“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 […]

Energy Psychology: An Integrated Neuroscience Paradigm

A recent 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 […]

Of Mice and Memory Reconsolidation: They just don’t get it

(By Robert Schwarz, PsyD, DCEP) I want to discuss how “off-target” the discussion is about the treatment of PTSD, as evidenced by a recent article in the digital version of The Atlantic titled: Changing Memories to Treat PTSD: A controversial area of brain research suggests it may be possible—but is it ethical? The good news […]