Thought Field Therapy

Thought Field Therapy was developed by psychologist Roger Callahan as a means of treating a wide variety of physical and psychological difficulties. The method involves the stimulation of meridian points (similar to acupuncture or acupressure points) on the hands and upper body through specialized tapping. Similar to Oriental medicine techniques, Callahan suggests that tapping specific meridians in specific order opens up the flow of life energy (qi). This fringe area method has its supporters, but is generally considered a pseudoscience and unproved.