The easy-to-read research summary you’ve been waiting for

(by Sarah Murphy, LPC) Many practitioners understand that energy psychology works, but find that they are hesitant to introduce it to neophytes, or stumble when defending it to skeptics and critics. If you have used energy psychology, you have likely experienced its effectiveness; if you are a member of ACEP, there is little doubt that […]

Biography, Biology, and Destiny: How energy psychology might break the chain

(by Sarah Murphy, LPC) Obesity. Diabetes. Depression. Heart disease. Asthma. Addiction. Cancer. What common denominator increases the likelihood of developing any of these conditions? Adverse childhood experiences, or ACEs. According to the CDC, ACEs are associated with an increased risk for mental and physical health problems across the lifespan. Childhood trauma (the biography) seems to […]

Welcoming Symptoms

(by Robert Schwarz, PsyD, DCEP) When anxiety, sadness or anger present themselves to you or your clients do you welcome them? What about other “symptoms”? Do you invite them to speak to you? Do you listen to their concerns and issues? Or do you or clients react to them with fear and loathing? Are they […]