Rooted in ancient Eastern healing traditions, as well as groundbreaking discoveries in biology and physics, EM is gaining acceptance amongst Western practitioners. The National Institutes of Healths (NIH) National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) includes energy therapies within its list of approaches. James Oschman states that, all medicine is energy medicine and the energetic perspective holds the key to the future of the entire medical enterprise (e.g., 1). Norman Shealy, M.D., founding president of the American Holistic Medical Association, stresses the importance of providers being knowledgeable about EM and its emerging subfield energy psychology, a topic gaining traction among mental health professionals (2) and recently recognized by the American Psychological Association (APA) as an acceptable topic for CEs. Empirical data already support the efficacy of some energy-based approaches in the mental health arena, such as the utility of photic (i.e., light) therapies for Seasonal Affective Disorders (e.g., 3) and magnetic therapies for various problems including depression (e.g., Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation; 4). Emerging data further support energy psychology approaches in treating depression and anxiety (e.g., 5-6). http://sandiegosunfire.com/medicalinterview/2016/09/04/useful-ideas-to-consider-on-swift-programs-for-osce-for-surgeon/However, a clear understanding and explanation of their underlying mechanisms remains elusive. Not surprisingly, healthcare providers remain divided, with some opposed to or skeptical of their value, and others purporting them as the next wave in medicine. HealthForumOnlines newly updated online CE course provides mental health professionals with an understanding of these healing modalities and addresses the very question of whether EM and energy psychology represent a diversified progression in the treatment of psychological disorders, or a dangerous retrogression back to superstition and folk healing. Toward that end, current theory and evidence for energy medicine and energy psychology as a treatment approach for psychological disorders are reviewed.
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