Integral Eye Movement Therapy (IEMT) is a technique used for treating people suffering from anxiety, phobias and who, for no apparent reason, overreact emotionally to certain situations. It is a method used to expel intense negative feelings and for updating parts of the identity.
Using the IEMT method eye movement is used to stimulate new connections within the brain. This subsequently leads to the relief of negative emotions associated with symptoms of anxiety and phobia. IEMT therapy has a reputation for achieving rapid, positive results that are often permanent.
Occasionally we encounter emotional barriers that we cannot break down. Something from our past or in our subconscious drives our thoughts and makes it difficult for us to cope. 95% of our behavior is controlled by our subconscious. Using IEMT we will work on your subconscious and the recurring, problematic feelings that stops you from controlling your emotions. These feelings are often caused by bad experiences in the past that continue to have a deep emotional impact in the present. IEMT has a positive effect on memory causing thoughts to lose their emotional intensity, therefore becoming less disruptive. Healthy boundaries will be built between the past and the present and between yourself and others allowing you to experience emotions that suit the experience of today and while remaining in control.