Tai Chi at Auschwitz – My Journey to Liberation at Auschwitz

(by Peter Sternberg, LCSW) (Editor’s Note: This is a deeply moving and inspiring story – well worth your time to read to the end.) In early November of 2014 I took a trip to Poland, linked up with a group called The Zen Peacemakers and spent five days at Auschwitz at their 19th annual Bearing […]

A mathematical formula that explains the creation of psychoenergetic disruptions.

by Robert Schwarz, PsyD, DCEP I recently gave a 20 minute TED-style talk on energy psychology at the Psychotherapy Networker conference. One of the major differences of an energy psychology approach is in the recognition that traumatic events are not the real source of clients’ problems. It is not the event itself that causes the […]

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 […]