What is Thought Field Therapy (TFT)?

TFT is a self-treatment that was developed by a clinical psychologist, Dr. Roger Callahan. TFT utilizes the meridian points and bilateral stimulation with a gentle tapping procedure which is believed to facilitate the information processing needed for healing the particular problem or disturbance.
  • Thought Field Therapy (TFT) is like a no-needle acupuncture therapy.
  • Licensed mental health care professionals who have been properly trained in TFT are reporting positive results in using TFT for the treatment of stress, anger, trauma, phobias, panic, anxiety, excessive guilt, depression, addictive urges, obsession and grief.
  • TFT has also shown to be useful with chronic pain.
  • Individuals trained in TFT can use it as a self-help tool to foster well-being.
  • Although it’s not possible to offer any guarantees TFT is a remarkable technique that combines the health wisdom of the East and West.

People gently tap themselves at certain points and in a prescribed sequence with two fingers. While tapping, they focus on the thoughts, feelings, and physical sensations that they want to get rid of, like those that come along with stress or anxiety. The name of this treatment comes from the focusing on the thought field you want to change, while at the same time, tapping on the appropriate treatment points.

It is believed that TFT eliminates disturbances created by negative emotions by using key meridian points in specific sequences. The sequences are specific to the specific thought field, involving different tapping points in certain orders. Advanced levels of TFT work with individualized treatment sequences for each thought field for a person.

Thought Field Therapy Videos

Secrets To Quick Emotional Changes – Thought Field Therapy Explained

March 26, 2016

Thought Field Therapy – Whoopi Goldberg treated for fear of flying using TFT on The View, part 1

April 2, 2009

Thought Field Therapy – Whoopi Goldberg Fear Of Flying Cured The View, part 2 – Tapping Therapy for Fear Of Flying

April 2, 2009

Thought Field Therapy Helps in the Prison System

March 10, 2009

Thought Field Therapy – Rwandan Orphans greet ATFT Trauma Relief Team

April 10, 2008

Thought Field Therapy and the Village Elder

March 26, 2008

Thought Field Therapy – Rwandan Teacher Speaks of Changes in the Orphans

March 26, 2008