I can’t wait until May when I attend and present my work at the 16th Annual ACEP Conference. ACEP, the Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology is an international group of professionals in the area of Energy Psychology that also welcomes anyone else interested in learning more about the great array of healing methods that utilize the energy field and energy meridians of the body.
I am jumping for joy because I will be offering a 1 day training in the Phoenix Effect Process as part of the annual conference sponsored by ACEP, the Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology on May 29, 2014 in Phoenix AZ.
As I glanced at my blog page I noticed that my last blog was in April! Where did May go? I guess that I have been busy getting ready for ACEP’s 14th Annual Energy Psychology Conference from June 1-3 in San Diego at Loew’s Coronado Bay Resort.
Feb 14th is approaching and thoughts of love are in the air. My latest Ebook, Grownup Love:Getting It and Keeping It, makes a great Valentine’s Day gift for yourself or a loved one.
I am thrilled to share that my latest Ebook, Grownup Love: Getting It and Keeping It, is now officially available on Kindle!
Here is an excerpt from my forthcoming eBook, Grownup Love: How to Create it and Keep it.
As a Marriage and Family therapist I do my best to stay informed about the latest findings in my field.
Now that we are well into the summer I want to bring you up to date on what you can look forward to as we move into the Fall.
For the last few weeks I have had relationships on my mind for a number of reasons. First, I have finally decided to finish the eBook I have had on the back burner.
After attending the ACEP Energy Psychology conference last week I still feel uplifted and renewed. People in this field are all passionate about what Energy Psychology methods can do and are eager to share.
The amazing ACEP conference, June 1-5, is almost here and I am getting ready to go to Reston VA to join my old friends and meet some new ones.
One night I was watching a very old black and white film from the 1940’s and noticed that graying, older actors were portraying characters who were supposed to be in their fifties.