Most would agree: There is an interactive relationship between the mind, body, spirit and emotions. Each influences the other and each has an effect (positive and negative) on our overall health and well-being. From the point of view of Energy Medicine/Energy Psychology, painful physical, emotional and spiritual symptoms are the result of a disruption in the body’s energy system. When the disruption is corrected, these negative symptoms are replaced by healthy functioning.
By using the natural resources of the body’s energy systems, the positive effects of EM/EP often happen within a few minutes of treatment. Yet the inner transformation is often profound and enduring. Energy Medicine/Energy Psychology techniques can be used to treat a large array of distressing symptoms:
Energy Medicine/Energy Psychology is used as a particular treatment within therapy. Selecting the appropriate therapeutic intervention is critical and is based on the client's moment-to-moment needs. Energy Medicine/Energy Psychology techniques are only one of the possible ways to help a client work through an issue. They are simply tools that are used within the context of good therapy. Like all other psychological interventions, EM/EP techniques do not work with every single client. However, personal experience shows that most people can benefit from EM/EP. Energy Medicine/Energy Psychology is powerful and can cause deep emotional release and long-term healing.
Esther L. Klein, LCSW
For more information about this therapy option, please call the office at (727) 726-5049
Negative emotions disrupt the body's energy systems. Our unresolved negative emotions are
a major contributor to most physical pains and diseases.
Physical sensations of distress (tense muscles, racing heart, lumps in the throat or
sensations in the pit of the stomach)
Disturbed thought processes (distorted perceptions and catastrophic expectations)
Negative emotions (fear, panic, anger, helplessness, confusion, etc.)
Unhelpful behavioral tendencies ("flight or fight" or "freeze" responses)
worries, fears, anxieties and phobias
painful memories, grief and traumatic experiences
anger, rage, resentment, irritability
stress, burnout, and exhaustion
moodiness, sadness, depression
insecurity, low self-worth
Integrating Traditional and Contemporary Psychotherapies for Whole-Person Healing