Report on energy psychology published
The Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology (ACEP) states that the state of the art reportEnergy Psychology: Efficacy, Speed, Mechanismsis a must-read for professionals in the energy psychology field. It focuses on acupoint tapping methods, which is where most of the EP research has been conducted.
The paperprovides in a single, free, relatively brief source sound answers to questions that anyone would have about energy psychology, from the most basic (“How can tapping on the skin lead to profounds pyschological changes?” and “How do we know it works?”) to more nuanced issues about what happens in the brain when deep emotional learnings have been altered after the application of an energy psychology protocol.
It capably addresses the most pertinent criticisms of energy psychologythat have been put forth by sceptics of the approach.
It has been accepted for publication inExplore, a respected journalthat is indexed by PubMed, and the pre-publication version has just becomeavailable as a free download.
ACEP invites people to take a look, and if you’re so moved, please bring the paper to the attention of your colleagues, list-serves, etc.