A new dimension of psychotherapeutic healing
Its application in Psychoanalytic Energy Psychotherapy
Dr Phil Mollon
Saturday 11 May 2013
10.30 to 12.30 – coffee from 10.00am
St Botolph’s Church Hall, Bishopsgate, London EC2
£10 at the door, for ICC members and non-members
The history, science, research findings, and applications of energy based psychotherapies
Dr. Mollon will explore the history of energy psychology, placing it in context and making links and bridges with more familiar conventional forms of psychological therapies. In this seminar he will examine the science of subtle energy – how the stress of the mind and body is expressed as specific codings in our energy centres and placing the discussion in the context of neurobiology.
Dr. Mollon will also be looking at the results of the rapidly evolving research evidence for the efficacy of EFT. He will ask: if the simplest form of energy psychology is producing these amazing results in good research trials, how much more can be achieved potentially with deeper and more sophisticated energy psychology.
Dr Phil Mollon
Phil Mollon PhD is a psychoanalyst and psychotherapist, with a background profession of clinical psychology. He has worked in the NHS for 35 years. The author of 10 books, Dr. Mollon has written and lectured widely on trauma, shame, narcissism, and Kohut’s self psychology. Always searching for better ways of helping traumatised people, his enquiries led him to EMDR, and then to ‘Energy Psychology’. For the last twelve years he has been immersed in exploring the interface of energy psychology and psychoanalysis, to create the approach he calls Psychoanalytic Energy Psychotherapy.
For further information please contact:
Luisa Powell 020 3417 5280 firstname.lastname@example.org
Accredited for CPD – certificates will be available.
The Church of St Botolph Without Bishopsgate is between Liverpool Street Station and London Wall. From Liverpool Street Station take the Bishopsgate exit and turn right and St Botolph’s is on the right, about 3 minutes walk. The Church Hall is in the garden behind the Church.