Continuing Education Information
Science of Energy Healing 1

You have up to 1 year from the date you purchase the course to get your CEs.

18 CE credits are offered for

Drug & alcohol counselors

LMFTs

Social workers

8 CE credits are offered for

Psychologists

Course Overview

 

Module 1: The Energetic Nature of the BodyMind


Part 1 / The "Quantum" Nature of Mind & Consciousness

 

Daniel Siegel, MD

1 CE Credit for All Boards

Objectives

  1. Define the mind from an interpersonal biology perspective.
  2. List 2 common experiences that occur when attention is focused internally back on itself.
  3. Describe consciousness from the perspective of “quantum” probabilities.

 

Part 2 / Invisible Biology - An Intro to Quantum Biophysics / 

Invisible Biology: An Introduction to Quantum Biophysics

 

Bruce Lipton, PhD

1 CE Credit  |  NO CE for Psychologists

Objectives

  1. Describe 2 ways in which Newtonian physics informs the allopathic model of medicine and healing.
  2. Describe how energy is defined in Newtonian physics and in quantum physics.
  3. Discuss how perception and the environment shapes cell functioning and biology.

 

Module 2: Scientific Mechanisms Behind Energy Healing

 

Part 1 / The Biofield, Energy Healing & Homeodynamics

 

Beverly Rubik, PhD

1 CE credit for All Boards

Objectives

  1. Describe at least 3 aspects of the biofield hypothesis.
  2. List at least 2 ways to measure the biofield.
  3. Discuss at least 2 potential dangers to the biofield from cell phones and wifi exposure.

 

Part 2 / Scientific Foundations of Energy Healing / Part 1 - Scientific Foundations of Energy Healing


Gary Schwartz, PhD

1.5 CE credits  |  NO CE for Psychologists

Objectives

  1. List 6 possible levels of explanation for energetic healing effects
  2. Describe how biophotons can be used to measure energetic healing effects
  3. List at least 1 study showing how energetic healing can be measured in an animal model

Part 3 / Energy Psychology, Energy Medicine, Physics & Biophysics


James Oschman, PhD

1.5 CE credits  |  NO CE for Psychologists

Objectives

  1. List at least 3 ways the body responds to energy.
  2. Describe at least 3 aspects of the biophysics of touch.
  3. Describe at least 2 potential parts of the body that correspond to the acupuncture system.
  4. Describe at least 2 of Josie’s findings on acupuncture points using ultrasonic imaging.

 

Module 3: Mechanisms Behind the Efficacy of Energy Psychology Approaches

 

Part 1 / Physiological Mechanisms of Action - Energy Psychology

 

Dawson Church, PhD

1.5 CE credits for All Boards

Objectives

  1. Delineate at least 2 ways that stress and traumatic events impact the brain and the body.
  2. Describe at least 2 ways that energy psychology has been shown to impact the body in ways that mitigate the effects of stress.
  3. Describe the 3 stages of memory reconsolidation and how energy psychology appears to take advantage of it.

Part 2 / How Energy Psychology Changes Deep Emotional Patterns

 

David Feinstein, PhD

1.5 CE credits for All Boards

Objectives

  1. List at least 3 studies that support that energy psychology does change deep emotional learnings.
  2. Describe the how the limbic system processes the threat response.
  3. Describe how energy psychology interventions appear to change the limbic processing of threat.

Part 3/ The Latest Research: Science of Energy Psychology

 

Peta Stapleton, PhD

1 CE credit  |  NO CE for Psychologists

Objectives

  1. List at least 2 meta-analyses that show energy psychology approaches are effective at treating different psychological problems.
  2. List at least 2 objective findings about the positive effects of energy psychology that have come out in the last two years.

 

Module 4: The Science on the Fundamental Nature of Consciousness and the Biofield

 

Part 1 / Biofield Science & Healing

 

Shamini Jain, PhD

1 CE credit for All Boards

Objectives:

1) Delineate the current scientific research on biofield sciences of “Hands off” healing.

2) Describe the current scientific research on biofield approaches for pain and cancer.

3) Explain the historical paradigms associated with biofield sciences

 

Part 2 / Was Buddha Just a Nice Guy? / Part 1 - Was Buddha Just a Nice Guy?


Dean Radin, PhD

1 CE credit  |  NO CE for Psychologists

Objectives

  1. List the 3 major types of Siddhi’s described by Patanjali
  2. Describe at least 2 research findings that support the possibility that telepathy exists.
  3. Define qualia and quanta.

 

Module 5: Paradigm Shifts in Science and its Applications to Subtle Energy Approaches

 

Part 1 / Are We in the Midst of a Scientific Revolution?

 

Cassandra Vieten, PhD

1 CE credit for All Boards

Objectives

  1. List at least 2 studies that undermine the materialistic view of the world.
  2. Describe the Kuhn Cycle of paradigm change.

Part 2 / Scientific Thinking & Energy Healing Research / Scientific Thinking & Energy Healing Research


William Bengston, PhD

2 CE credits  |  NO CE for Psychologists

Objectives

  1. Describe at least 3 questions that are relevant for both researchers and clinicians.
  2. List at least 2 studies that demonstrate mammary cancer in mice can be healed with energy healing.
  3. Describe at least 1 study that indicates recovery from cancer in mice can be passed to other mice.

