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IEMT

IEMT stands for Integral Eye Movement Therapy and in short enables real
time lasting change to reduce unwanted feelings. What is nice about this
therapy is it’s not a talk therapy, so there is no need to disclose or share your story.

IEMT is the result of decades of development and is helping many people
discover how to release emotional problems quickly, which is some cases, has
trapped them in unhelpful patterns of thinking and action for many years

IEMT

IEMT stands for Integral Eye Movement Therapy.

IEMT in short enables real time lasting change to reduce unwanted feelings.

IEMT is the result of decades of development and is helping many people discover how to release emotional problems quickly, which is some cases, has trapped them in unhelpful patterns of thinking and action for many years.

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I am a certified IEMT practitioner. Visit my registration page here.
The foundation IEMT is not just to ameliorate feelings, but to deal effectively with the behavioural patterns that can get in the way of life, sabotage change, keep people repeating mistakes or leave them stuck in a rut.

Thus creating improvements in mental and emotional health.

What is nice about this therapy is it’s not a talk therapy so there is no need to disclose or share your story.

IEMT works for most people, most of the time. Anecdotally this will be 90-95%, according to observations from many hundreds of practitioners.

For those whom it works, the simple elegance in creating change are quick.

Charlotte’s aim is to get you where you want to be as soon as possible.  To do this she will ask you to complete and return a form before your session takes place.  You’ll typically only need to see her 1-4 times maximum in most cases.  Each session will last 90-120 minutes.

Follow up ‘maintenance’ sessions are typically 60 minutes and are available as you require them for more long term support and guidance.

 

 

Body Oriented Therapy

Body oriented therapy consists of a variety of gentle movements that are designed to help release trapped stress and unhelpful energy from the body.

Past traumatic experiences and chronic, toxic stress often stunt our ability to connect to ourselves, others, and our environment.

Healing, then, is often about growing our capacity to come back into connection with these things in the present.

Body oriented therapy consists of a variety of gentle movements that are designed to help release trapped stress, tension and unhelpful energy from the body.

There is a growing list of effective therapies out there but these are some of the most common body oriented therapies available globally: Trauma Release Exercise (TRE®), Somatic Experiencing (SE), Somatic Practise (SP), Neurosensory Practices, Trauma Informed Yoga, Body Work, Massage, Tapping, Qi Gong, Trauma Informed Martial Arts, Ti Chi & Breath Work.

Finding a practitioner to help guide you to one that suits you can be a safe way to enter into these therapies. Charlotte’s services include TRE®, Trauma Informed Yoga, Soft Tissue release via The Roll Model Method® and Neurosensory Practices.

TRE® stands for Tension & Trauma Releasing Exercises created by Dr. David Berceli, PhD.

TRE® is a simple set of exercise that allow your body to activate a natural reflex mechanism of shaking/vibrating that releases muscle tension and calms the nervous system.  This helps to release trapped energy built up from stress & trauma.

  “Letting go is not for the purpose of forgetting or forgiving the past, it is about releasing the energy of the past to give us back our lives in the present which is necessary to deliver us into a new future” Dr David Berceli.

During a TRE® session you are guided through gentle exercises & techniques in a safe & supported environment.

The session also incorporates learning more about your nervous system with teachings in grounding & self regulation techniques.

The amount of sessions needed before you can confidently and safely do TRE® on your own is approximately 3-4 sessions but this will vary between individuals.

You will eventually take these techniques to use as a regular self-care stress/tension/trauma reduction practise at home.

Once you have had a 1:1 or in person group session with me you are also welcome to join me for regular online classes.

Click here to visit my TRE® registration page.

 

 

Some of the benefits that you may experience by practicing TRE® are:

  • decrease anxiety
  • release of chronic tension
  • discharge emotional and physical trauma
  • improve sleep, mood & digestion
  • decrease aches and pains
  • improve flexibility
  • decrease symptoms of sciatica, fibromyalgia and other chronic conditions

The positive side is everyone can benefit.  All that is required is the willingness to be open to experiencing something new and removing as much self judgement as is possible.

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