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- Although energy psychology has existed in one form or another since the 1960s*, it is still not widely accepted amongst established psychologists and psychotherapists. There is some, modest but rapidly growing, research evidence to support these methods. The evidence is diverse, based on a variety of observational methods. A good summary of the research, published in a peer reviewed journal, is clinical psychologist David Feinstein's paper which can be accessed here: www.energypsychologyresearch.com
- The reference is: Feinstein, D. (2008). Energy Psychology: A Review of the Preliminary Evidence. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training. 45(2), 199-213. © 2008. American Psychological Association
- If you have a serious physical illness, please consult your (conventional) doctor. Please do not rely on energy psychology, meditation, strange diets, positive thinking, 'the law of attraction', Hawaian prayers, or other unconventional approaches as your main treatment**.
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