Energy Psychology refers to a family of therapeutic approaches that focus on the mind-body connection. These treatment methods purposely utilize one of the human energy systems – such as the meridian system, the chakra system or the aura system – during therapy. Therapists practicing Energy Psychology will likely integrate a variety of psychological treatment methods with the stimulation of one or more human energy system. Research has shown Energy Psychology to be particularly effective for clients suffering from depression, anxiety, trauma and stress.
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Healing Touch is a complimentary energy modality that I am honored to offer you on your healing journey! Healing Touch is grounded in both science and spirituality with the belief that our mind-body-spirit has the ability to balance and heal itself with guidance and love.
I work with crystals and their energies to help create and amplify personal healing and intentions.
I use an integrative Mind-Body approach that is based in meridian tapping techniques (FasterEFT & EFT), NLP, hypnosis, mindfulness and Neuroscience. This approach allows us to work with the subconscious mind which is where your internal operating system lives. We will explore anything from the past or present you would like to feel better about so you can create a better, more fulfilling future.
I use energy psychology to help my clients to transform thought patterns and energy that are no longer serving them.
I work to help you recalibrate your physical experience through processing your emotional and energetic pathways. Together we can pave new energetic pathways to affect present and future change.
I provide reiki and intuitive energy healing using the a 12 chakra approach to balance and align in order for your spirit to heal itself. We reprogram your chakras to allow your aura to process subtle energy in a healthy way.
Joe is certified as a breathwork facilitator and uses the chakra system to work with energy related to psychological stress. His PhD dissertation is published and titled \'The non-dualism of Shamanic Psychotherapy\' ...