Integral Eye Movement Therapy (IEMT)

What is IEMT?

IEMT or Integral Eye Movement Therapy is a wonderfully helpful technique that enables you to free yourself from troubling feelings and difficult or traumatic experiences.

IEMT is particularly helpful when an experience or feelings are too difficult or stressful to talk about or describe. For this reason IEMT is very successful at helping those with post-traumatic stress.

With IEMT, so much can be done content free; again if it feels too overwhelming to talk about or you don't want to open up and share something, I don't need to know the details in order to help using IEMT.

What to expect in an IEMT session

After having got in touch with me, and sent a form back to me, we will then have an IEMT session, which is a one to one session.

The session will start by identifying a problem state; this could be an emotional feeling (e.g. anger, resentment, loss, fear), an event that has occurred (e.g. an accident, an attack, giving birth) or a physical symptom (e.g. psoriasis, pain, tremors, sweats, headaches).

Through a series of questions around this problem state (answers which you can keep to yourself if you choose), the questions and answers will take the subconscious mind to a past memory that is linked to it. Once you have accessed that memory, I ask you to keep the memory in mind whilst you move your eyes by following my fingers, as I move arm in different axis in front of you.

The process then continues, as moving your eyes to different areas enables you to access different memories and the emotion changes accordingly. IEMT is a very gentle process and it can be amazing how quickly stressful feelings can dissolve away.

Expect to be interrupted
With IEMT, I am trained to tune into your body language and what you are saying, so if I hear or see some key things, I may interrupt you, in order to catch the subconscious mind in that moment and see where that takes us.

Who can benefit from IEMT?

    IEMT can help those with:
  • Stress
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Fears or phobias
  • Post-traumatic stress
  • Skin conditions such as psoriasis, eczema, rashes
  • Physical pains
  • Physical symptoms
  • Physical conditions such as auto-immune conditions

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