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Selected References in Energy Psychology


This is a listing of major references in the field of energy psychology (as contrasted with energy medicine, which has a separate listing.) Please note that there are some overlapping of references and sources in these two fields.

 

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Adler, T., November, (1993). Studies look at ways to keep fear at bay: Science Directorate Report. APA Monitor, 24(11), 17.

 

Allen JJB, Schnyer RN, Hitt SK (1998), The efficacy of acupuncture in the treatment of major depression in women. Psychological Science 9(5):397-401.

 

Amen, D. (2003). Images into human behavior: A brain SPECT atlas. Newport Beach, CA: MindWorks.

 

Andrade J, Feinstein D. (2003). Preliminary report of the first large scale study of energy psychology. www.emofree.com/research/andradepaper.htm.

 

Anodea, J. (1999). Wheels of life. A user’s guide to the chakra system (2nd ed.). St. Paul, MN: Llewellyn.

 

Arenson, G. (2001). Five simple steps to emotional healing. New York: Simon and Schuster.

 

Armstrong, M.S. & Vaughn, K. (1996). An orienting response model of eye movement desensititization. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry.

 

Bach, E.H. (1997). The Bach flower remedies. New York: McGraw Hill.

 

Baker, A. H. & Carrington, P. (2005). A comment on Waite and Holder’s research supposedly invalidating EFT. Paper available at www.energypsych.org.

 

Baker, A. H. & Siegel, L. (2004). Can a 45 minute session of EFT lead to reduction of intense fear of rats, spiders and water bugs? A Replication of the Wells et al. laboratory study. Unpublished paper, Queens College, City University of New York. Presented at the annual meeting of the Assn for Comp Energy Psychology, April 2005.

 

Ballentine, R. (1999). Radical Healing: Integrating the world’s great therapeutic traditions to create a new transformative medicine. New York: Harmony.

 

Balogh, S., Fitzpatrick, D.F.., Hendricks, S.E., & Paige, S.R. (1993). Increases in heart rate variability with successful treatment in patients with major depressive disorder. Psychopharmacology Bulletin, 29, 201-206.

 

Bandler, R. (1986). Using your brain for a change: Neurolingistic programming. Moab, Utah: Real People Press.

 

Bandler, R. & Grinder, J. (1979). Frogs into princes: Neurolingistic programming. Moab, Utah: Real People Press.

 

Beardall, A. G. (1982). Clinical kinesiology instruction manual. Lake Oswego, OR: Author.

 

Beardall, A. G. (1995). Clinical kinesiology laboratory manual. Portland: Human BioDynamics.

 

Becker, R.O. (1990). Cross currents: The promise of electromedicine, the perils of electropollution. New York: Tarcher/Penguin Putnam.

 

Becker, R. O. (1991). Evidence for a primitive DC electrical analog system controlling brain function. Subtle Energies. 2(10):71-88.

 

Becker, R., and Selden, G. (1985). The body electric: Electromagnetism and the foundation of life. New York: William Morrow & Co.

 

Beinfield, H., & Korngold, E. (1991). Between heaven and earth: A guide to Chinese medicine. New York: Ballantine.

 

Benor, D. (2001). Spiritual healing: Scientific validation of a healing revolution. Bellmawr, NJ: Wholistic Healing Publications.

 

Benor, D.J. (2004). Consciousness, Bioenergy and Healing: Self-Healing and Energy Medicine for the 21st Century. Bellmawr, NJ: Wholistic Healing Publications.

 

Benor, D. J. (2007). Healing Research: Volume I. Spiritual Healing: Scientific Validation of a Healing Revolution. Bellmawr, NJ: Wholistic Healing Publications.

 

Benor, D. J. (2004). Healing Research: Consciousness, Bioenergy and Healing. Vol. 2. Bellmawr, NJ: Wholistic Healing Publications.

 

Benor, D. J. (2005). Healing Research, Volume II: How Can I Heal What Hurts? Wholistic Healing and Bioenergies. Bellmawr, NJ: Wholistic Healing Publications.

 

Benor, D. J. (2006). Healing Research: Personal Spirituality: Science, Spirit and the Eternal Soul. Bellmawr, NJ: Wholistic Healing Publications.

 

Blaich, R. M. (1988). Applied kinesiology and human performance. Collected Papers, International College of Applied Kinesiology.

 

Bohm, D. (Spring 1994). Soma-Significance. Psychoscience, Vol. 1 (1).

 

Bohm, D. (1980). Wholeness and the implicate order. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul.

 

Bohm, D. (1990). A new theory of the relationship of mind and matter. Philosophical Psychology, 3(2): 271-286.

 

Bohm, D. (1994). Soma-significance. Psychoscience, 1(1).

