Emotion-Image Therapy

Workshops on techniques of emotion-image therapy (EIT) showcase in-depth work with the unconscious part of the mind.


Emotion-Image Therapy

Workshops on techniques of emotion-image therapy (EIT) showcase in-depth work with the unconscious part of the mind.

Four hours every month

Once a month, we delve deep into one technique. Every time it is a new topic but always to learn applied skills and analyze the main approaches to work.

Benefit and practice

Workshops are built on real-life cases. The method is demonstrated with explanations of each stage. Diagnostic exercises also identify destructive beliefs in one’s own mental space.

Therapeutic effect

Workshops include therapy blocks for participants: group therapy and a “hot seat”. You will spend time in safe and accepting space where you can manifest and be yourself.

We’ll learn how images work

Emotion-image therapy is a method of dialogue with the unconscious. The targets for this method are chronic negative emotional states, and the means of their correction are images as a projection of what is happening in internal mental space.

Transformation of images efficiently resolves psychological and psychosomatic problems.

Using client cases, we’ll analyze how unconscious convictions manifest and what are the mechanisms of their transfer

Kateryna Hurina

Psychologist, EIT therapist

Member of Ukrainian National Psychological Association and American Psychological Association (АРА).

Psychologist at Next to You, a charity project helping women survivors of sex crimes and torture committed by the Russian military (war criminals).  

EIT method belongs to psychodynamic domain and therefore works deep where other methods may not reach

We start on 23 December 2023

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23 December 2023

12:00 PM –
4:00 PM

Workshop No. 1: “Ban on Life”

Sometimes the ban on life is passed down from generation to generation, in other cases it may enter a person’s mental world as a “curse” in adult age, or it may be accepted in childhood as an unconscious non-verbal message from parents or teachers.  

The consequences of internal ban on life are the feelings of worthlessness, depressive states, destructive behavior, self-aggression, addictions, and hidden suicidal thoughts.   

The language of such people contains the following statements: “I don’t see the meaning anymore”, “I don’t believe I’m worth more”, “I’m used to tolerating stuff”, “I am unable to feel joy”, “It looks like I am killing myself”, “I am tired of failures”, etc.  

During the therapy, the search for underlying reason often points to destructive beliefs, the main being the “don’t live” directive.   

Working out the “right to life” can become a turning point in the therapy. At the workshop you’ll see how it happens.  

This course is developed for Ukrainian-speaking audience. For English-speaking patients, the description is for informative purposes only. You can always request the price of a video recording or other course materials with translation into English.

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