Your anxious and traumatized clients are suffering. Their bodies have been hijacked while anxiety and trauma keep their minds working overtime. They want to change how they feel and take control of their lives. They need your help to get relief and move forward through their traumatic experiences and anxious episodes.
As a therapist, what do you need to make a difference in their lives? You need action-oriented mind-body tools that can be customized to the unique needs of your clients. When they walk out of your office, you want to feel confident they have the tools to heal and stay in control when powerful emotions come at unexpected times.
Energy Psychology (EP) approaches offer state of the art evidence- based techniques to rapidly treat PTSD and anxiety. Commonly known as “Tapping”, these strategies have a rapidly growing base of research evidence and an ever-increasing group of followers - clinicians and clients alike.
And now, you can learn these effective techniques from one of the country’s leading experts on Energy Psychology – Dr. Robert Schwarz.
Watch Dr. Schwarz for this webcast and he will give you:
Methods to integrate EFT/EP within a trauma informed approach
State-of-the-art therapy that utilizes the mind-body connection
The ability to treat aspects of PTSD in 6 sessions or less
Techniques to help clients rapidly reduce overwhelming negative affect w/o medication
A framework to integrate EP with other treatment modalities
When you use EP in your practice, you will notice that your clients now feel safer, calmer, and hopeful about their futures. Discover the skills you need to transform the lives of your traumatized and anxious clients.
Psychologist, Consultant, Coach, Speaker and Trainer
Robert Schwarz, PsyD, DCEP, has been a practicing psychologist for 35 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. He is the organizer of ACEP’s Online EFT training Program. 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 15 international conferences on Energy Psychology and taught workshops throughout the United States, Canada, England, France 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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Demonstrate the 4 basic steps of Emotional Freedom Techniques for symptom management.
Evaluate the current state of EP research and its clinical implications.
Utilize EP within the tri-phasic model of trauma treatment.
Apply one energy psychology approach in-session to help strengthen interpersonal boundaries.
Differentiate at least 2 EFT techniques to minimize abreaction while treating trauma.
Categorize the 4 main unconscious blocks to improved functioning and their treatment implications.
Analyze the effectiveness of EP from the perspective of neuroception and memory reconsolidation.
Execute the Personal Peace Procedure for treatment planning and symptom management.
Energy Psychology – The Concepts & The Evidence
Body-Mind Approaches to Human Problems
The Energy Systems
A Brief Guide to the World of EP Therapies
Thought Field Therapy (TFT)
Tapas Acupressure Technique (TAT)
Comprehensive Energy Psychology (CEP)
Advanced Integrative Therapy (AIT)
Does the Research Support the Clinical Claims?
115+ Outcome Studies
The Critique Against EP
Integrating Energy Approaches with
Polyvagal Theory and Neuroception
Amygdala Modulated Alarm Reactions
Integrating EP within a Trauma Informed Approach
Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)
Using EP to Keep Clients Within the Window of Tolerance
EP as a Bottom-up Approach to Treating Trauma
Integrating EP with other Modalities
Overall Systems Approach to Psychotherapy
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
How to Use EP Within the Tri-Phasic Model of Trauma Treatment
Deconstructing Trauma and Anxiety-Based Beliefs, Schemas, and Patterns
Eliciting Specific Traumatic Events that Support Limiting Beliefs and Schemas
Isolating the Trauma and Anxiety-Based Components to Physical Problems
Levels of Intervention-Which Do You Use and When?
Emotional Freedom Techniques
The Basic Formula
Tuning into the Right Aspect of a Problem
“Tell the Story” Technique for Traumatic Events
Gentle Approaches to Prevent Overwhelm and Shut Down
Personal Peace Procedure for Treatment Planning
Treat Trauma-based Symptoms
Reducing Anxiety, Anger, Cravings
Treating Negative Thoughts, Beliefs and Schemas for Trauma and Anxiety Disorders
Reducing “Resistance” and Unconscious Blocks to Change
EP Approaches to Increase Boundaries
Tailoring Treatment to Client’s Specific Needs and Circumstances