Dr. John Diepold is a licensed psychologist with 35 years of clinical experience. He is a Life Member of the American Psychological Association, the New Jersey Psychological Association, and the Council for the National Register of Health Providers in Psychology. He also earned the Diplomate status with the American Academy of Pain Management and the Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology where he is also a certified consultant for clinical training and a former Board Member. Dr. Diepold also serves as a Sport Psychology Consultant to area high school and college athletes and teams. Dr. Diepold has presented nationally and internationally on his areas of interest and research and has taught workshops on Heart Assisted Therapy in the USA, Canada, and Europe. Dr. Diepold is the originator and developer of Heart Assisted Therapy (HAT) and author of Heart Assisted Therapy (2017). He is also the author and/or co-author of 8 professional publications including Evolving Thought Field Therapy (2004). Dr. Diepolds clinical practice is mainly individual psychotherapy, which focuses on healing from traumatic experiences, and adjusting to the source and causes of anxiety, depression, and physical discomfort while eliminating or minimizing the problematic symptoms. Overcoming blocks to any area of performance (e.g., test-taking, performing arts) are also common treatment topics along with pre and post- surgical concerns. In the area of sport psychology, Dr. Diepold works with individual athletes and teams for the goal of performance enhancement. Use of Heart Assisted Therapy (HAT) is often an integral part of the psychotherapy process as appropriate with Dr. Diepold. HAT is a gentle, humanistic, and holistic model of psychotherapy, which is almost exclusively client-centered as the individual guides the flow and direction of the HAT treatment process based on self-report of thoughts, memories, images, feelings, and sensations. The HAT model is a mindful, dynamic, empowering, stabilizing, and nurturing experience that facilitates self-regulation, insight, and accelerated information processing that is system wide.