP The Association of Comprehensive Energy Psychology. There is an abundance of information on EFT research. There are now over 150 published studies including randomised controlled trials and meta-analyses.

This is happening!

I love progress

Jenny

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22nd Sept 2017

It’s Children’s Mental Health Week!

Hello

It’s Children’s Mental Health week, which provides a perfect platform to announce that this month Jenny Luscombe EFT is embarking on a pilot project based in a Liverpool primary school and its community.

The intention is to work with children and parents to gather evidence for potential funders, examining and measuring the impact of using EFT to reduce the effects of trauma as a barrier to learning and achieving personal potential.
https://www.place2be.org.uk/…/childrens-mental-health-week.…

I am very excited about this…

Jenny x

#Who knew

Hello

Social enterprises are found in most sectors and industries nowadays but sometimes people are unaware of the fact that services or products they’re buying are from businesses that are helping to create transformation in individual lives and local communities.

The #whoknew campaign marks Social Enterprise Day on 17th November. This is designed to shine a spotlight on the diversity of the sector and gives social enterprises the chance to shout about the work they do.

So here I am below doing just that!

love

Jenny

#whoknew

#SocialEnterpriseDay

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Big changes are afoot…

Hello

The cogs have been turning at Jenny Luscombe EFT lately.

Transformation is occurring!

I am now working face to face with clients at The Eco Offices two days a week, Mondays as well as Fridays from 8am until 1.30pm.

I am also currently investigating the ins and outs of becoming a CIC (a Community Interest Company) and applying for funding to roll out my vision to work in schools.

I am extremely inspired and excited to have been networking with like-minded souls who have managed, it seems, to work miracles to fulfill their dreams of supporting their specific target groups with the jugonaut that is EFT.

It is astounding what belief and intention can do…

I am charging ahead down this path after them.

Watch this space!

Love

Jenny

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