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Treatment methods

ImTT - Image Transformation Therapy

ImTT is a revolutionary treatment method for trauma, obsessive-compulsive disorder, depression, addictions and anxiety. Intense unpleasant feelings can be released without the patient having to live through them intensely. This prevents flooding and dissociation during treatment.
In addition, ImTT uses a new psychodynamic model ("Survival Model of Psychological Dynamics") that structures the treatment process so that both emotional and behavioral changes occur comparably quickly and gently without "conscious work."
ImTT works with various breathing and visualization exercises to gently and at the same time intensively dissolve feelings of pain, fear, guilt, inner emptiness, malaise, and feelings of worthlessness with long-term results.
ImTT is also used in the treatment of behavioral and substance addiction, where the fixation between feeling and behavior (so-called "feeling states") is dissolved. As a result, the craving for the addictive substance/behavior disappears and no "behavioral control" is necessary.
One is much better able to perform the behavior in an appropriate manner afterwards.
ImTT was developed from EMDR by Robert Miller PhD in California and is evaluated and recognized as a Psychological Treatment Method. (

Book: Image Transformation Therapy

The latest issue of Image Transformation Therapy offers even more breakthroughs in psychological treatment. These build on developments presented in previous editions. The sixth edition includes two new protocols - the Freedom Statement Protocol (FSP) and the Vocalization Protocol (VP).

The FSP identifies and resolves hidden, dysfunctional survival strategies. The VP releases unexpressed feelings that help sufferers set boundaries and develop new behaviors.

The VP is now part of the Traumatic Memory Protocol and the Social Anxiety Protocol.
A new approach to the treatment of attachment disorders has also emerged. Attachment dynamics such as anxious-insecure attachment and avoidant attachment can also be treated with ImTT.

Online therapy

Don't want to come to my office in person (COVID-19), or live too far away?
The treatment is also possible via Skype & Co.

Image transformation therapy: an interview with Dr. Robert Miller