Energy Psychology: Theory, Research, and Treatment is a peer-reviewed professional journal dedicated to reporting developments in the field of energy psychology (EP) that are of interest to heathcare professionals and researchers. It contains original empirical research into the efficacy of EP methods; theoretical, experimental and basic science papers illuminating the mechanisms of action of EP; clinical insights on the application of EP to various populations, and interfaces with other interventions; book reviews, and abstracts published in other journals that are of relevance to the EP field. Its goal is to further the development of EP as an evidence-based method in the healing sciences. In this issue • Set Points: The Unconscious Triggers Governing Our Behavior • EFT Remediates PTSD and Psychological Symptoms in Veterans • Group Therapy Using EFT for Chronic Pain • EFT Remediates Dental Fear.
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EDITORIAL ESSAY Set Points: The Unconscious Triggers Governing Our Behavior Dawson Church ORIGINAL RESEARCH The Lived Experience of Chronic Pain and the Impact of Brief Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) Group Therapy on Coping Peta Stapleton, Hannah Chatwin, Lily Sheppard, & Joyce McSwan EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) Remediates PTSD and Psychological Symptoms in Veterans: A Randomized Controlled Replication Trial Linda Geronilla, Lorna Minewiser, Phil Mollon, Marilyn McWilliams, Morgan Clond, & Julie Palmer-Hoffman CLINICAL REPORT Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) Remediates Dental Fear: A Case Series Angela M. Cartland BOOK REVIEWS ABSTRACTS