Three Variations On the Art of Tapping

(by Gloria Arenson, MFT, DCEP) Have you noticed that many practitioners have begun to create and teach variations of the instructions as acupressure tapping techniques have become more widely known and used? Sometimes I wonder if this is helpful. Is it better to keep doing acupressure tapping exactly the way we learned it or is […]

Transforming Energy Psychology into a Comprehensive, Transpersonal Psychotherapy

(by Michael Mayer, PhD) “The origin myth of any thing determines the way it is seen and its destiny, and creates a magical, incantational, hypnotic power,” says Mircea Eliade, (1963). The origin myth of current energy psychology approaches is rooted in the traditions of some of the field’s founders. Among these, for example, are chiropractor […]

It’s all in the flow: further musings on trance and energy psychology

(by Robert Schwarz, PsyD, DCEP) In the last blog, Lucy Grace Yaldezian raised a lot of questions about the role of hypnosis and trance in TAT – and for that matter in EFT and other EP approaches. As someone who has spent over 20 years working with Ericksonian hypnosis I thought I would go deeper […]