 

Bohm, D. and Hiley, B. (1993). The undivided universe: An ontological interpretation of quantum theory. Routledge, NY.

 

Bolten, T. (1999). EFT and healing. East Sussex, England: United Kingdom Association for Meridian Therapies.

 

Borger, N., van der Meere, J., et al. (1999). Heart rate variability and sustained attention in ADHD children. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 27, 25-33.

 

Borysenko, J. (1993). Fire in the soul. New York: Warner Books.

 

Braud, W.G. (1992). Human interconnectedness: Research indications. ReVision: A Journal of Consciousness and Transformation, 14, 140 – 149.

 

Brockman, H. (2005). Dynamic Energetic Healing. Columbia Press.

 

Burger, B. (1998). Esoteric anatomy: The body as consciousness. Berkeley, CA: North Atlantic Books.

 

Callahan, R.J. (1981). Psychological reversal. Collected papers of the International College of Applied Kinesiology.

 

Callahan, R.J. (1981). A rapid treatment for phobias. Collected Papers of the International College of Applied Kinesiology.

 

Callahan, R.J. (1985). The five minute phobia cure. Wilmington, DE: Enterprise.

 

Callahan, R.J. (1986). Successful treatment of phobias and anxiety by telephone and radio. Collected Papers of International College of Applied Kinesiology.

 

Callahan, R. J (1986). How executives overcome their fear of public speaking and other phobias. Wilmington, DE: Enterprise Publishing.

 

Callahan, R. and Perry, P. (1991). Why do I eat when I’m not hungry? New York: Avon.

 

Callahan, R. J (1995). The anxiety addiction connection: eliminate your addictive urges with TFT. Indian Wells, CA: Author.

 

Callahan, R.J. (1995). Callahan Techniques Thought Field Therapy (CTTFT) algorithm for trauma: A reproducible experiment in psychotherapy. Paper presented at annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, August, New York.

 

Callahan, R.J. (1996). The case of Mary. Electronic Journal of Traumatology, 3:1; Article 5.

 

Callahan, R. J., & Callahan, J. (1996). Thought field therapy and trauma: treatment and theory. Indian Wells, CA: Author.

 

Callahan, R.J..and Callahan J. (1997). Thought field therapy. In C. R. Figley, B. Bride & N. Mazza (Eds.), Death and trauma. Washington, D. C.:Taylor & Francis.

 

Callahan, R.J. (1998). Causal diagnosis home study course. La Quinta, CA: Callahan Techniques.

 

Callahan, R.J. (2001) The impact of Thought Field Therapy on heart rate variability. J. Clinical Psychology, 57(10): 1153-70.

 

Callahan, R.J. (2001) Raising and lowering of heart rate variability: Some clinical findings of Thought Field Therapy. J. Clinical Psychology, 57(10): 1175-86.

 

Callahan, R. J (2001). Tapping the healer within: Using thought field therapy to instantly conquer your fears, anxieties and emotional distress. Chicago, IL: Contemporary Books.

 

Callahan, R.J. (2001) Thought Field Therapy: Response to our critics and a scrutiny of some old ideas of social science. J. Clinical Psychology 57(10): 1251-60.

 

Callahan, R.J., & Callahan, J. (2000). Stop the nightmare of trauma: Thought Field Therapy (TFT)—the power therapy for the 21st century. Chapel Hill, NC: Professional Press.

 

Capra, F. (1987). The Tao of physics. New York: Bantam Books.

 

Carbonell, J. (1997). An experimental study of TFT and acrophobia. The Thought Field. 2(3); 1-6.

 

Carbonell, J.L., & Figley, C. (1999). A systematic clinical demonstration of promising PTSD treatment approaches. Electronic Journal of Traumatology, 5 (1).

 

Carney, R., Freedland, K., & Stein, P. (2000). Letter to the Editor: Anxiety, Depression and Heart Rate Variability. Psychosomatic Medicine, 62, 84-87.

 

Carney, R.M., Saunders, R.D., Freedland, K.E., Stein, P., Rich, M.W., & Jaffe, A.S. (1995). Association of depression with reduced heart rate variability in coronary artery disease. American Journal of Cardiology, 76, 562-565.

 

Carrington, P. and Craig, G. (2000). A meridian-based intervention for the treatment of trauma. Journal of the International Society for the Study of Subtle Energies and Energy Medicine. August. 148-151.

 

Chambliss, D.L., Sanderson, et al. (1996). An update on empirically validated therapies. The Clinical Psychologist, 49: 5-18.

 

Chopra, D (1989) Quantum Healing. New York: Bantam Books.

 

Christensen, A. & Jacobson, N. (1994). Who--or what--can do psychotherapy? Psychological Science, 5, 156-167.

