Energy Psychology

Energy Psychology (EP) is a family of evidence supported modalities that balance, restore and improve human functioning by combining physical interventions (using the acupuncture system, the chakras and other ancient systems of healing) with modern cognitive interventions such as imagery-based exposure therapy.

These methods are being used around the world by thousands of mental health and allied health professionals to achieve rapid, dramatic and lasting therapeutic shifts in feelings, thoughts, beliefs, and behaviors.  Numerous clinical and experimental outcomes have shown EP methods to help alleviate multitude of issues including trauma and PTSD, anxiety and phobias, depression, addictions, weight management, and pain.

This innovative approach to mental and physical health is currently being studied by the National Institutes of Health, the Kaiser Foundation, and the Veterans Administration. Though scientific study of energy psychology modalities is in it its early phases, the growing body of clinical research has thus far been very promising. fMRI and QEEG results have shown positive brain activity after the use of energy psychology techniques.

Positive clinical and experimental outcomes have shown EP methods to help alleviate multitude of issues including trauma and PTSD, anxiety and phobias, depression, addictions, weight management, pain. They have also been found to support improvement in school, sports and work performance.

Some of the more common forms of Energy Psychology Include:

  • Emotional Freedom Techniques
  • Thought Field Therapy
  • Tapas Acupressure Technique
  • EDXTM
  • Comprehenesive Energy Psychology
  • Matrix Energetics
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