Although it is informed by several ancient concepts, energy therapy is a relatively new method of psychotherapy. By combining alternative Eastern healing techniques with biomedical and conventional approaches to mental health, energy therapy promotes a holistic approach to well-being. Broadly, the practice targets the notion of energy in human bodies. For many practitioners, energy in the realm of psychology refers to the vital force within an individual.1
Long-distance Reiki offers an intriguing alternative to hands-on healing. Although some people presume that remote Reiki treatments aren’t as effective as in-person sessions, long-distance energy healing can be preferred in certain situations.
Reiki is a globally popular energy healing modality practiced by health-care professionals as well as non-health-care professionals. The principles of Reiki encourage individuals to be in the present moment; have humility, kindness, and gratitude; and practice this wisdom in everyday life.
Emotional freedom techniques (EFT), sometimes referred to as emotional freedom technique, EFT tapping, or tapping, is an alternative approach to therapy premised on the idea that physical and emotional pain is created by disruptions or blockages in the body’s energy system.
Jin Shin Jyutsu is a Japanese technique for harmonizing a person’s bodily energy system. Like other energy techniques, such as acupressure and acupuncture, Jin Shin Jyutsu is based on the premise that vital life force energy travels through the body in pathways.
Thought Field Therapy (TFT) is an energy-based approach to mental and physical health that combines psychotherapy techniques with ancient Eastern practices.
Although several ancient concepts inform it, energy therapy is a relatively new method of psychotherapy. By combining alternative Eastern healing techniques with biomedical and conventional approaches to mental health, energy therapy promotes a holistic approach to well-being.