 

Cohen, H., Kotler, M., Matar, M., Kaplan, Z., Loewenthal, U., Miodownik, H., & Cassuto, Y. (1998). Analysis of heart rate variability in posttraumatic stress disorder patients in response to a trauma-related reminder. Biological Psychiatry, 44(10), 1054-1059.

 

Cohen, H., Matar, M.A., Kaplan, Z., & Kotler, M. (1999). Power spectral analysis of heart rate variability in psychiatry. Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics, 68(2), 59-66.

 

Clinton, A.N. (2001). Seemorg Matrix Work basic manual (3rd ed). Princeton, NJ: Author.

 

Cohen, K. (1997). The way of qi gong: The art and science of Chinese energy healing. New York: Ballantine Books.

 

Collinge, W. (1998). Subtle energy: Awakening to the unseen forces in our lives. New York: Warner Books.

 

Craig, G. (1999). Emotional freedom techniques: The manual (3rd ed.). El Paso: Mediacopy.

 

Cram., J. (2000). A Psychological and Metaphysical Study of Dr. Edward Bach's Flower Essence Stress Formula. Subtle Energies, 11(1).

 

Cram, J. (2001). Effects of Two Flower Essences on High Intensity Environmental Stimulation and EMF. Subtle Energies, 12(3).

 

Currey, K. (2002). EFT for parents. [E-book]. Sedona, AZ: Joyful Mission.

 

Cutler, E.W. (1997). Winning the war against asthma and allergies. New York: Delmar.

 

Darby, D. (2001). The efficiency of thought field therapy as a treatment modality for individuals diagnosed with blood-injection-injury phobia. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Minneapolis, MN: Walden University.

 

Dearing, B.G., Singh, S. (1996). Photosensitive assessment: A study of color preference, depression and temperament. Subtle Energies, 7(3).

 

Del Fuego, Oceana. (2002). Theories, ideas and protocols for energetic psychotherapy. Self-Published. (Contact: oceana@worldnet.att.net)

 

Dennison, P. (1981). Switching on. Glendale, CA: Edu-Kinesthetics.

 

Dennison, P., & Dennison, G. (1987). Edu-K for kids. Glendale, CA: Edu-Kinesthetics.

 

Dennison, P., & Dennison, G. (1989). Brain gym handbook. Ventura, CA: Educational Kinesiology.

 

Denny, N. (1995) An orienting reflex/external inhibition model of EMDR and thought field treatment. Traumatology, 6, 2, 4.

 

Diamond, J. (1978). Behavioral kinesiology and the autonomic nervous system. New York: The Institute of Behavioral Kinesiology.

 

Diamond, J. (1979). Your body doesn’t lie. New York: Warner.

 

Diamond, J. (1985). Life energy: Using the meridians to unlock the hidden power of your emotions. St. Paul, Minn.: Paragon House.

 

Diamond, J. (1997). Life energy and the emotions. Middlesex: Eden Grove Editions.

 

Dibble, W.E., Tiller, W.A. (1997). Development of pH and temperature oscillations in water containing ZnCO3 crystallites using intention imprinted electronic devices. Subtle Energies, 8(3).

 

Diepold, J. (1999). Touch and breathe. Paper presented at the Energy Psychology Conference: Exploring the Creative Edge, 16 October 1999, Toronto, Canada.

 

Diepold, J.H., Britt, V., & Bender, S.S. (2004) Evolving Thought Field Therapy: The Clinician’s Handbook of Diagnoses, Treatment, and Theory. New York: W.W. Norton.

 

Diepold, J.H. & Goldstein, D. (2000). Thought field therapy and QEEG changes in the treatment of trauma: A case study. Moorestown, NJ: Author.

 

Dilts, R. B., Grinder, J., Bandler, R., DeLozier, J., & Cameron-Bandler, L. (1979). Neuro-linguistic programming I. Cupertino, CA: Meta Publications.

 

Dishman, R.K., Nakamura, Y., Garcia, M.E., Thompson, R., Dunn, A.L., & Blair, S.N.

(2000). Heart rate variability, trait anxiety, and perceived stress among physically fit men and

women. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 37, 121-133.

 

Dossey, L. (1993). Healing words: The power of prayer and the practice of medicine. San Francisco: HarperSanFrancisco.

 

Dumitrescu, I., & Kenyon, J. (1983). Electrographic imaging in medicine and biology. Suffolk, England: Neville Spearman.

 

Durlacher, J. V. (1994). Freedom from fear forever. Mesa, AZ: Van Ness.

 

Eden, D. (with Feinstein, D.). (1999). Energy Medicine. New York: Tarcher/Penguin Putnam.

