Peripheral Eye Stimulation (PES)
Since Sigmund Freud introduced the id, ego, and superego over a century ago, therapists have been using “internal psychological parts” models for treatment.
Assigiolia’s subpersonalities, Watkins and Watkins ego state approach and Schwartz’s internal family systems models are only a few of them. Working with the ”inner child” is now common. While all of these have value, ETT® has produced an internal parts model that operates at an entirely new level. This PES model possess some of the following attributes:
There may be any number of internal parts that varies with each individual and their function may vary from previous parts models.
Access to each internal part can take place by literally turning a dial which causes internal parts to emerge within seconds as separate entities.
A therapist can isolate a specific internal part to work with one at a time.
Many internal parts are implicit and may not be accessible through conscious verbal dialogue but can be readily accessed by the PES technique.
PES can access specific somatic symptoms found in each internal part and often relieve it within minutes.
PES is particularly valuable for quickly reducing emotional overwhelm.
Each inner part may possess separate configurations of cognitive, affective, behavioral, somatic and perspectives.
By being able to instantly access distinct inner psychological parts, a procedure to resolve inner conflicts rapidly can be used.
Hidden positive inner resources can be accessed readily and can be used to resolve emotions and issues within minutes.
New insights frequently occur within minutes.
These attributes do not exist in any other forms of internal parts models as quickly and efficiently.
PES often accesses parts of internal psychological parts with great precision.