ACEP Press & Media Room
Energy Psychology in the News
February 2013 Response to article in Social Work Journal that labels EP as pseudoscience and suggests that EP practitioners lack critical thinking skill. CLICK HERE
November, 2012: APA Review of General Psychology: Acupoint Stimulation in Treating Psychological Disorders: Evidence of Efficacy
November, 2012: Psychology Today: An Army Psychologist Found "Tapping Therapy" Successful in Treating PTSD
November, 2012: Psychotherapy Bulletin from Division 29 of the APA: Controversial 2008 Research Review Published in Psychotherapy Finds New Support (pg. 39)
October, 2012: Albany Times Union: New Therapy Taps into Emotions: Latham's Odd Treatment of PTSD Draws UAlbany Study
October, 2012: Journal of Nervous & Mental Disease: The Effect of Emotional Freedom Techniques on Stress Biochemistry
August, 2012: Women's Health Magazine: Do This With Your Hands to Relieve Stress
July, 2012: Corvallis Gazette Times: When the Yips Afflict Athletes, They Call Greg Wharburton for Help (EP and Sports Performance)
July, 2012: CBS Boston: New Psychotherapy May Help Relive Stress and Anxiety (or, to see the VIDEO, CLICK HERE)
June, 2012: CBS Miami: Tapping Away Anxiety and Stress
May, 2012: Rochester Homepage, Channel 8: Unusal Therapy Gives Local Veteran Relief from PTSD
January, 2012: The National Psychologist: Enhancing Therapy with Energy Psychology (pg. 15)
August, 2011: Noetic Now Journal: Energy Psychology: The future of Psychotherapy?
June, 2011: First for Women: The Tapping Technique
June, 2011: Journal of Nervous & Mental Disease: A Controlled Comparison of the Effectiveness and Efficiency of Two Psychological Therapies for PTSD: EMDR vs. EFT
ACEP Press Releases, Videos and Webinars
January 2013: Psychologists can now earn APA approved CE credit for Energy Psychology Courses
November, 2012: As of November 11, 2012 ACEP is approved by the APA to provide CE credits to psychologists for our programs in Energy Psychology
November, 2012: VIDEO: Psychotherapists answer the question: How did you come to Energy Psychology?
September, 2012: WEBINAR: Overview of EP Theory, Research and Practice
September, 2012: WEBINAR: ACEP and Voice for HOPE Reach Out to Congress
July, 2011: PRESS RELEASE: Treating PTSD: New Controlled Study Indicates Energy Psychology Methods, such as EFT, Prove Equally Effective as EMDR
This blog contains articles and updates about the fascinating world of Energy Psychology — a new branch of psychology which studies the human energetic matrix (consisting of the acupuncture meridians, chakra system and biofield) underlying human cognition, affect and behavior. Just as no man is an island, no field of study is an orphan. EP arose from and thrives in a rich contextual soil, cross-fertilized by many disciplines, including Applied Kinesiology, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Western Psychology and Eastern Spiritual traditions.
It is our intention that this blog will serve as a bridge between alternative and traditional therapies and modalities. ACEP as an organization sees complementary and integrative therapies working together with traditional allopathic medicine for the good of mankind.
This blog will thus seek to be inclusive and expansive, and will highlight both traditional and alternative techniques which treat stress, anxiety and depression, emotional and health conditions, as well as the myriad of other afflictions that contribute to a less-than-joyful human experience. Energy therapies can also facilitate notable improvements in communication, performance, relationships, health and wellness, and spirituality.
The goal of this blog is to catalyze communication and further discussions about Energy Psychology, Energy Medicine and related modalities, in order to raise awareness, alleviate suffering, and assist people in living happy, healthy, meaningful lives.
CLICK HERE to visit the blog.
ACEP in the Community
ACEP in the Community is a network of long-standing ACEP Members who are Certified Energy Psychology (CEP) practitioners and professional psychotherapists available for speaking engagements in a variety of settings (i.e. business, educational institutions, health service agencies, and other community-based organizations).
- Treating and relieving those suffering from emotional challenges such as addictions and compulsions, anxiety, depression, limiting beliefs, personality disorders, phobias, stress and trauma.
- Maximizing human performance in business, sports and the arts.
- Supporting the healthy development and well-being of individuals and groups.
We look forward to working with you to provide the appropriate educational service for your organization.
Call the ACEP office for more information at 213-713-1847 or 619-861-2237.