Energy Psychology and the Tao of Qigong

An interview with Michael DeMolina, PhD(c), MS, LPC, DCEP As an energy psychology practitioner, have you wanted to delve deeper into the realm of energy and consciousness? You know that energy psychology has its roots in Eastern approaches. What is the relationship between energy psychology and Qi Gong or Taoism? On the other hand, maybe […]

Some limits of trauma-focused energy psychology work

(by Phil Mollon, PhD) As the various modalities of energy psychology (EP) have developed, there has been a shift from an original phobia-based paradigm – as in the classic TFT case of ‘Mary’s fear of water’, and the early EFT example of ‘Dave’s fear of water’ – to one that is trauma-based, focused particularly upon […]

Energy Psychology: An Integrated Neuroscience Paradigm

A poll of ACEP membership found that the thing most members want to know about is the science behind energy psychology. With that in mind, here is a video of Dr. Robert Schwarz (in conversation with Michael DeMolina) creating a coherent neuroscience frame for why EP works. Included is a description of three interlocking brain processes […]