Tuesday 29th January: 1pm – 2pm (QLD Time Zone)
How to Strengthen Your Weight Loss Resolutions with Tapping with Dr Peta Stapleton
Weight Loss Resolutions
Existing weight loss interventions recommend a combination of dietary restraint and physical exercise, which is unsuccessful in the long-term as they do not typically target the psychological determinants linked with overeating.
This webinar will highlight 10 years of clinical trials on Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT or “Tapping”) for food cravings and weight loss in overweight/obese adults. EFT is a brief psychophysiological intervention combining elements of exposure and cognitive therapy, and somatic stimulation.
Ten years of Australian research has shown EFT to significantly reduce food cravings, the subjective power of food, anxiety, depression and somatic symptoms, increase restraint ability and decrease weight, and remain significant at 12-months. It has been shown to be comparable to Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for restraint and the subjective power of food, but superior for food cravings and anxiety. Delivered in an online format, EFT results in identical outcomes (12-months post treatment) as attending in person. New research has examined participants’ neural changes (fMRI scanning) before and after EFT treatment, and scans will be presented during the webinar.
About: Dr Peta Stapleton
Associate Professor Peta Stapleton (Bond University) is an Australian clinical/health psychologist who embraces evidence based practice and is passionate about new and innovative techniques in the food and weight areas. She is a world leader and researcher in the stress management tool Emotional Freedom Techniques, or Tapping, and a 5 times published author. Peta has most recently led the way to having this stress reduction tool be included in schools worldwide.
Make sure to listen in to a webinar that will help you, and your clients, better manage the weight and their health.
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