Thought I'd chime in, since I'm a sometimes EFT practitioner. Just not a great marketer! There are a couple of EFT books by Gary Craig available on Amazon, one being the EFT manual, and the other being EFT for PTSD. I have the 2nd one. I think there's another one for weight loss. I actually spent a few years in therapy for anxiety, and it would have been called PTSD except I hadn't been in combat, just grew up in a really dysfunctional (abusive) home.
Gluten-free can do good things for skin!
I have a psychiatrist friend who says OCD is almost always a result of a trauma that you might have consciously forgotten but is still deeply affecting you. This is particularly true for people with PTSD and OCD together. Behavioral techniques like CBT and ERP focus more on controlling symptoms than clearing underlying trauma. EFT can clear trauma if you learn how to do it. By the way, Gary Craig initially expected EFT to be done by patients and offered it for free. Since he retired, it has gone commercial. This is a link to an older manual and I'd suggest you download a copy and save it before the free materials disappear entirely.
http://www.clearpoin...s/eftmanual.pdf Dr. Mercola also has an intro. http://eft.mercola.com/ .
Of course part of what sent me to therapy was feeling like I was lacking ambition or energy or something, and I think celiac played a large part in that. 20 years later it's easier to see that... but a little over 10 years ago I discovered EFT and in a lot of ways it helped me much more than the counseling did. Thought I'd add one more endorsement for it.