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About Dr. John Diepold

Dr. John Diepold is a New Jersey Licensed Psychologist with a full-time private practice in Moorestown, NJ.  He has been a licensed clinician since 1980.  Dr. Diepold earned graduate degrees from Indiana University (Ph.D. 1978) and Fairleigh Dickinson University (M.A. 1974) and under graduate degrees from Glassboro State College (B.A. 1972) and Camden County College (A.A. 1970). He is a long time Member of the American Psychological Association, the New Jersey Psychological Association, the South Jersey Psychological Association, the Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, and the Council for the National Register of Health Providers in Psychology.  He also holds the Diplomate membership 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.  Dr. Diepold also serves as a Sport Psychology Consultant to area high school and college athletes and teams regarding performance enhancement.

Dr. Diepold is currently writing a book about Heart Assisted Therapy (HAT) and is the author and co-author of 10 professional publications including:

  • Diepold, J. H. Jr. (2015). Enhancing the psychotherapy process: Merging energy psychology and traditional practice. New Jersey Psychologist (Winter 2015) vol 65 (1): pp 30-34. New Jersey Psychological Association, West Orange, NJ.
  • Diepold, J H Jr and Goldstein, D M (2009). Thought field therapy and QEEG changes in the treatment of trauma: A case study, Traumatology (Mar 2009) vol 15: pp 85-93. doi:10.1177/1534765608325304 
  • Diepold, J.H. Jr., Britt, V., & Bender, S.S. (2004).  Evolving Thought Field Therapy: The Clinician’s Handbook of Diagnoses, Treatment, and Theory.  New York:  W.W. Norton.

Dr. Diepold has presented nationally and internationally at psychological conferences on his areas of interest and research and has taught workshops on HAT in the USA, Canada, and Europe. 


John H. Diepold, Jr., Ph.D.
Originator of HAT