A study of 59 U.S. (in 2012) veterans with PTSD showed a dramatic

reduction of PTSD in 86% of participants after just six treatment

sessions with Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT).


See the Feb. 2013 press release below:

. . . The study will be published in the prestigious Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease in October, offers hope to the estimated 300,000 U.S. veterans of the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan suffering from PTSD, which is characterized by depression, anxiety, insomnia, and other mental health issues that are often debilitating. More than 80% of PTSD sufferers meet diagnostic criteria for other psychological disorders as well, and all of the veterans in this study had clinical scores for anxiety and depression, as well as PTSD.”

An article at the EXAMINER.COM describes the study in plain English:
I will soon have testimonials posted on this site from vets who participated in this study who suffered from PTSD after serving overseas in Iraq and Afgan and Vietnam.
I am participating in the clinical study as an EFT practitioner. If you know a vet or are a vet and have been diagnosed with PTSD, get in touch. If you qualify (meaning meeting criteria for PTSD), then you will participate in 6 EFT treatments for PTSD. There is a specific protocol that must be followed as the clinical study is ongoing.
Find out more about this project by going directly to the www.vetstressproject.org
If you have questions please contact Kathilyn Solomon at 612 250 1968 or kathilyn@gmail.com. There are practitioners working on this clinical study throughout the US.