Rapid Change With IPT: A New Wave of Healing

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Our perception is colored by the beliefs we hold in our minds. These beliefs create our attitudes, emotions, and physiological reactions to the challenges we face in our daily lives. When we revisit our negative beliefs and clear emotional negativity, we open a space for our hearts to forgive and heal.


Whether you are acutely aware of painful experiences from the past that are in need of healing or are simply interested in releasing stress, the Integrative Processing Technique (IPT) is an adaptable, energetic healing practice that creates life-changing results.

What is the Integrative Processing Technique (IPT)?

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 an in-depth study of 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 IPT is organized in such a way that it assists the client in working through and releasing toxic emotions and outdated belief systems.


IPT accesses our innate power to change behavior, heal the body, release pain, improve feelings of happiness and well-being, and facilitate rapid reconnection in relationships and heal family patterns.

IPT is a practice-based modality

IPT is currently a practice-based modality, which means that there have been years and years of practice, research and development about the potential and benefits of IPT in healing trauma. We are now working towards having IPT empirically proven with evidence based studies that can show the powerful results of this healing technique.

How does IPT relate to current healing methods and techniques?

IPT is in line with the foremost trauma treatments of the day. These modalities include, but are not limited to, the trauma work of Bessel van der Kolk, M.D. and Janina Fisher, Ph.D. and brings healing through the blending of many methods including:

  • Behavioral Kinesiology (John Diamond, M.D.)

  • Languages and clears emotions

  • Identifies schemas (Jeffrey Young, Ph.D.)

  • Works with parts of self (Richard Schwartz, Ph.D.)

  • Brings somatic resolution (Peter Levine, Ph.D.)

  • Taps into the power of mindfulness (Jon Kabat- Zinn, Ph.D.)

  • Heightens sensorimotor body awareness (Pat Ogden, Ph.D. and Mary Jo Barrett)

  • Reinforces psychoeducation that helps clients understand the science behind the healing capability of the brain

IPT and Traditional Therapies

The Integrative Processing Technique can help to support and further the work of those in traditional counseling or therapy. IPT itself is not traditional counseling or therapy, in that it does not include diagnosing and/or prescribing medication. Instead, IPT is associated with psycho-neuro immunology (PNI). This science focuses on how our thoughts and feelings affect our health. 

For example:

  • Liver stores feelings of deep-seated sadness and anger.

  • Urinary system stores feelings of confusion about sexuality, anger, and fear.

  • Stomach is connected to feeling rejected and not being able to digest life.

  • Lungs store feelings of abandonment and feeling suffocated in controlling relationships.

  • Thyroid stores feelings and beliefs that it is never my turn.

  • Pituitary Gland is connected to a belief that nothing works for me. It is connected to faith and faithlessness.

  • Hypothalamus stores feelings of disconnection, issues with sleep, hunger, and thirst.

What are some benefits of IPT?

People from all walks of life, and all ages, have seen positive results from the Integrative Processing Technique. Individuals working with the technique have seen improvement in all areas of life, including:

  • Relationships and marriage

  • Parenting

  • Generational healing

  • Self-esteem and self-worth

  • Career satisfaction

  • Health/stress relief

  • Financial security

  • General well-being

Everything provided by The Institute of Healing Arts is intended to promote healthy lifestyles and cultivate the mind/body connection. Nothing said, done, performed, typed, printed, or produced by the Institute of Healing Arts, its officers, trainers, facilitators, employees, students, graduates or associates are meant to diagnose, prescribe, treat a disease or take the place of diagnoses by a licensed physician, psychologist, or psychiatrist.

The time is now! Change your life by healing from the inside out.



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