EMI Training

EMI Training

emotional mind integration

Would you like to have the skills to work with a wide range of issues with one modality? 

Are you looking for an approach to promote powerful change?

EMI training is available for the recovery from non systemic trauma, sexual abuse depression, anxiety in 3-5 sessions with EMI for a large proportion of the population.

Objectives

The objective of EMI (Emotional Mind Integration) training is to provide training in a complete modality that provides philosophy, skills and techniques that are grounded in clinical practice of over seventeen years for a wide range of trauma and mental health issues in 3-5 sessions for most clients. EMI is a concisely, practical and elegant process for working with both the conscious and unconscious mind in providing deep resolutions and change. Yildiz Sethi is the founder and trainer of EMI.

EMI is appropriate for the effective resolution of a wide range of issues and trauma EMI (Emotional Mind Integration) is a NEW Neuro Trance Psychotherapy with its own philosophy and. A revolutionary approach to Cost Effective Mental Health treatment by the founder and presenter of the modality Yildiz Sethi.

EMI is a cost effective process for the processing, resolution and recovery of disturbed emotional mind states that operate in a wide range of mental health disturbances to enhance the work of mental health practitioners, counsellors, hypnotherapists, social workers, psychologists and people who help people.

EMI provides a sound theory and practice that is a brief, experiential, person centered and solution focused approach for disturbances such as depression, anxiety, panic attacks, anger, low self esteem, inner conflict, trauma, fear, anger, the underlying dynamic for addiction and the recovery of abuse and sexual abuse.

The EMI training provides mental health practitioners with valuable cutting edge knowledge and skills in providing resolutions through naturally occurring healing pathways in only a few sessions for a large proportion of the population (not including more serious DSMV diagnoses).

36 hours of training in two modules

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