Part 3 / Morphic Resonance and Self Healing / Morphic Resonance and the Self Healing Nature of Organisms


Rupert Sheldrake, PhD

2 CE credits  |  NO CE for Psychologists

Objectives

  1. Describe the theory of morphic resonance.
  2. Discuss the evolutionary psychology of healing.

 

Module 6: Power Pods & Bonus

 

Bonus / The Science of Meditation

 

Sheila Patel, MD

1 CE Credit for All Boards

Objectives

  1. Define the mind from an interpersonal biology perspective.
  2. List 2 common experiences that occur when attention is focused internally back on itself.
  3. Describe consciousness from the perspective of “quantum” probabilities.

 

Bonus / How Enlightenment Changes Your Brain


Andrew Newberg, MD

1 CE Credit  |  NO CE for Psychologists

Objectives

  1. To identify key brain areas associated with intense spiritual or enlightenment experiences.
  2. To identify 5 components of developing a personal path towards transformational experiences.

 

 


ACEP is a nationally approved provider for

Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB, 1048), National Association of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors (NAADAC, 100504), American Psychological Association

PLEASE NOTE: The Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology (ACEP) is accredited by many professional organizations to offer Continuing Education credit. Many states enact licensing requirements for continuing education that override the rules of even a national accreditation organization. So, please check with your state Licensing Board or accrediting organization for the latest regulations, especially in regards to online CE. Some states have restrictions on the number of hours you may take online. As state boards meet frequently and revise and/or clarify license requirements regularly we always recommend you check with your state board for the most recent information.

Psychologists:  ACEP is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. ACEP maintains responsibility for this program and its content. 8 CE credits are offered to psychologists upon completion of this course.

Social Workers:  The Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology (ACEP), provider #1048, is approved to offer social work continuing education by the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) Approved Continuing Education (ACE) program. Organizations, not individual courses, are approved as ACE providers. State and provincial regulatory boards have the final authority to determine whether an individual course may be accepted for continuing education credit. ACEP maintains responsibility for this course. ACE provider approval period: 2/28/22 to 2/28/25. Social workers completing this course receive 18 Clinical social work continuing education credits.

       Licensed Addiction Counselors: ACEP is a nationally approved provider for the National
Association of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors (NAADAC, 100504)

       Nurses: ACEP is an approved CE provider by the California Board of Registered Nursing
(provider #14626). FL Board of Nursing (CE Provider #50-10765)  Most states honor these.
Check with your state.

California: ACEP is an approved CE provider by the APA, which is recognized by the California Board of Psychology, and by ASWB , which are recognized by California Board of Behavioral Sciences to offer CEs for CA-based MFTs, LPCCs, LEPs and/or LCSWs. .

Florida: ACEP is an approved CE provider FL Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage & Family Therapy & Mental Health Counseling, Certified Master Social Workers and FL Board of Nursing (CE Provider #50-10765). ACEP is an approved provider for SCIENCE OF ENERGY HEALING (FL CE Broker Tracking #20-50353).

New Jersey Social Workers: The Science of Energy Healing, course #2214, is approved by the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) Approved Continuing Education (ACE) program to be offered by ACEP as an individual course. Individual courses, not providers, are approved at the course level. State and provincial regulatory boards have the final authority to determine whether an individual course may be accepted for continuing education credit. ACE course approval period: 01/16/21 to 01/16/2023. Social workers completing this course receive 18 Clinical continuing education credits.

New York Social Workers & LMFTs: The Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology (ACEP) is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers, #SW-0164 and the State Board for Mental Health Practitioners as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed mental health counselors, #MHC-0138 and marriage and family therapists, #MFT-0069. All 18 hours count toward home study credit.

Questions?

Contact Leslie Primavera at admin@energypsych.org

Disclosure of Relevant Financial Relationships

TheACEP. is responsible for the content, quality and scientific integrity of all CE activities certified for credit. When an educational activity is offered for Psychology (APA) continuing education credit, participants must be informed  as to the source, amount, nature, and disposition of any funding used to support the activity, whether in the form of educational grants, cash contributions, or in-kind contributions. Individuals in a position to influence course content must also disclose whether they have one or more relevant financial relationships with individuals and companies who have a financial interest in activity content. All those in a position to control the content of an education activity are asked to disclose any relevant financial relationships they have with any commercial interest. The following presenters and planners have no relevant financial relationships:

David Feinstein, PhD

Shamini Jain, PhD

James Oschman, PhD

Cassandra Vieten, PhD

Daniel Siegel, MD

Dean Radin, PhD

William Bengston, PhD

Rupert Sheldrake, PhD

Beverly Rubik, PhD

Sheila Patel, MD,

        Andrew Newberg, MD

 

The following speakers/planners have disclosed relevant financial relationships that create a possible conflict of interest. The speakers/planners have agreed to give their presentations in an unbiased manner, and have further agreed to resolve the potential conflicts as described below:

Dawson Church, has disclosed a relevant financial relationship with Energy Psychology Group, Inc as a major stockholder. Dawson agrees that his presentations and other contributions to program content will be completely fair and unbiased, and will mention other healing processes and products during our presentation when appropriate.