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Robert Schwarz, PsyD, DCEP
6 Hours 35 Minutes
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Mar 22, 2016
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Psychologist, Consultant, Coach, Speaker and Trainer
Robert Schwarz, PsyD, DCEP has been a practicing psychologist for 29 years. He is a clinical member of AAMFT, an approved ASCH consultant in hypnosis; and he has been involved with Energy Psychology since 1995. He is diagnostically trained in Thought Field Therapy. He is a diplomat in Comprehensive Energy Psychology. He is the executive director of the Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology (ACEP) and was the chief architect of ACEP’s making it possible for psychologists to get CE credits for Energy Psychology training. Dr. Schwarz is the author of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: a clinician’s guide (1991); Tools for Transforming Trauma (2002), one of the first trauma books to describe Energy Psychology approaches, as well as We’re No Fun Anymore: Cultivating Joyful Marriages Through the Power of Play. He has organized the last 7 international conferences on Energy Psychology and taught workshops throughout the United States, Canada and Brazil.
Financial: Robert Schwarz has an employment relationship with ACEP (Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology). He receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.
Non-financial: Robert Schwarz is a clinical member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy.
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Addiction Counselors, Case Managers, Counselors, Marriage & Family Therapists, Nurses, Psychologists, Social Workers, and other Mental Health Professionals
- Describe at least three energy psychology (EP) techniques approached can be used to regulate a client’s affect.
- Summarize how the current state of EP research does not support the idea that EP is an elaborate placebo.
- Explain at least one way EP techniques can be integrated with Interpersonal Neurobiology to improve clinical outcomes.
- Summarize how energy psychology approaches deconstruct a client’s negative cognitions that lead to anxiety.
- Articulate how to use EP within the tri-phasic model of trauma treatment.
- Apply one energy psychology approach in-session to help strengthen interpersonal boundaries.
- List at least three ways to integrate EP methods into couples’ work to improve treatment outcomes.
Energy Psychology – The Concepts & The Evidence
- Body-Mind Approaches to Human Problems
- The Energy Systems
- Integrate Energy Approaches with Neuroscience
- Interpersonal Neurobiology
- Polyvagal theory
- Amygdala modulated alarm reactions
- Integrating EP with
- Overall systems approach to psychology and psychotherapy
- Mindfulness approaches
- Review of Research: Does the research support the clinical claims?
- Deconstruct DSM® Diagnosis into treatable components
- Deconstruct beliefs, schemas, and patterns
- Eliciting specific events that support beliefs and schemas
- Body-feedback approaches to assessment to identify
- Unconscious blocks
- Limiting beliefs
- Energetic disturbances
- Isolate “mind” components of “physical problems”
- How to use EP within the tri-phasic model of trauma treatment
- Specific energy treatment approaches
- TAT basics
- EFT basics
- Chakra basics
- CEP basics
- Correct affect dysregulation
- Treat trauma based symptoms such as flashbacks
- Reduce anxiety, anger, cravings
- Treating negative thoughts and beliefs
- Reducing “resistance” and improve “low motivation” for change
- Approaches to increase boundaries
- Tailor treatment to specific needs and circumstances of each client
- EP approaches to for self-care and stress management
- Palliative treatment approaches of here and now symptoms
- Teach EP approaches to clients as self-help skills
- Deeper treatment of underlying specific events
- Yin and Yang: “masculine and “feminine” EP approaches
- EP approaches for children and learning issues
- EP approaches for couples.
- Limits and ethical considerations using EP
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