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Energy Psychology (EP) is a family of focused and brief approaches to releasing stuck energy in the mindbody system that usually is the result of unresolved small “t” or big “T” trauma. This workshop presents an elegant integration of Interpersonal neurobiology, polyvagal theory and memory reconsolidation that underlies energy psychology approaches to trauma treatment. Participants will learn how to incorporate this “power therapy” with their current methods to regulate emotional over-arousal and escalating patterns of reactivity while creating greater personal empowerment. Discover how to actually remove the traumatic energy/emotions from traumatic events that facilitates insight, mindfulness and post traumatic growth. Both the current research and the basic clinical protocols will be presented.
*Sessions may be edited for content and to preserve confidentiality*
1.5 credits available.
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Robert Schwarz, PsyD, is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who has been practicing psychotherapy and coaching for over 25 years. He is also a marriage counsleor and clinical member of the American Association of Marital & Family Therapy, and a diplomate in comprehensive energy psychology. He is also an approved consultant for the American society of Clinical Hypnosis.