emotional transformation therapy Ett®
What is it?
ETT® is an "attachment based” form of interpersonal therapy whose outcomes are substantially amplified by precise visual brain stimulation in the form of color & light. It is called “emotional transformation” because it frequently alleviates emotional distress in minutes and often produces positive states of being as a result.
ETT® is a holistic & functional approach that seeks to access the root cause of chronic pain and emotional distress and to bring balance to the whole person with a less is more process.
The advantage of ETT® over most talk therapies is that many conditions like trauma and addictions operate in parts of the brain that are not conscious and are largely inaccessibly by conscious verbal means.
acute trauma & PTSD
depression & anxiety
chronic pain, accident recovery & the stress component of chronic illness
obsessive compulsive disorder
ADD & ADHD
“Attachment based” refers to the fact that each person has characteristic patterns of regulating emotions and relationships that developed in early bonding. When attachment patterns are deficient, over time this makes people more susceptible to emotional stress and chronic illnesses of mind, body and spirit. By adapting interpersonal responses that are individualized to each person in therapy, the basic attachment pattern can be changed to promote positive long-term changes.
“Precise visual brain stimulation” refers to the idea that when light enters the eyes, it is converted into neural impulses that travel throughout the brain where it impacts, not only vision, but also brain mechanisms that control emotions, thoughts, physiology, and spiritual states.
By using precise wave-lengths of light (color) during interpersonal processes, the exact parts of the brain responsible for disturbances can be positively impacted. This makes it possible to achieve rapid outcomes for alleviating psychological and physical distress.
Because ETT® produces outcomes rapidly it takes fewer sessions to complete resolution issues. This results in lower overall costs for treatment.