Learn the Latest Research in the Field
11th Annual Research Symposium
THURSDAY ~ MAY 12, 2022  8:30 am - 4:15 pm

Free with main conference registration ($210 value) - 6 CE hours*


Knowing the science behind energy psychology and energy healing can help you communicate more effectively with doctors and other referral sources.  Join us for ACEP's 11th annual EP Research Symposium and hear about the latest research being conducted by some of the leading scientists and clinicians in the fields of energy psychology and energy medicine.


  • Name 3 EP modalities for which there is scientific research.

  • Name 3 pioneers in the field of energy psychology.

  • Describe 3 steps to conducting quality research studies.

  • List 3 countries where energy psychology research is being conducted.

  • Name 4 DSM-5 conditions for which energy psychology modalities have been found to be effective.

  • Name three researchers who have conducted research studies on EP modalities.


Research Matters: Seven Steps To Creating High Quality Studies

Suzanne M. Connolly, LCSW, LMFT, LISAC

Symposium Coordinator: John Freedom, CEHP.  Author of Heal Yourself with Emotional Freedom Technique, he is chairman of ACEP's research committee. John also serves on the Board of Trustees for EFT International, and as executive director for FREA: Finding Recovery and Empowerment from Abuse.

*Session is approved for different CE boards, but no  APA, CME or CNE CE is available.

Please visit the CE Hours page for detailed information.

Don't Forget Your Dancing Shoes!

Annual Gala & Dance Party
Saturday ~ May 14, 2022  7:00 pm - Midnight

There’s no substitute for connecting in person with 400+ like-hearted

and like-minded professionals.... And there's nothing like a

dance party to make new acquaintances feel like old friends.  

Dancing will be in an open air environment.

Bring your dancing shoes and get ready to party.

We guarantee the dance floor will fill in 10 seconds flat!

You'll also enjoy a delicious dinner and awards ceremony.

Purchase your dinner tickets with your registration!

$79 ticket price includes dinner and dancing.

Dinner options: (includes salad, dessert, coffee/tea)
Herbed Seared Chicken, Mushroom Sauce


Curried Chickpea Stew (vegetarian)

Lift Your Spirits & Energize Your Body

Experience Qigong

Enjoy practicing Qigong outside in the beautiful New Mexico weather

Friday 4:10-4:35pm
Roger Jahnke, OMD
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Roger Jahnke, OMD, is chief of staff at the Health Action Integrative Medicine Clinic in Santa Barbara California. He is director of the Institute of Integral Qigong and Tai Chi, a mind-body research and training institute that has trained 2000 teachers and practice leaders and has contributed to research in numerous respected medical journals. Roger has distilled the essence of qi/prana cultivation in his widely revered books The Healer Within and The Healing Promise of Qi.

Saturday 4:25-4:50pm
David Rosenberg, PhD
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David Rosenberg PhD, LCP, is professor/chair and licensed clinical psychologist at Averett University in Virginia with over 25 years of teaching experience. He is a level 4 Certified T'ai Chi Fundamentals Instructor.

Start Your Day With T'ai Chi

Enjoy calming and energizing movement outside

Friday, Saturday & Sunday   6:30am - 7:15am

Harmonize Your Energy! T'ai Chi Fundamentals for Energetic Balance, Connection, and Resilience 

David Rosenberg PhD, LCP, is professor/chair and licensed clinical psychologist at Averett University in Virginia with over 25 years of teaching experience. Level 4 Certified T'ai Chi Fundamentals Instructor.

Music is Energy Therapy




Join Plática: Heart-to-Heart Talking Circle

Open to attendees of the presentation,
"Respecting Indigenous Ways: From Colonizer to Ally"


Friday, May 13     8:00 - 9:00pm

Cultural practitioner, Grace Sesma will facilitate a Plática, a heart-to-heart conversation, to provide a safe and respectful space to ask follow-up questions about any of the topics covered during her presentation. Time permitting, we will explore ideas and culturally-respectful actions that we can take, personally and professionally, to help undo practices that harm Indigenous Peoples.