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

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(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 […]

Basic Principles of a Neo-Ericksonian Resource Based Approach to Psychotherapy

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  (by Robert Schwarz, PsyD, DCEP) I’ll be presenting a workshop at the Cape Cod Institute from Aug 15-19th titled The Mind-Body-Energy Tool Kit: Clinical Approaches that Go Beyond Talk . As I was working on my presentation, I thought this topic  would make a good blog. I’m calling these principles, Basic Principles of  a Neo-Ericksonian […]

Ready, Willing and Able?

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(by Ann Adams, EFT Master Trainer) Roshane lost trust in his practitioner and stopped sessions. He indicated that the practitioner may have attempted to do “too much too fast” or “was pushing his own agenda” when he wanted more time to process and was uncomfortable with the way the practitioner “pushed” him for finding a […]