Chronic issues can be super tricky because we often don’t have much more than the physical pain the body is experiencing as a starting point. Usually there is no obvious limiting belief or specific past trauma connected to what is going on in the body.
BUT when we are able to ask the body the right questions, we can quickly uncover (some, if not all of) the past issues that have become caught in the physical body. Finding the issues gives us a path to clearing them, which can lead to profound physical healing.
As luck would have it, one of Dr. Peta Stapleton’s two current research projects is tapping for chronic illness. Peta is one of the world’s leading researchers on the effectiveness of Evidenced Based EFT. She has been a frequent guest on the Tapping Q&A podcast on the subject of the state of the art in EFT/Tapping research.
In this week’s podcast, Peta and Gene talk about what they are learning in the study and what it tells us about the most effective way to tap for chronic issues.
It is great to share personal experiences with tapping, but it is just as important that we also have scientific data to back up these experiences. In this interview Peta shares exactly that.
Listen to their conversation about using EFT for chronic issues :
Dr. Peta Stapleton
Dr. Peta Stapleton has over 25 years of experience as a registered Clinical and Health Psychologist in the State of Queensland, Australia and has completed a Bachelor of Arts, Postgraduate Diploma of Professional Psychology and Doctor of Philosophy. Peta held academic positions at Griffith University for 14 years, teaching and coordinating psychological research trials into new therapies in the area of obesity and weight management and is now Associate Professor in Psychology at Bond University.
Peta regularly contributes to the academic field with publications in the areas of nursing, morale, communication, psychological interventions and eating disorders. She regularly reviews for academic journals and offers supervision for new and existing Psychologists as well as students. She was named Psychologist of the Year at Australian Allied Health Awards in 2019. Peta’s book The Science Behind Tapping is a must read.