Study Involving Rochester Veterans Shows PTSD Treatment WorksHere's the truth on this. You don't have to "tap" to feel better. You can skip and it would work just as good as long as you are talking and someone is listening.
By: Ali Touhey
Updated: February 25, 2013
There's news about service members coming home with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. A study with connections to veterans in Rochester shows a nontraditional therapy works.
A study on the success of a therapy called "Emotional Freedom Technique" is published this month's "Journal of Nervous and Mental Disorders."
It's also called the "Tapping Solution." We first told you about it last year because some of the research was done locally.
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Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Tapping the rest of your life for PTSD treatment?
Here's one more example of a headline not turning out the way it sounds. Watch the video on this page and notice the veteran still "tapping" a year later in a follow up interview. What did the reporter mean by "it works" if this veteran still has to "tap" a year later?