(By Robert Schwarz, PsyD, DCEP) As ambassadors for energy psychology, it is important to be able to tell clear and compelling stories about who we are and what we do. For instance, “energy psychology can eliminate an unwanted physiological/emotional reaction to a specified trigger within a single session according to 71% of the respondents to an ACEP practitioners pole; and within in three or fewer acupoint tapping sessions according to 94% of the respondents to that poll.”
Would you like to know more fascinating facts about energy psychology and the people who use it?
Last March we sent out an ACEP Practitioner Survey to get some facts about what EP practitioners do. A healthy 24% of our membership, or 294 of you, responded. The findings are fascinating.
We asked David Feinstein to analyze and comment on the findings, and we have just received the galleys of his report, which will appear in the next issue of the peer-reviewed journal, Energy Psychology.
We will summarize the findings in the August issue of ACEP’s e-letter, The Energy Field, but we wanted to release the entire report to our membership prior to our June Conference.
Since these findings are so important for understanding our identity as a profession, we want you to comment on them on this blog. Does the report fit for you personally? Does it match your observations about the field? You can access the report here. Then come back to the blog to comment about it. You can also comment on the Facebook post about the same thing.
I look forward to seeing everyone at the conference June 2-6, 2016 at the Hyatt Regency in Santa Clara. Haven’t registered yet? You still can Register at energypsychologyconference.com or you can register on site. Come tell David Feinstein how much you liked the article.
Robert Schwarz, PsyD, DCEP
ACEP Executive Director