Debbie Jane Wales


“There is only one way to see things until someone shows us how to look with different eyes” 
- Pablo Picasso

Multichannel Eye Movement Integration (MEMI) is a bottom-up method that addresses PTSD symptoms at their source in the limbic system using an eye movement approach. It’s primary intention is to quickly resolve sensory dysregulation around traumatic experiences and ingrained beliefs. The beauty of MEMI is it can be applied with other methods and at any stage of care ( Once relational alliance has been formed ) or used as a Stand Alone for Anchoring Resources, or Therapeutic Dissociation.

Brain research and clinical results suggest this treatment offers a more direct and effective path to PTSD symptom resolution than cognitive methods, because Irrational cognitions are automatically reorganized when somatic and sensory reactions to recalled traumas are desensitized: MEMI does not illicit re-tramatizing, nor is it considered cognitive or behavioral, but described as organic, limbic, neurological, linguistic and systemic


“Unlike other forms of psychological disorders, the core issue in trauma is reality.”

Bessel A. Van der kolk.

Debbie xo  

MEMI forms part of a Salutogenic Approach versus Pathological, maintaining the belief that our clients are resourceful and our collaborators rather than deficient and someone we need to direct.

 MEMI can be used for:-

PTSD • Negative thought trains • Insomnia • Anxiety to name a few.

Debra Jane Wales - Healer & Therapist