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What is Energy Psychotherapy?

Energy Psychotherapy is an integration of Energy Psychology methods into psychotherapeutic practice. It is a development of the ‘talking therapies’ which has proved to be of benefit to clients.

How can I learn the methods?

The main course available at present is organised by the prestigious CPD organisation Confer

Hear more about the course from Phil Mollon in this short film

A Diploma in Practising Energy Psychotherapy

Saturday 25 January – Saturday 21 November 2020

This one-year programme invites an open approach to integrating the myriad of exciting contemporary energy psychologies into psychotherapy. New understandings about the impact of trauma on the body, including advances in neurobiology, support working with the mind-body connection alongside talking psychotherapy. The gentle methods of Energy Psychotherapy facilitate deep healing by helping to clear the emotional and energetic residues of trauma at a deep bodily level, including patterns of transgenerational, attachment, non-verbal and complex trauma.

Where can I find out more about Energy Psychotherapy?

For a full and deeply interesting account of our work do have a look at this on-line version of Expressions of Energy Psychotherapy, the first edition of our journal. ExpressionsOfEnergyPsychotherapy EMAIL&INTERNETv2

What is the Energy Psychotherapy Network?

We are a grouping of practitioners who use these methods – psychotherapists, counsellors, and others in the mental health professions in the UK and Ireland.  We value our varied core trainings and work together to practice, teach, and support one another in ongoing learning and research. Read more about us

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David Feinstein’s updated review article on energy psychology, published in Explore Journal is now available.



Energy Psychology: Efficacy, Speed, Mechanisms

Besides being succinct, compelling, and free, it takes on and adeptly addresses the major criticisms of energy psychology one-by-one. We’re hearing that it is opening rich dialogue both within and outside of our field.