Dynamic Energetic Healing® (DEH™)
Dynamic Energetic Healing®, DEH™ is a step-by-step approach to dissolving limiting beliefs, releasing sources of longstanding stress and minimizing the impact of overwhelming life experiences. What makes it stand out among other energy psychology models is its emphasis on "process" to limit subjective interpretations by a practitioner. The client is in full control of each step throughout the process. Dynamic Energetic Healing® bridges the gap between Eastern and Western methodologies by combining established spiritual practices with action oriented goal setting and cognitive methods. DEH™ is facilitated by a trained practitioner to create healthy alignment of the client’s thoughts, feelings, actions and inner knowing.
Matrix Energetics® is based on the science behind quantum physics. It is a transformational technique that merges touch and intent. The Matrix Energetics® practitioner's focused-intent affects changes that bring about alignment for the recipient. The practitioner's touch is used to identify areas on the body that need attention. Matrix Energetics is a tool that brings about shifts in the consciousness. It appears to be more about "clearing away" old ideas that block energy or "getting out of the way" and letting energy take its natural path.
Energy Psychology Techniques
Energy Psychology encompasses a wide variety of evidence-based interventions that balance, restore and improve human functioning. These mind-body-spirit techniques are being used around the world by thousands of mental health and allied professionals and laypeople alike to achieve rapid, dramatic and lasting changes in feelings, thoughts, beliefs, and behaviours. They are usually simple enough for clients to learn and use at home. In many cases, even children can be taught to use them independently. Energy psychology combines physical interventions using the acupuncture system, the chakras and other ancient systems of healing with modern cognitive interventions such as imagery-based exposure techniques to bring about shifts in thoughts, emotions and behavioural patterns. Mind-body-spirit approaches to human functioning recognize a multi-layered systemic interconnection between the different systems of the body, brain and mind.
Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP)
Neurolinguistic Programming™ is defined as the study of the structure of verbal and non-verbal communication and how it can affect the human brain. It is based on the belief that all behaviour has structure and that the words we use reflect an inner, subconscious perception of our problems. If these words and perceptions are inaccurate, they will create an underlying problem as long as we continue to use and to think them. By creating new ways of understanding how communication affects perception, NLP presents us all with the chance to not only communicate better with others, but also learn how to gain more control over what we considered to be automatic functions of our own neurology.
The International Coach Federation (ICF) which certifies professional coaches defines coaching as “partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential”. Coaching is a perfect complement to the energy work needed to align your thoughts, emotions and inner knowing. Clear goals and desires are established with coaching, and the energy techniques are used to remove possible energetic and emotional barriers that might prevent successful attainment of what you really want.
Manual Muscle Testing (MMT)
Manual muscle testing was originally a physiotherapy tool to evaluate muscle function. Later, it was also used as a diagnostic tool in the chiropractic arena. It has now become a valuable way for trained energy practitioners to evaluate energy flow through the meridians. A blockage or area of restricted or low energy flow will produce a weak muscle response, whereas the muscle will test as ‘strong’ when the energy is flowing freely. There are many factors that can create a problem with energy flow (and a weak muscle test). One of the major culprits is stress, or more specifically, the body’s response to stimuli it perceives as stressful.