Are you a helping professional wanting to revitalize your passion about your work or add a cutting-edge method to your tool belt? Then come join me at a marvelous workshop I’ll be giving in Pasadena, California, on February 25-26, 2012!

The method? Energy Psychology. EP is a family of psychotherapeutic approaches that integrate established clinical practices with somatic methods derived from the various healing traditions of Eastern cultures. One of the best-known members of this family is EFT, Emotional Freedom Techniques. In fact, a recent randomized controlled study (soon to be published in the Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease) has shown EFT to lower cortisol-related stress levels and self-reported psychological symptoms after only a single session!

This workshop is produced by the international non-profit Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology (ACEP). As you might know, I was its co-founder and founding president. Today, I continue to provide training programs for ACEP as my schedule allows. Which these days isn’t very often!

In fact there are three upcoming 12 CEU Comprehensive Energy Psychology, Level 1 Workshops being held in three wonderful Southern California locations taking place over the next four weeks, and includes 12 Continuing Education credits for a number of helping professions (click on links for specifics): 

This highly rated and well-loved workshop has been raved about by attendees from various professional backgrounds: psychologists, psychotherapists, addictions counselors, social workers, chiropractors and acupuncturists.

ACEP is offering a 15% group discount for 3 or more people enrolling together. You can get more information about this group discount by calling 619-861-2237.

If you’d like a bit more information about Energy Psychology, please visit this page on my website: I’ve also attached to the bottom of this post an article about Energy Psychology that was published in the Jan/Feb, 2012 issue of The National Psychologist.

Learn more about Comprehensive Energy Psychology workshops at and/or contact Emily Snider at 213-713-1847 with any questions.

I do hope to see you on February 25-26 in Pasadena. But, if attending one of the other two workshops better fits your schedule or desired location, you’ll be delighted with those trainers as well!

PS: If you don’t live in Southern California, this might be just the excuse you’ve been looking for take a break from winter!!

The Techniques of EP have provided me with invaluable tools for working with trauma
No therapist can afford to remain ignorant of this new and exciting field.”
– Nathaniel Branden, PhD, Author of The Six Pillars of Self-Esteem