“I remember but I don’t feel upset”: How energy psychology facilitates memory reconsolidation

(by Sarah Murphy, LPC) One of the best things about being an energy psychology practitioner is seeing that look of wonder in our clients’ eyes when their traumatic memories are no longer traumatic. “I remember it, but I don’t feel upset about it,” they say. It’s the kind of experience that makes this profession so […]

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 […]

What to Say When You’re “Tapping” with Energy Psychology

Beyond the Talking Cure: Talk and Tap The practice of guided change has its foundation in psychotherapy, once dubbed the talking cure. After more than one hundred years of psychotherapy history, we count many success stories, yet the question becomes: Is talking enough? Many are turning to body and mind interventions to increase the odds […]