Even so, energy psychology has shown promise in trauma treatment and as a supplement to conventional talk therapy. “One of the strengths of energy psychology is its speed and precision,” says David Feinstein, author of five books on energy healing. “So right there in the moment, the entire landscape of the brain is changing around the issue that the person is thinking about.”
Research in energy psychology is still uncovering why and how this works. But in the meantime, David believes therapists can benefit from its simple somatic techniques by adding them to existing treatment models. In this brief video clip, he discusses how energy psychology can be applied to attachment-based couples therapy.
When couples are stuck in repetitive themes and conflicts, David says, energy psychology can get them unstuck and moves things forward. In his session of the Networker Webcast When Attachment is the Problem, David offers a range of scenarios in which energy psychology is helpful, as well as demonstrations of easy-to-use techniques.
Topic: Attachment Theory