Ethics – The Heart and Shadow of Energy Psychology (part 2 of 2)

(by Phil Mollon, PhD, DCEP) In part one of this blog, I talked about ethical issues related to: Scope of practice Scope of knowledge Clarity and honesty regarding credentials Claims for efficacy Claims to understand how energy psychology works   In part two, we’ll explore five more key areas related to ethics. 6. Respect for the […]

Ethics – the Heart and Shadow of Energy Psychology (part 1 of 2)

  (by Phil Mollon, PhD, DCEP) Editor’s note: We are delighted to welcome Phil Mollon as ACEP’s new president. He has served on the ACEP board and been a member for many years. At their core, ethics in energy psychology (EP) are less about a set of rules than a reminder to combine working from the […]

The Holidays… “Ho, Ho, Ho” or “No, No, No!”

(by Paula Shaw, CADC, DCEP) In much of the Western world, it’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year…or so they say. Let’s face it, while the holidays do offer the opportunity for joyous family time, they are also exhausting and filled with gatherings that offer fertile soil for the revival of family drama, eating […]