3 Ways Mentioning Energy Psychology Research Can Help You – And Your Clients!

(by Sarah Murphy, LPC)  I like to throw in a teeny bit of “well, the research says …” when I introduce my clients to energy psychology. I find it helps clients believe what I’m talking about, feel comfortable doing what I’m asking them to do, and trust that I know what I’m doing. I am […]

Try This to Recover from Doomscrolling

(by Kirsten Keach, MA, LMFT) When your online world is filled with fear inducing news it can be difficult to turn it off. If you find yourself spending long periods of time reading online content that is sad, depressing, or makes you feel bad inside, you are likely doomscrolling. Doomscrolling is a new term used […]

Using Energy Practices When Life is Like a Marathon

(by Lori Hops, PhD, DCEP) We often face challenges in life that resemble a marathon, but if we treat them like a sprint, we are likely to create more stress than is necessary. The strategy of a long-distance race is different than running a quick sprint. And here is where we have a lot to […]