Energy Psychology attempts to lead people toward growth and change by connecting their thoughts, emotions, behaviors, and bodily reactions and sensations. Energy Psychology’s goal is to use the physical body to address distressing emotional states.
Because people’s bodies experience physiological responses when they encounter strong emotions, specifically for people who experience trauma, healing combines a focus on the body’s and mind’s energy.
Energy Psychology incorporates an understanding of the body’s energetic systems and electrical fields to address a range of mental health concerns. Typically, Energy Psychology focuses on specific areas of the body or energy points. Stimulating these pressure points while engaging in cognitive exercises, mindfulness exercises, or other counseling techniques can signal the brain to regulate the body.
Therapists Who Specialize in Using Energy Psychology