EMOTIONAL TRANSFORMATION THERAPY


Emotional Transformation Therapy (ETT), a therapeutic method incorporating the use of light, color wavelengths, and eye movements which aims to rapidly transform emotional distress and related physical pain into a positive emotional state. In  ETT, neural impulses are used in conjunction with specific forms of eye movement and stimulation to target these uncomfortable emotional and physical states in the corresponding areas of the brain.

In the ETT method, the brain is stimulated with lights and colours (used by a specialized machine) in order to reshape the neural impulses affecting the brain and the nervous system. The therapist observes the emotional responses of the person in therapy and helps facilitate productive regulation through verbal cues meant to induce rapid emotional and behavioral changes.Discoveries in light therapy show particular wavelengths of light to be able to help transform a person’s emotional state when administered properly.