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EYE MOVEMENT INTEGRATIONTM (EMITM) is a brief, extraordinarily effective approach, which produces lasting therapeutic results. You will learn to treat PTSD, flashbacks, phobia, anxiety associated with addictions, and recent critical incidents.
In this workshop you will learn: - The principles on which EMITM is based and the essential skills required to utilize the technique successfully. - How to gather the required information from the client and how to use the EMI method as a short-term treatment. - How to individualize the EMITMapproach to fit each client’s unique needs. - How to use additional methods including Visual-Kinesthetic Dissociation and several Milton H. Ericksonian Pattern Interruption methods (breaking habitual sets and minimum behavioral cues). Read the story of the Seven Asterisks on page 61 of My Voice Will Go With You, by Sidney Rrosen, M.D.
EMITM, is an uncomplicated, yet highly effective eye movement desensitization technique. Unlike other methods, EMITMis considerate of the client’s integrity and does not require regression or revisiting past traumatic events. Therefore, it is designed to avoid the concerns of false memory and/or the possibility of re-traumatizing the client.
The economics of providing psychotherapy are demanding short-term treatment. Current research continues to demonstrate that time-limited therapy can be as effective for many issues as the more established lengthy approaches. Until recently, clients who attended only a few sessions were usually labeled as dropouts or were often considered “not ready” for therapy. In reality, what was needed were better therapeutic methods. The Eye Movement Integrationtm is a better method. Moreover, EMITM often produces lasting results in just one to three sessions.
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Eye Movement IntegrationTM The significance of eye movements for therapeutic change was first introduced by Robert Dilts in 1981 during a Neuro-Linguistic Programming Practitioner training as “Eye Movement Pattern Interruption.” EMITM is based on the idea that by suggesting clients hold the mental image of a troubling past experience in mind, while moving their eyes to various unaccustomed locations, interrupts their habitual set, accesses internal resources, and kindles more appropriate responses.
The term Eye Movement IntegrationTM (EMITM) was coined by Steve Andreas in 1987. EMITM is currently being used successfully by thousands of therapists in the U.S. and internationally.
To read what Dr. Randi Fredricks, Ph.D. writes about the relationship Between EMITM and EMDR, click or copy the following link into your internet browser: