Evolve Your Therapy Practice for a Dynamic Future

(by Kirsten Keach, LMFT) I closed the doors on my face-to-face therapy office. I will be 100% online for the foreseeable future. This was a big but necessary decision to make. One that I know many therapists are struggling with as we all try and adjust to unpredictable circumstances. Going to my office, even to […]

Biography, Biology, and Destiny: How energy psychology might break the chain

(by Sarah Murphy, LPC) Obesity. Diabetes. Depression. Heart disease. Asthma. Addiction. Cancer. What common denominator increases the likelihood of developing any of these conditions? Adverse childhood experiences, or ACEs. According to the CDC, ACEs are associated with an increased risk for mental and physical health problems across the lifespan. Childhood trauma (the biography) seems to […]

“White fragility” – my journey exploring diversity and inclusion so far

(by Robert Schwarz, PsyD, DCEP) Preamble: I wrote the following blog several weeks ago, long before the current crisis. This blog is about my personal journey of coming to terms with diversity issues that had been instigated by ACEP’s Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) Initiative. Just so readers have the appropriate context, I have supported the D&I […]