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Good outcome for anger client

Good news story submitted by IEMT Practitioner, Glennda Papworth. Valerie had no prior experience of Integral Eye Movement Therapy. She had seen a counsellor but felt nothing had changed. She felt very pre-menopausal and had not been sleeping as she had really bad anxiety and raging emotions. Valerie wanted to let things go from the past. […]

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Good Outcome for Pain Client

Good news story submitted by IEMT Practitioner, Glennda Papworth. Mandy attended the Integral Eye Movement Therapy (IEMT) session as “I want to try new things to help me feel better about myself and work on my pain”. She had suffered from physical and emotional pain for many years including childhood trauma. She wanted me to know […]

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Working with Loss

Good news story submitted by IEMT Practitioner, Glennda Papworth. Andrea had no prior experience of Integral Eye Movement Therapy. The problem she presented was a feeling of loss, she wanted to learn techniques to avoid negative feelings related to her father’s death and moving back to the UK. She spoke of the stress she was feeling […]

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Homework, School-work or House-work Avoidance

By Mavis Kerrigan, IEMT Trainer Do you have children who often try to avoid doing their homework or even try to avoid doing any work at school or at home? Do you avoid doing specific jobs yourself? It’s often not so well known that children and even adults who avoid doing things are not avoiding […]

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Training Success in Delhi, India

In early March 2020 IEMT trainer, Jas Bhatia, delivered a one day program to the volunteers and staff of Aashray Adhikar Abhiyan, the major homelessness charity at Katra Maula Baksh in Delhi. IEMT (Integral Eye Movement Therapy) sessions and training designed to make an effective change in the lives of caregivers who can swiftly work […]

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Anger and Anxiety – another good result!

Good news story submitted by IEMT Practitioner, Glennda Papworth. Zola had attended the Integral Eye Movement Therapy session as she wanted help with her anxiety. She wanted to enjoy life more and not to worry about things too much. She felt that by making the changes she would be able to spend any time or day […]

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Good outcome for OCD client using IEMT

Good news story submitted by IEMT Practitioner, Glennda Papworth. Pauline had no prior experience of Integral Eye Movement Therapy (IEMT) herself, someone she knew had experienced IEMT for their phobias. She had suffered from a number of phobias that had developed over time. Also, Anxiety, depression and OCD and was on the waiting list for […]

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IEMT and Anosmia

IEMT and Anosmia By Gavin Bowtell Anosmia is the name for a total or partial loss of the sense of smell. Our sense of smell is extremely important. Whilst humans beings might not have the sense of smell as developed as a sniffer dog we certainly have a wonderful natural gift in our ability to […]

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IEMT in a client with bilateral esotropia

IEMT for a client with bilateral esotropia What is the effect of IEMT upon clients who have ocular impairments? Since IEMT works by directing eye movements it is reasonable to ask whether IEMT will be effective in clients with ocular motility impairment. Practitioners will be aware that ocular disease will render IEMT an unsuitable therapy […]

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In Just Six Weeks…

A Feel Good Blog Post by Mandie Bridge, Life Coach and IEMT Practitioner In just six weeks…. I have seen and released 24 clients from trauma using IEMT. The results have been astonishing and I am beyond delighted with the effects it’s had on them and their loved ones. I qualified as a Life Coach […]

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ANNOUNCEMENT: The Association in the USA

ANNOUNCEMENT: The Association for IEMT Practitioners LLC is now registered in the USA ready for the forthcoming series of IEMT Practitioners trainings. The associated website will be up and running in December this year and training dates will be announced shortly.

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Success in Romania

IEMT and The Association for IEMT Practitioners have reached Romania. With nearly 60 attendees organised by Eugen Popa, Angela Nutu and The Romanian Hypnosis Association, we had a good mix of coaches, doctors, psychologists and lay-person in attendance. We look forward to receiving our new members into the Association upon completion of their assessments in […]

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Clean Language and IEMT by Mickey Berkal

“I cannot connect with people,” he said, as he sat down, “I’ve started a new seminar and there are a lot of people there, most are younger than me, but still, people are starting to get into groups and I find myself alone. I can’t seem to find anything to talk about with them. I […]

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IEMT Practitioner Training Success in Chennai, India

It was my very great pleasure to teach the first IEMT Practitioner for several years in India.  The group consisted of doctors, psychologists, counsellors, prison workers and youth workers and others and this proved to be a high calibre event with excellent contributions from the participants and I look forward to seeing how their work […]

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Misplaced Guilt – an IEMT case study

By Mickey Berkel, IEMT Trainer Tel Aviv, Israel. A while back, I had a youth counsellor and therapist that came to me with a difficult trauma that she went through. She was overwhelmed by it and flooded with tears. She was helping a young teenager to release her Separation Anxiety.  Among other problematic behaviours, the […]

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