doi:10.9769/EPJ.2012.4.2.JPH Jean-Michel Gurret, Claudie Caufour, Julie Palmer-Hoffman, & Dawson Church, PhD Abstract: Seventy-seven male Haitian seminarians following the 2010 earthquake were assessed for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) using the PTSD Checklist (PCL). Forty-eight (62%) exhibited scores in the clinical range (>49). The mean score of the entire sample was 54. Participants received 2 days of […]
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doi: 10.9769/EPJ.2012.4.1.PR By Phyll Robson & Howard Robson Abstract The 2010 earthquake in Haiti was followed by international emergency interventions. The scale of the disaster resulted in considerable psychological trauma amongst the population, which was likely to persist after the initial emergency response. The authors visited Haiti 6 months after the earthquake with a medical […]
Energy Psychology (EP) journal has been publishing research in the field for many years. Here, editor Dawson Church looks at some of the most noteworthy studies published in the journal and the range of conditions helped by EP treatment. Among the topics covered are: Why EP is the treatment of choice for therapists working with […]
Table of Contents: EDITORIAL The Dark Side of Neural Plasticity Dawson Church ORIGINAL RESEARCH Post-Earthquake Rehabilitation of Clinical PTSD in Hatian Seminarians Jean-Michel Gurret, Claudie Caufour, Julie Palmer-Hoffman, & Dawson Church The Effectiveness of Emotional Freedom Techniques for Optimal Test Performance Sachin Jain, & April Rubino REVIEW ARTICLES What Does Energy Have to Do with […]
Table of Contents: EDITORIAL Online Delivery of Efficacious Therapies for Depression, Anxiety, PTSD, and Pain Dawson Church ORIGINAL RESEARCH Clinical Benefits of Emotional Freedom Techniques on Food Cravings at 12-Months Follow-Up: A Randomized Controlled Trial Peta Stapleton, Terri Sheldon, & Brett Porter Thought Field Therapy for Blood-Injection-Injury Phobia: A Pilot Study Dale Darby & John […]