Resources

Reference List

Anodea J (2004) Eastern Body, Western Mind : Psychology and the Chakra System as a Path to the Self  Random House

Brockman H Dynamic Energetic Healing (2006) Integrating Core Shamanic Practices with Energy Psychology Applications and Processwork PrinciplesColumbia Press

Bolte Taylor J (2009) My Stroke of Insight Hodder Paperbacks

Brown R P, Gerbarg P L (2012) The Healing Power of Breath: Simple Techniques to Reduce Stress and Anxiety, Enhance Concentration, and Balance Your Emotions Shambhala

Brockman H (2012) Essential Self-Care for Caregivers and Helpers Preserve Your Health, Maintain Your Well-Being and Create Effective Boundaries Columbia Press

Connolly S M (2004) Thought Field Therapy: Clinical Applications Integrating TFT in Psychotherapy George Tyrrell Press

Diepold J (2004) Evolving Thought Field Therapy: The Clinician’s Handbook of Diagnosis, Treatment and Theory Norton Energy Psychology Series

Doidge N (2008) The Brain that Changes Itself : Stories of Personal Triumph from the Frontiers of Brain Science (Penguin 2008)

Eden D Energy Medicine (2008) How to use your body’s energies for optimum health and vitality Piatkus

Feinstein D (2004) Energy Psychology Interactive: Rapid Interventions for Lasting Change Inner Source

Gallo FP (2002) Energy Psychology in Psychotherapy: A Comprehensive Source Book W. W. Norton & Co

Hartung J G, D Galvin M D (2003) Energy Psychology and EMDR – combining forces to optimise treatment (Norton)

Hover-Kramer D (2002) Creative Energies: Integrative Energy Psychotherapy for Self-Expression and Healing W. W. Norton & Company

Hanson R (2009) Buddha’s Brain: The Practical Neuroscience of Happiness, Love & Wisdom New Harbinger Publications

Hover-Kramer D, Dale C (2012) Creating Healthy Relationships: Professional Standards for Energy Therapy Practitioners Energy Psychology Press

In May 2013 ISSSEEM announced the launch of a professional-grade website for its archive of the peer-reviewed Journal of Subtle Energies and Energy Medicine (SEEMJ).

Journal of Subtle Energies and Energy Medicine archive all volumes now available free on-line http://journals.sfu.ca/seemj/index.php/seemj/index

Kamalamani (2012) Meditating with Character  O Books

Kowalski R (2011) The Mindfulness & Mindbalancing Handbook Speechmark Publishing Ltd

Mcgilchrist I (2009) The Master and his emissary: The Divided Brain and the Making of the Western World Yale University Press

Mayor D, Marcozzi M S Eds (2011) Energy Medicine East and West: A Natural History of Qi Churchill Livingstone Elsevier

 Mollon P (2004) EMDR and the Energy Therapies Karnac Books

Mollon P  (2008) Psychoanalytic Energy Psychotherapy Karnac Books

Ramachandran V S (2011) The Tell-Tale Brain: A Neuroscientist’s Quest for What Makes Us Human W. W. Norton & Company

Tiller A M (2007) Psychoenergetic Science: a Second Copernican-Scale Revolution Pavior US

NEUROSCIENCE

Articles

Killing Me Softly: EFT and trauma that manifests as physical pain

A very interesting article by Viv Fogel

This article was published in Private Practice, Spring 2014 issue, published by BACP. ©

Available  on the journal pages on the Private Practice website http://bacppp.org.uk/journal.

Killing me SoftlyFogel

Using Energy Psychology in a CAMHS setting

Article by Heather Redington about her experience of using Energy Psychology in a CAMHS setting. Using energy psychology

Feinstein paper

David Feinstein’s recent paper gives a comprehensive overview of research evidence for acupoint stimulation in treating psychological disorders. This paper is published in the APA’s Review of General Psychology.

Acupoint_Stimulation_Research_Review

Evidence for Energy Psychology methods

Evidence for the clinical effectiveness of therapeutic methods derived from energy psychology include:

 

Thousands of brief case studies
Systematic clinical observation studies
Randomised controlled studies
Brain Scan data
Studies of effects on Heart Rate Variability
Field studies of treatment of PTSD in disaster areas
Audio-visual recordings showing behavioural change
A 14 year audit in South America, incorporating numerous randomised controlled double blind trials demonstrating the superiority of these methods over cognitive behavioural and medication treatments.
Staffordshire University is pioneering the research into the effectiveness of  Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) or tapping in the UK.

 

http://www.staffs.ac.uk/news/alternative-tapping-technique-good-for-mental-health.jsp
For the current state of Energy Psychology research see the Association of Comprehensive Energy Psychologies (ACEP) website: http://www.energypsych.org/?Research_Landing
Some would say that there is a much greater research evidence base for energy psychology methods than for most other interventions within mental health services.

 

Feinstein D (2012) Acupoint stimulation in treating psychological disorders: Evidence of efficacy Review of General Psychology 16, 364-380  

http://www.innersource.net/ep/images/stories/downloads/Acupoint_Stimulation_Research_Review.pdf

 

Feinstein D (2012) What does Energy Have to do with Energy Psychology? Energy Psychology 4:2 November http://innersource.net/ep/images/stories/downloads/What_Does_Energy_Have_to_Do_with_EP.pdf

 

Mollon P (2008) A Systematic Review of the Evidence Base for Energy Psychology Methods from Psychoanalytic Energy Psychotherapy Karnac UK (extract on website) http://www.philmollon.co.uk/upload/UPDATED Evidence base Psychology.pdf

 

Sise M, Leskowitz E, Stein PK, Tranguch A (2014) Critical Thinking in the Energy Therapies: Comments on Gaudiano et al (2012) published on ACEP websitehttp://c.ymcdn.com/sites/www.energypsych.org/resource/resmgr/imported/Comment_on_Gaudiano_et_al.pdf