Other Energy Psychology Courses

Explore home study courses by authors such as Fred Gallo, Ph.D,  Dr. Hover-Kramer and other leaders in the field.

Five Simple Steps to Emotional Healing


CE's Available: 5 ACEP CEs, 5 CRCH CE Hours [Details]

Course Description:

In Five Simple Steps to Emotional Healing, Gloria Arenson describes and ardently recommends "Meridian Therapy," a technique stemming from acupressure that allows people to decrease their levels of stress without professional help. Known more popularly by variations such as EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques), BSFF (Be Set Free Fast), and TFT (Thought Field Therapy) Arenson provides a basic introduction to the method.  By tapping on eight different spots on their bodies, practitioners can alleviate anxiety, the impacts of trauma, compulsive behaviors and any number of other difficulties. Note: “Energy psychology is considered an experimental therapy pending further empirical support of its efficacy.”

 

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Energy Psychology and EMDR: Combining Forces to Optimize Treatment


CE's Available: 11 ACEP CEs, 11 CRCH CE Hours [Details]

Course Description:

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Energy Psychology (EP) continue to grow in popularity because they can produce deep and lasting psychological healing. Using the two methods together creates a unique opportunity to increase the effectiveness and applicability of both. This text begins by comparing EMDR and EP. It then describes the training models that have been used to teach these treatments in ten countries, to professionals and paraprofessionals alike. EMDR clinicians should learn new strategies not taught in traditional EMDR seminars. EP practitioners should find a simple and effective format for teaching meridian-based therapies.

Using case studies from clinical practices, the authors of this work demonstrate how EMDR and EP in combination can be used with greater impact to meet various therapy challenges: transference and countertransference, severe trauma, abreactions, dissociation, dilemmas, looping and blocking, so-called client resistance, and the problem of maintaining treatment effects. Special attention is given to cross-cultural applications of the methods. The authors describe a research project with an offender population where trauma, abreaction, dissacociation and "resistance" converge, and they discuss their experiences as executive coaches where the focus is on using EMDR and EP to enhance performance. Other clients discussed include victims of natural disaster, domestic violence and civil war. Innovative interventions are discussed within the context of the therapy realtionship and references are made to reserach findings that suggest EMDR and EP are much more than mere techniques. Note: "Energy psychology and EMDR are considered experimental therapies pending further empirical support of their efficacy."

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Creative Energies


CE's Available: 6 ACEP CEs, 6 CRCH CE Hours [Details]

Course Description:

This book provides clinicians with a practical introduction to energy psychology and energetic healing. It presents a comprehensive overview of three aspects of the human vibrational matrix: the biofield, the energy centers, and the meridian pathways with their specific acupoints. Case examples bring each of the interventions described to life. Note: "Energy Psychology is considered an experimental therapy pending further empirical support of its efficacy."

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Ethics for Energy Healing Practitioners

NCBTMB Approval

CE's Available: 3 NCBTMB Ethics CE Hours [Details]

Course Description:

This course is based on the Ethics Handbook for Energy Healing Practitioners. Energy Medicine and Energy Psychology are relatively new approaches within Western healing practices. They require that practitioners have not only a working knowledge of the ethical principles that guide all health care practitioners; they also require an understanding of special ethical issues that may arise when working with the body’s energy systems. This book addresses both sets of ethical questions, using a case oriented-curriculum. As well as in-depth discussion of ethical principles and challenges, it presents 50 ethical dilemmas, invites the reader to think each through, and then takes the reader on an exploration of the relevant ethical principles and how they can be applied to the situation being examined.

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Energy Psychology: Explorations at the Interface of Energy, Cognition, Behavior, and Health


CE's Available: 12 ACEP CEs, 12 CRCH CE Hours [Details]

Course Description:

Energy Psychology: Explorations at the Interface of Energy, Cognition, Behavior, and Health is the book that introduced the field of energy psychology. Now in its second edition, it traces the roots of energy psychology, contrasts it with contemporary approaches, explores the interface with cognition and behavior, and provides specific instruction in treatment applications.

The book begins with an overview of current psychological paradigms and then investigates the energy paradigm, focusing on the relevance of acupuncture, homeopathy, electromagnetic and morphogenetic fields, prayer, and applied kinesiology to energy therapy. Psychological problems are depicted as manifestations of energy disruptions or energy configurations that can be precisely diagnosed and treated. Energy Psychology provides an overview of basic concepts and procedures, current research findings, applications in psychological treatment, ways of assessing the body’s energy systems, working with neurological disorganization/switching and psychoenergetic reversals, and more. Note: "Energy psychology is considered an experimental therapy pending further empirical support of its efficacy."

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