About ImTT

ImTT was developed to more effectively eliminate traumatic memories in a way that is gentle for the client. With continued development, ImTT treatment has been expanded to include depression, anxiety, OCD  and many other issues.

"Happiness is the exercise of vital powers, in line with excellence, in a life affording them scope"

Our Story

By 2011, Dr. Miller had been treating people suffering with traumatic memories for 16 years.  He was always looking for a better approach. When working with a suicidal client, Dr. Miller had an insight that the client’s suicidal thoughts could be quickly reduced by releasing his pain. It worked—the suicidal thoughts did not return. From that beginning, ImTT developed into a breakthrough in psychological treatment. 
Using a breathing/visualization technique, feelings stored in the body are released in a gentle manner and the event does not have to be re-experienced.   Feelings of anxiety and depression can also be easily released, enabling a person to feel lighter and more capable of engaging in therapy and life.

Our Mission

ImTT is dedicated to providing the most effective psychological treatment so that people can live their lives without the baggage of the past.

Advanced Training

ImTT therapists are trained to work with many different kinds of issues.

Fast Results on Many Issues

With ImTT, releasing the feelings and images starts quickly.  Your results will provide you with the feedback that ImTT is right for  you.

What Therapists Are Saying

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