 

Einspruch, E. L and Forman, B. D. (1988). Neuro-linguistic programming in the treatment of phobias. Psychotherapy in Private Practice, 6(1), 91-100.

 

Fahrion, S.L., Wirkus, M., Pooley, P. (1992). EEG amplitude, brain mapping, & synchrony in & between a bioenergy practitioner & client during healing. ISSSEEM Journal, 3(1).

 

Feinstein, D. (2004) Energy psychology interactive: Rapid interventions for lasting change (integrated book/CD program). Ashland, OR: Innersource.

 

Feinstein, D. (1998). At play in the fields of the mind. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 38(3): 71-109.

 

Feinstein, D. (2005). An overview of research in Energy Psychology. Unpublished manuscript. See www.energypsych.org.

 

Feinstein, D., Eden, D., & Craig, G. In press, The Promise of Energy Psychology: Revolutionary Tools For Dramatic Personal Change. New York: Tarcher/Penguin.

 

Figley, C. R. (1997, December). The active ingredients of the power therapies. Paper presented at the Conference for the Integrative and Innovative Use of EMDR, TFT, EFT, Advanced NLP and TIR, Lakewood, CO.

 

Figley, C. R. and Carbonell, J.L. (1999). Promising treatment approaches. Electronic Journal of Traumatology, 5:1.

 

Figley, C. R. and Carbonell, J.L. (1995). Active Ingredients Project: The Systematic Clinical Demonstration of the Most Efficient Treatments of PTSD. Tallahassee, FL. Florida State University Psychosocial Research Program and Clinical Laboratory. Reported in F. P. Gallo, Energy Psychology, New York: CRC Press, 18-25, 1998.

 

Figley, C.R., & Carbonell, J.L. (1995, March). Treating PTSD: What approaches work best? Invited symposium at the Family Therapy Networker Conference. Washington, D.C.

 

Fleming, T. (1996). Reduce traumatic stress in minutes: The Tapas Acupressure Technique (The TAT workbook). Torrance, CA: Author.

 

Flint, G.A. (1999). Emotional freedom. Vernon, BC: NeoSolTerric.

 

Flishie, J., & White, A. (1998). Medical acupuncture: A western scientific approach. Edinburgh Churchill Livingstone.

 

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Friedman, B., & Thayer, J. (1998, Nov). Anxiety and autonomic flexibility: A cardiovascular approach. Biological Psychology, 49(3), 303-323.

 

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Gallo, F. (1994a). Thought field therapy level 1 (and associated methods): Training manual. Hermitage, PA: Author.

 

Gallo, F. (1994b). Thought field therapy level 2 (and associated methods): Training manual. Hermitage, PA: Author.

 

Gallo, F. P. (1996a). Reflections on active ingredients in efficient treatments of PTSD, Part 1. Electronic Journal of Traumatology, 2(1). Available from http://www.fsu.edu/~trauma/.

 

Gallo, F. P. (1996b). Reflections on active ingredients in efficient treatments of PTSD, Part 2. Electronic Journal of Traumatology, 2(2). Available from http://www.fsu.edu/~trauma/.

 

Gallo, F. P. (1996). Therapy by energy. Anchor Point, June, 46-51.

 

Gallo, F.P. (1997). A no-talk cure for trauma: thought field therapy violates all the rules. The Family Therapy Networker, 21(2), 65-75.

 

Gallo, F. P. (1997). Energy diagnostic and treatment methods EDxTM): Basic Training Manual. Hermitage, PA: Author.

 

Gallo, F. P. (1999). Energy psychology: Explorations at the interface of energy, cognition, behavior, and health (first edition). Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.

 

Gallo, F.P. (2000). Energy diagnostic and treatment methods. New York: W.W. Norton.

 

Gallo, F.P., and Vincenzi, H. (2000). Energy tapping: How to rapidly eliminate anxiety, depression, cravings, and more using energy psychology. Oakland, CA: New Harbinger.

 

Gallo, F. P. (2001). Energy consciousness therapy: Training manual. Hermitage, PA: Author.

 

Gallo, F. P. (Ed.). (2002). Energy psychology in psychotherapy: A comprehensive sourcebook. New York: W.W. Norton.

 

Gallo, F. P. (2003). Meridian-based psychotherapy. In E. Leskowitz (Ed.) Complementary and Alternative Medicine in Rehabilitation. St. Louis: Churchill Livingstone, Pp. 215-225.

 

Gallo, F. P. (2003). The New Energy Psychology (Training Manual). Hermitage, PA: Author.

 

Gallo. F. P. (2003). Energy Consciousness Therapy (Training Manual). Hermitage, PA: Author.

 

Gallo, F. P. (2005). Energy Psychology: Explorations at the Interface of Energy, Cognition, Behavior, and Health (Second Edition), Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.

 

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