Set Up an Energy Psychology Interactive Study Group
The EPI program is particularly well-suited for study with a partner or within a small group. A study group may consist of two or more members. It may be done face-to-face or it may be done via e-mail.
In a face-to-face group, you can practice the techniques with one another. In an e-mail arrangement, you need to find practice partners besides your e-mail colleague. But these practice partners do not need to be professionals in the field, and you and your e-mail colleague can use one another for feedback and reflection. One way to find an e-mail study partner is to join the free Energy Psychology Interactive e-discussion group (details on the CD) and let others know of your interest.
A suggested way of conducting a face-to-face study group is:
- Set a meeting place and time (1½ to 3 hours for each meeting) held 2 to 4 times a month.
- Beginning with the Introduction, each member goes through the same module on the CD (backed by the book) prior to each study group session.
- The study group is used to a) discuss that module, b) do the practice sessions with one another that were presented in that module, and c) reflect on the experience.
- Also consider joining the EPI e-discussion group to further reflect on your experiences.
Extra Incentive (note: this offer does not apply for formal college or graduate school classes):
If you wish to organize a study group, you can receive a free copy of the Energy Psychology Interactive program (CD and Companion Book) for every 3 sets you order. You will also receive a free copy of the Self-Help Guide for your group to examine