A New Healthcare Model


An Adaptive Healthcare Protocol

Evaluating the physical, emotional and psychological dysfunctions are crucial. The data collected will be used to develop the 10Day Programto be applied as a short-term format. This human-centered healing  approach wants to address participants' essential aspects of their well-being in the physical, mental,

emotional, social and spiritual areas of their lives.  


Putting word on the unspeakable

Some terrifying events that take place in childhood cannot be

contextually processed by the child and remain as a

dissociated memory on the symbolic level with no cognitive,

linguistic description associated with it. This memory can be retrieved

for treatment through various specific methods such as EMDR

or other specific guided artistic therapeutic activities. This allows the memory to be externalized on the symbolic level so a narrative can be created and the significance can be cognitively reframed to facilitate the reprogramming of the traumatic emotions characterizing it.

The EMDR & EMDR-IGTP Protocol

The calming effect of bilateral eye movement on emotional arousal has been known for many ages across various cultures. It is in the 1990s that the healing protocol Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) was developed in the United States. This 8-stage protocol combines bilateral eye movements -or bilateral physical/sensory stimuli- with the cognitive retranscription of memories associated with complex and painful emotions, images and thoughts. Several derivatives of the protocol have been developed and are commonly and efficiently used throughout the world.


Since its creation, EMDR has been applied under several modified forms. Nonetheless, the positive and therapeutic effects observed in the application of each derivate format remains incontestable. INNTRA bases its Healing&Care Program on the traditional utilization of EMDR and its group form application, known as Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing-Integrative Group Treatment Protocol (EMDR-IGTP)*, a scientifically recognized EMDR variable developed by a research team in Mexico in 1997. 

Multidisciplinarity and Treatment: A Promising Approach with Scalable Returns 

The EMDR treatment combined with specifically chosen healing and stabilizing techniques allow the participants to reprocess any traumatic and anxiety related memory into a more adaptive sensory and cognitive narrative corresponding to their age and assimilation capacity.

The unique combination of these carefully selected therapeutic methods will mobilize both hemispheres of the brain simultaneously in order to generate new, yet, carefully guided visual, auditory, sensory and kinesthetic neuronal connections. These new connections will activate a series of resilience markers that the child or the adult can access, sustainably develop and reinforced.

-WHO Traditional Medicine Strategy 2014-2023 (2013)

-Shapiro, F. (2014). The Role of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy in Medicine: Addressing the Psychological and Physical Symptoms Stemming from Adverse Life Experiences. The Permanente Journal, 18(1), 71-77. 

-Tripp, T. (2007). A Short Term Therapy Approach to Processing Trauma: Art Therapy and Bilateral Stimulation. Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 24:4, 176-183.

-Mollon, F. (2005). EMDR and the Energy Therapies: Psychoanalytic Perspectives. Karnac.