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The Canadian Association for Integrative and Energy Therapies (CAIET) is a Canadian nonprofit organization of licensed mental health professionals and related energy and integrative health practitioners. We are committed to promoting knowledge and understanding of Energy Psychology and related fields by providing educational workshops and an annual Energy Psychology Conference. CAIET was founded in July 2008 by Sharon Cass-Toole, PhD, DCEP.

CAIET’S Objectives

  1. To promote the knowledge and understanding of energy therapies through the annual conference
  2. To provide educational workshops in energy therapies for professionals and interested consumers.
  3. To develop and support a culture of professionalism in the teaching and use of energy therapies
  4. To develop a supportive, multidisciplinary community of practitioners.
  5. Provide links to up to date information about ongoing research on Energy Psychology and the Energy Therapies.

CAIET’s commitment is to promote the practice of complementary and integrative healthcare with emphasis on Energy Therapies and related fields by providing educational workshops. CAIET is also the proud sponsor of the annual Canadian Energy Psychology Conference -  this is a  professional conference which is open to and heartily welcomes the interested and curious public.

CAIET’s mission

Our mission is  to advance awareness of the practices of Energy Therapies as developing, complementary, holistic modalities addressing the interactive mind/body system.

CAIET’s vision

Our vision is to be a resource for healing and learning through the expanding field of Energy Therapies and to operate with integrity, purity of intent, generosity of spirit and an open mind.

We invite you to support CAIET in these objectives by becoming a member. Your generous contribution will be used to promote the knowledge and understanding of energy therapies through the annual conference, to provide educational workshops in energy therapies for professionals and interested consumers, and to help form a supportive community of practitioners.