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See How ImTT Helps Change Therapists Practices

These testimonials are written by therapists from many different orientations of therapy.

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In my clinical opinion (of 31 years!) It is clear that ImTT has gone beyond the principles and protocols of our beloved EMDR.
Dr. Miller's expansive and yet precise model of how to effectively and permanently treat a large variety of negative emotions, sensations and embedded feelings is completely cutting - edge.
There is no one in our profession like Dr. Miller. For the last 16 years I have watched him in clinical supervision groups or workshops working brilliantly with everyone from the trauma of Veterans, to working with every imaginable dysfunctional behaviors and negative beliefs and emotions/disturbing images and negative cognitions.
The psychological transformation work in the office is gentle and compassionate - allowing the patient to release patterns that have caused so much pain and terror.
Lastly, the theory has a broad lexicon of feeling words with all of their subtle nuances, that helps clinicians truly understand the felt experience of the client.

Cynthia Wynn, LMFT

I never cease to be impressed with ImTT and Dr. Robert Miller's insights on how to help people heal emotionally and change behaviorally. I now lead with ImTT because of how quickly it works and gentle it is for clients to create change. It’s humbling to see decades of distress and dysfunction resolve, sometimes in one session. It makes clinical work such a rewarding experience for client and practitioner.

Natalie Zemaitis, LCSW

IMTT has been truly invaluable to me as a clinician. It has provided very significant leverage in helping clients resolve a broad range of emotional disturbances, including traumatic triggers, negative beliefs/thought patterns, anxious reactions and experiences like panic and obsessions, and many other forms of fear and emotional pain, . IMTT requires minimal start-up time in session, making it accessible across a broad range of clients and allowing me to use IMTT to help almost all my clients at various points in their therapeutic process. Clients are typically drawn to the concept of releasing emotional disturbance without having to “lean in” to the feeling, which I consider to be a key advantage of IMTT. And because clients can observe their steady progress in using IMTT to resolve disturbances, they seem more able to stay engaged in therapeutic work that can otherwise be daunting. I see IMTT as a truly transformational approach with broad applicability across a wide range of emotional/psychological issues, and am extremely thankful for Dr. Miller’s ongoing innovation and development of this set of powerful, impactful techniques. It’s incredibly satisfying and rewarding as a clinician to be able to bring such deep healing into peoples’ lives, using IMTT.

Donna Savage, LMFT

I continue to marvel at how my clients progress in their treatment goals by using ImTT, especially with regard to crisis management. I was very tickled to hear one client's account of how she has been able to take care of dental hygiene correctly for the first time as an adult after traumatic incidents from childhood prevented her from doing so. She was so thrilled about being able to do this even before we completely finished processing the entire sequence! It also appears to be my younger clients that get better results faster than older ones, and I can only speculate as to why at this point.

Scott Kempschaefer, LCSW-C, LCSW-S

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