Energy Psychology

Energy psychology (EP) refers to a mind-body approach with the purpose of treating the whole person and improving human functioning. This effective approach focuses on the connection between thoughts, emotions, sensations, and behaviors. EP incorporates natural elements including the meridians, energy centers, biofields, and bio-electrical and electromagnetic activity of the body, the nervous system, and the heart.

We focus on the many ways in which thoughts and intentions are expressed in the biosystem. EP has been successful in the assessment and treatment of stress, anxiety, depression, trauma, pain, psychological issues, and self-sabotage behaviors.

In short, energy psychologists believe that physical interventions to balance energy fields combined with evidence-based exposure therapy helps individuals overcome physical and emotional issues improving their mental and physical health and their overall well-being.