Half a century ago, Donald Hebb posited that mental imagery is a constructive process that emulates perception. Specifically, Hebb claimed that visual imagery results from the reactivation of neural activity […]
Emotional, physical or sexual abuse can lie at root of weight problems in later life and, unless targeted, taxes on food types will be cruel to those who self-medicate. […]
Good blog about IEMT and Depression Source: Eye Movement Therapy for IEMT Practitioners: Can Eye Movement Therapy Help with Depression?
‘Researchers have found that CBT is roughly half as effective in treating depression as it used to be’ As one of my IEMT colleagues says perhaps we should start looking […]
Using creativity and artistic metaphor to tap unconscious memories helps release pent up trauma. Source: How using paint, pen on paper or song to revisit trauma helps us put it […]
Thirteen percent of young women show symptoms associated with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), according to an NHS report. Two women who’ve experienced it share their stories (Video) PTSD: ‘I thought […]
A brief article by my IEMT mentor Sonia Richards about one of the aspects we consider when working with clients using the IEMT methodology. “One of the main questions we […]