ISSN 1538-1080

Tag: Volume 23, Number 2

Editorial Musings

Dr. Kendra Gaines, Editor-in-Chief, IJHC A short time ago I had never heard of something called ChatGPT. Since then, however, it seems to have taken the academic world by storm. Conversations about it are occurring frequently, and I see articles on the topic almost everywhere. Reactions range from despair (“Plagiarism will become the norm!”) to

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Change in Depression, Anxiety, Negative and Positive Affect, Life Balance, Self-Forgiveness, Psychological Flexibility, the Working Alliance, Outcome Measures and the Benefits of Psychotherapy: Case Studies of 2 Clients

Philip H. Friedman, Ph. D1 Abstract This article demonstrates the digital assessment of two clients over the course of ten therapy sessions. Of particular interest was the change that took place in these two clients during three ART (Accelerated Resolution Therapy) sessions numbered four, five and six. During this period of time there were very

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ACEP Research Symposium Conference Proceedings

Welcome from the Symposium Coordinator John Freedom This year we are celebrating ACEP’s 25th anniversary.  Although this is a milestone in our history, it’s important to put this into perspective.  The field of Energy Psychology is still in its infancy, and we can only begin to imagine what it will look like 25, 50 and

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Energy Healing Leadership Conference Proceedings

Welcome from Conference Founder Ann Hessian Join us in honoring Energy Healing trailblazers, teachers, and innovators who have inspired and taught us over many years. These leaders in the field have worked for decades to spread the message and wisdom of energy healing to the world. They’ve renewed ancient practices, created empowering programs to train

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Dr. Melinda H. Connor,   DD, Ph.D., AMP, FAM, EHP-C When one looks at the scope of energy practices across this country it is interesting to see that there is little direct focus on the societal laws which govern us day to day from within the community. Instead, there is a marked expectation that the community

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