Individuals who have developed attachment disorders lack optimal interpersonal response to their emotional distress. Personalization of one’s history leads to poor emotional regulation, and this can result in several disorders.
Emotional Transformation Therapy utilizes recognition, empathy, sensory connection, validation, and praise as therapeutic responses to the client’s lack of optimal interpersonal responses to their distress. Emotional Transformation Therapy draws on research from attachment theory, polyvagal theory, peripheral eye stimulation, interpersonal psychotherapy, neurobiology as well as process colour theory. Scientific research tells us that colour perception can affect and change our emotional state.
By emitting wavelength (colour) in the client’s visual field at different points, this therapy can quickly access the parts of the brain involved in the emotional distress. Emotional Transformation Therapy offers transformation of distressing emotional states and have been shown to treat mental health conditions in this way.