Available now on Amazon as a kindle version (and you can pre order hard copy for November 2017).
EFT for Teens focuses especially on feelings, and how EFT can reduce sadness, anger, doubt, jealousy and fear. Peta applies the proven techniques of EFT to typical problems teens face. These include bullying, academic performance, public speaking, divorce and parental conflict, sleep, and procrastination.
With a warm and understanding tone, Dr. Stapleton draws upon her experiences with her teenage daughter, as well as studies showing that EFT is effective when used with teens. She’s especially aware of the conflicts and contradictory drives that can bewilder teens, as hormones, academic priorities, disappointments, and the need for social acceptance all pull them in different directions. She realizes that people can’t just “get over” these problems, and that a stress reduction method can help teens navigate the transition to adulthood.
The book begins with a “quick start guide” that shows how to apply EFT immediately, and how to test whether or not it’s working for you. EFT combines elements of conventional therapy with acupressure to provide fast and measurable relief from stress; a story in Examiner.com calls EFT: “one of the most successful psychology self-help techniques ever developed.”