October 4, 2018

What is IEMT – Interview Matt Kendall/Andrew T. Austin

4 Comments on “What is IEMT – Interview Matt Kendall/Andrew T. Austin

carol j cherich
October 19, 2018 at 6:43 pm


Great discussion and illustrations. Any possibility of offering training as a webinar? Live in Clarksville, Tn and work at a military installation. Initially trained in EMDR in 2003, in the embryo stages of EMDR.

Thanks in advance for your time and consideration.

Carol Cherich

October 23, 2018 at 9:06 am

Hi Carol, we can’t issue certification remotely, but there is a program online here: and additional material available via Associate membership. I am hoping some of the approved trainers will be making their own video programs available in due course.

Ken Pataky
October 28, 2018 at 4:03 pm

Respect for you Andy having the balls to change the orientation of the light bar in a psych hospital to “see what happens”…and for sharing how you “got in trouble” for it. You and I are truly kindred spirits in that kind of mischievous, curiosity-driven, truth-seeking. Kudos! Btw, just bought the video training you mentioned above…thanks for your important work! (I’m an LPC and EMDR-certified trauma therapist in the US and have also studied EMI, Hypnotherapy, HeartMath, EFT & TFT tapping). Great points about the questionable necessity of most therapy, especially that which goes on for years and where therapists are literally living off the backs of the same few people, and about the issue of difficulty “breaking up” with your therapist! I found your candidness refreshing! Thanks, Matt, for a great interview!

Ken Pataky
October 28, 2018 at 4:11 pm

I’m also working on a PhD in Integrated Health Sciences & Transpersonal Psychology, and I’ve decided to make my dissertation topic focused on comparing effectiveness of holistic, energetic therapies such as IEMT, EMI, EMDR, Tapping, for resolving trauma, phobias, emotional dysregulation (still working a bit on narrowing)…esp. those that are kinesthetic and can be practiced by clients outside of sessions. I’m considering using HRV as a more clinical measure of effectiveness rather than just SUD. You’re right…interest in these more effective methods than traditional therapy is growing and rightly so!


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