I sat down to do a short write up on energy psychology. I wanted to give a brief definition and a few examples of techniques. While doing a little more research I ran across this article that is very well written and does just what I was attempting to do. So, hhhmmm, why re-invent the wheel?
This article defines energy psychology in general and goes on to discuss Neuro Emotional Technique (NET), Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), Thought Field Therapy (TFT), and Applied Kinesiology (AK)http://www.asktheinternettherapist.com/counselingarchive-energy-psychology.asp
The only one of the above that I have any experience with is EFT. (I’m a Certified Holistic Harmony Emotional Freedom Practitioner). So, I began doing a little digging around on the other techniques mentioned in the above article. In the process of doing that research I found many differing opinions and techniques that are all very similar.
One thing that I have learned is that there is no absolute as to which techniques work for which things. Seems there are varying results with each technique depending on each individual.
Reiki is another form of energy healing that some classify in with the energy psychology, some don’t. I’m not much for what label to give something though, as long as it helps! I also have experience with Reiki and I am a Reiki Master/Teacher. The thing I like most of the Reiki is that it can be used over distances.
I have not written anything about EFT as of yet. I feel that I need to work with it more in order to write anything original. I can guide you through learning and employing EFT; as well as work with you on differing tapping sequences and how to choose a setup phrase and more.
To view an excerpt from the instruction manual I learned from (written and taught by Robert Najemy of Holistic Harmony) please visit this link: http://www.holisticharmony.com/ebookscb/sameft.asp scroll down to chapter 1 and 2.
To get a free download of the EFT Manual written by Gary Craig please visit this link: http://www.emofree.com/downloadeftmanual.asp
I have worked with and from both manuals so am familiar with them, if you need help or have questions.