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Become an ImTT Therapist

Image Transformation Therapy gets to the root of psychological problems.  To become an ImTT therapist, the Basic and Advanced ImTT Workshops, and the Feeling-State Image Protocol Workshop are required.  To become a certified ImTT therapist, individual and group consultations are required.  However, you can immediately begin using the ImTT protocols in your practice after the first workshop.

Advanced Training Courses

The gentle learning curve takes you from the most basic protocols to advanced training for trauma and addictions.

Traumatic Made Easy

The protocols make  processing traumatic memories easy on both therapists and patients.

Emotional Neglect

Using basic protocols,  you can releasing the impact of emotional neglect.

Addiction Treatment

Eliminate both the negative and positive feelings and images that drive the addictive behavior.

Jennifer Chambers

Private Practice

San Antonio, Texas

Donna Savage, LMFT

Private Practice

Palos Verdes Estates, California

Scott Kampschaefer, LISW-CP

Private Practice

Frederick, Maryland

Natalie Zemaitis

Private Practice

Broomall, Pennsylvania

These are a few of the many ImTT Therapists. Click here to view more

Behavioral and Substance Addictions

Behaviors that people are addicted to are motivated by two dynamics: The desire for a specific positive feeling and the avoidance of negative feelings. Without eliminating both dynamics, a person is subject to relapse.  ImTT treats both.

ImTT Treatment for Addictions

Conventional wisdom is that the treatment of compulsive behaviors such as a sex or gambling addictions takes a long time—years. With Feeling-State Treatment, most behavioral addictions can be eliminated within a few sessions.

The cause of most behavioral addictions is a Feeling-State. A Feeling-State is a fixated linkage between an intense positive feeling and a behavior. The good news for people suffering from behavioral addictions is that the solution is not that difficult. Once the fixated linkage between the feeling and the behavior is broken, a person is no longer interested in doing the behavior—immediately. Substance addictions have the same needs for seeking and avoiding feelings as behavioral addictions.  Eliminating both motivations helps prevent relapse.

Addiction Stories

People with addictions can seem to lack discipline or to be self-indulgent. The truth is different: their behavior is destroying their life and they know it. These stories illustrate the pain of having the addiction and the freedom gained from eliminating the "monkey on their back."

Sexual Addiction

A heterosexual’s story of having a sexual addiction toward men because of a Feeling-State formed in childhood.

Gambling Addiction

A gambler's story: "I lost a million dollars in 10 years."

What Therapists Are Saying

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