In this experiential workshop, you will be introduced to various aspects of Energy Psychology as you learn:
- Methods for obtaining information from the body
- How to assess & correct common blocks to treatment
- The Emotional Freedom Technique “basic recipe”
- Basic EP treatment for anxiety, depression, trauma & pain
- Energy Booster Tools to help maximize results
- The physical, physiological & emotional aspects of Chakras
You will also learn about the Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology and their training in Ann Arbor April 26-27, 2014.
Pre-Registration required. Seating is limited
An Introduction to ENERGY PSYCHOLOGY:
A Mind-Body Approach That Goes Beyond Talk
(for licensed professionals in mental health & allied health fields)
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Introduction to Energy Psychology
Saturday, March 22, 2014
9:00am - 4:30pm
McLAREN REHABILITATION JOLLY RD
3394 East Jolly Road, Suite B
Lansing, MI 48910
(Turn south onto Pine Tree - off of Jolly Road - go to the second entrance on the left)
1 hour lunch - bring your own & eat in with us or buy fast food nearby
Energy Psychology (EP) is a family of integrative approaches to psychotherapy, health care treatment and coaching that is rooted in ancient mind-body healing traditions. EP methods blend the bio-energetic insights of these traditions with the best of contemporary psychological practice. Methods include tapping acupuncture points,
stimulating chakras, and biofield work.
There have been over 50 peer-reviewed studies conducted in EP. Eighteen of these studies were randomized controlled trials (RCTs) with 100% statistically significant results in favor of EP (alpha = .001). One of the RCTs was with fifty survivors of Rwandan Genocide showing dramatic reduction in PTSD symptoms after one session of Thought Field Therapy (an EP approach). For an overview of the research, visit energypsych.org/research.