I am delighted to announce that the upcoming 14th International Energy Psychology Conference from May 31-June 3 (main conference with pre- and post-conference workshops on each side of it) at the fabulous Loews Coronado Resort in San Diego, California, is now open for registration!
Why does this delight me? Because it is produced by the Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology, which I co-founded and served as its first President. It’s so gratifying to watch this wonderful international nonprofit continue to grow and expand since we began it in 1999! Oh, and also because I have been asked to give a special presentation at this year’s conference: The Hijacking of Happiness & What Energy Psychology Practitioners Can Do About It.
In attending this world class conference you look forward to keynotes by Gary Craig, Amit Goswami, Marilyn Schlitz, Gary Schwartz, Dan Siegel, plus 60 other great presentations by other leaders in the Energy Psychology field in addition to me, such as Carol Look, Anodea Judith, Fred Gallo, David Feinstein, Joanne Callahan, Roger Jahnke and so many more.
What is Energy Psychology? It is a family of powerful cutting-edge evidence-based integrative healing methods that blend contemporary and ancient healing traditions to not only provide relief from old baggage and current mind-body distress, and also upgrade your peak functioning. The most widely known member of the Energy Psychology family is Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT). If you are looking to expand your skills and reviatlize your practice as a helping professional, or to supercharge own self-care and passion about helping others, I believe you would be wise for energy psychology methods to be part of your tool kit!
Over and over, people attending their first had ACEP conference say that it was one of the best conferences they had ever attended. If you are a helping professional of any kind, I believe that when you download the conference brochure you will see this is an event you must attend!
If you are new to the field of Energy Psychology, there are special preconference seminars just for you, and there is also an integrated fundamentals track specifically designed for novices to this exciting field.
Because you are hearing about this conference from me, you will get access to the lowest tuition rates. However, in order to get the best available pricing, you must register by Feb 10, 2012. You’ll also save up to $130 more on your tuition if you become a member of ACEP when you register for the conference. Additionally, group discounts are up to 20% are available. And, most helping professionals can get up to 44 hours of continuing education credit for attending!
This is a fantastic opportunity for training in what I remain convinced is one of the most exciting change technologies available today. I hope to see you at the conference.