Build a Strong Emotional Core in 2022
NOW IS THE TIME!
WHAT WE DO
"The Institute of Healing Arts (IHA) is dedicated to supporting individuals and families heal patterns of emotional imbalance through emotional health education, including online and in-person certification courses, supplemental classes, and one-on-one Integrative Processing Technique (IPT) sessions. Everything provided by the Institute of Healing Arts is intended to promote healthy lifestyles and cultivate the mind/body connection."
What We Provide
For Career/Personal Growth
In-Class or Home Study
Our certification courses are designed at different levels to meet your career/personal growth needs.
In-person or Online
For All Ages
In-person or Over-the-Phone
We offer sound baths, art classes, children's classes, IPT introduction classes, and more!
Schedule an Integrative Processing Technique Session with a certified facilitator or with a current student.
What is the Integrative Processing Technique?
A NEW WAVE OF HEALING
The Integrative Processing Technique (IPT) is a 4-step process that utilizes behavioral kinesiology and the intelligence of the body to identify the age of origination where past unresolved trauma needs to be addressed. IPT is a blend of many modalities including behavioral kinesiology, guided imagery, role play, inner child work, visualization, and psycho-neuro immunology. IPT is organized in such a way that it assists the client in working through and releasing toxic emotions and outdated belief systems.
What People Say
April L. Bennett, LMFT
“As a psychotherapist, I love using IPT in my practice. One of my colleague's clients transferred to me per the mother’s request. This client could not sit still, did not have boundaries, and could not stay focused. After about five months of work, including IPT sessions, my colleague and I held a conjoint session where she could see the changes this client had made. She could not believe this responsive, more regulated client was the same person. IPT creates movement for change, and clients express gratitude for this more effective type of therapy.”