Learn about Eastern Medicine and Energy Psychology
What you'll learn
- Learn about PTSD and an overview of Energy Psychology.
- Learn about Eastern Medicine including the chakras and meridians.
- Learn about Applied Kinesiology and the art of muscle testing.
- Learn about the different schools of Energy Psychology.
- There are no pre-requisites prior to taking this course. It can be taken by professionals in the field of psychology, or by any individual seeking self-help.
The Principles of Eastern Medicine and The Definition of Energy Psychology course gives a general overview of Energy Psychology and the main schools of this discipline: Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), Thought Field Therapy (TFT), and Neuro Emotional Technique or NET, and describes in detail and with illustrations the particulars of energy psychology, especially the principles of Eastern Medicine and Applied Kinesiology, the foundation of this discipline.
The Principles of Eastern Medicine and The Definition of Energy Psychology gives a general overview of the fundamentals of Eastern Medicine. This includes all levels of energy in and around the body with special emphasis on the meridian and chakra systems. Several polarity balancing techniques are discussed and shown with detailed illustrations. Eastern medicine and applied kinesiology (muscle testing) form the basis of energy psychology. This course is useful for both the lay person who wishes to learn the basics of energy psychology and is essential for professionals.
The exciting field of energy psychology is only 30 years old. Although not well known, it is one of the fastest growing techniques in psychology. This is due to the amazingly quick and painless results that people experience with energy therapists. These techniques have proven more effective than traditional cognitive, talk therapy for addictions, phobias, obsessions, depression, anxiety, and especially Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
Who this course is for:
- Professionals in the field of Psychology
- General public seeking self-help material
- People interested in alternative ways of treating PTSD
Jef Gazley, M.S., LMFT, DCC, D.CEP has practiced psychotherapy for over thirty years and is the owner operator of www.asktheinternettherapist.com since 1998 and www.hypnosisCDsandMP3s.com . He has been practicing energy psychology since 1975. He is trained and certified in both traditional and Ericksonian hypnosis. He is a member in good standing in the American Society For Clinical Hypnosis, National Board For Certified Clinical Hypnotherapists, The International Society For Hypnosis, The American Psychotherapy And Medical Hypnosis Association, and The International Registry Of Professional Hypnotherapists.
He is fully trained in EMDR Level Two, TFT Level Two, EFT, and is certified in both Neuro Emotional Technique™, and Touch For Health. He is a member of the Energy Kinesiology Association, and the Association For Comprehensive Energy Psychology. He has written extensively about Energy Psychology for years and is in the process of writing a book on Energy Psychology. He is also the developer of the TriBrain Trauma Theory. Although adept at all forms of energy psychology Jef believes strongly that NET™ or Neuro Emotional Technique™ is the most powerful energy technique available. He was in the third Neuro Emotional Technique™ certification graduating class.
He is the author of eight mental health educational videos, numerous hypnosis CDs and MP3s and is currently writing a book on distance counseling. Jef is State Licensed in General Counseling, Marriage/Family, and Substance Abuse in Arizona. He is a member in good standing with NBCC, AAMFT, ISMHO, and ACA. He is dedicated to guiding individuals to achieving a life long commitment to mental health and relationship mastery. In his private practice in Scottsdale, Arizona, Jef specializes in ADD, love addiction, hypnotherapy, dysfunctional families, codependency, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and trauma. Jef received his B.A. in Psychology, History, and Teaching from the University of Washington, and his Masters in Counseling from the University of Oregon.