Changes in Self-Reported Depression, Anxiety and Post-traumatic Stress
Recent studies conducted on the effectiveness of The Emotion Code on Self-Reported Depression, Anxiety and Post-traumatic Stress This research evaluated whether the Emotion Code healing modality had a significant impact on a population of 146 participants. Individuals completed pre- and post-treatment assessments measuring depression, anxiety and PTSD symptomatology, as well as sociodemographic characteristics. Results show significant decreases in symptomatology in all three mental health categories. Thus supporting, that the Emotion Code healing method may be a useful tool in aiding to decrease reported symptoms in the areas of anxiety, PTSD, and depression.
Reference: Yuliana Gelb, Sara Castaneda, Lenny Castaneda and Tim Allison-Aipa. “Changes in Self-Reported Depression, Anxiety and PostTraumatic Stress Disorder Symptomatology from the Emotion Code Energy Healing Modality”. Altern Integ Med 10 (2021): 329