3 Ways Mentioning Energy Psychology Research Can Help You – And Your Clients!

(by Sarah Murphy, LPC)  I like to throw in a teeny bit of “well, the research says …” when I introduce my clients to energy psychology. I find it helps clients believe what I’m talking about, feel comfortable doing what I’m asking them to do, and trust that I know what I’m doing. I am […]

Energy Psychology in the Age of Covid-19: What does the research say?

We are living in unprecedented times, as the world grapples with the covid19 pandemic. Many people are experiencing fear, and worry about catching the virus and getting sick. Televisions across the world beam images of overcrowded hospitals and overburdened healthcare professionals. There is real concern that necessary equipment is not, and will not be, available […]

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 […]