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EMI - Neuro-therapy with eye movement integration


EMI, a form of neuro therapy

EMI (Eye Movement Integration) is not a psychotherapeutic method but rather a form of neuro-therapy.

EMI is based on special techniques where the client is asked to focus on a disturbing or traumatic memory and at the same time follow a moving object with the eyes.

The movements are done by the therapist according to a number of pre-defined patterns. During a few sessions, one hour each, a sub-conscious integration of the disturbing material occurs, leading to an elimination of the psychological suffering caused by this mental material.

The EMI treatment

The EMI treatment consists of six to ten hours, including one or two preparation sessions and a few concluding and grounding sessions.

The origin of the method

The EMI method was developed 1989 within the field of NLP (NeuroLinguistic Programming) and has since then been further developed. It is related to EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitizing Reprocessing), but has a broader and deeper effect on the brain's subconscious functions.

More information

Information to the client before the treatment- EMI-info.pdf
Research report - EMI-paper.pdf


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