IEMT Practitioner

Integral Eye Movement Technique (IEMT)

Integral Eye Movement Technique (IEMT) is a developing area brief change work that explores the area of undesired emotions and our ways of being. The process explores the question, "How did we learn to feel the way that we feel?" and opens up the possibility of creating the appropriate change in our emotional lives. Your certificate will be internationally recognised by "The Association for IEMT Practitioners" and Andrew T. Austin, founder of IEMT.

IEMT Training Structure

Practitioner Level - Creating Change 


Part 1. Emotional Engineering
 – Depotentiating Imprints of Emotion with IEMT

  • Introduction to the IEMT Structure
  • Eye Movement and 3d Accessing Cues
  • Introductory Exercise and Calibration of Representational Change
  • The IEMT Basic Pattern and Imprint Tracking
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Time Coding
  • The IEMT Complex Pattern

Part 2. Identity Reimprinting – Updating Our Way of Being with IEMT

  • Introduction to Structure of Identity
  • Four References – I, Me, Self, You
  • The IEMT Identity Pattern (Simple form)
  • The IEMT Identity Pattern (Complex Form)
  • Physiological State Accessing Cues
  • Changing Unconscious State Accessing
  • Changing The Negative Kino-Somatic Imprint

Advanced Practitioner Level

  • Systems theory and session design - the rationale and purpose of the IEMT structure
  • Working with problemtatic emotional archetypes
  • Schemas and recurring patterns in the chronic client
  • The use of metaphor and story telling in state fractionation
  • The utilisation of "The Three Pillars" model in metaphor, story and state fractionation.
  • Advanced utilisation of the "What if..." model of chronicity.
  • The influence of Derks, "Social Panoramas" model on IEMT identity exercises
  • The role of personification of disease processes in the patterns of chronicity
  • Adanced treatment algorithms