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Experiential Integrative Process

The Experiential Integrative Process is a psychotherapeutic intervention process developed by Psychologist Marco Mendes. It is not a new approach to psychotherapy but a way to guide psychotherapy understanding attachment history as the history of our emotion development. Right brain to Right Brain connection, using therapeutic relationship to soothe and regulate, and moment by moment experiences are some of the main charactheristics of the method.

We understand attachment as an important system connected to security, caring and exploration but we wanna highlight affect regulation as the primary one. Without affect, there would be no attachment. We wanna focus on attachment histories and episodes to capture emotions and their need. The core goal is helping clients to reorganize their attachment system through emotional interventions. The first step is to create a secure bond between client and therapist. Across time, therapist can be an attachment figure to clients, that helps them  to explore the world and themselves, helping them to create an internal sense of security and identity , relying on themselves and reaching out for others when necessary.

Experiential Integrative Process can be seen as an attachment emotion focused intervention. It has all to do with EFT principles adding a more relational approach and even more proximity between therapist and client.

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