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Deep Memory Process

What is Deep Memory Process?

It was developed by Roger J. Woolger, Ph.D (, a Jungian analyst who extensively studied and practiced several models of psychotherapy and body therapy. 

DMP brings attention to that "unfinished business", to those unseen issues, patterns and unhappy memories that affect your life and perhaps prevent you from living it to its full. It is a regression therapy that transforms and releases trauma from the body, emotions and mind in one single process.

How can D.M.P. help you?

D.M.P is a therapy that can help many issues, and it has been successfully used in treating difficulties in:

  • interpersonal relationships and fractured families
  • issues of self-esteem and personal empowerment
  • scars from adult or childhood sexual abuse
  • all forms of domestic and urban violence
  • post-traumatic reactions to war, torture and devastating loss

How does D.M.P. work?

You will be invited to explore whatever problem you want to work with.

In a stable environment you will be helped, if needed, to:

  • recognise any main issues or complexes affecting your life
  • journey in time to resolve any childhood traumas you may have
  • relive and resolve emotional conflicts through healing psychodramas
  • develop awareness of deep memories so you can release them from your body
  • let go of old unwanted patterns and influences from your family - Ancestral healing.
  • clear your energetic mind of negative influences

How Long does the Process Last?

A typical D.M.P. session lasts about one hour and a half. This includes enough time for integration and processing the work you have done. Usually a series of sessions is recommended but occasionally radical changes can occur in only one or two sessions. 

DMP can be used as a therapy technique for specific complaints, it also works well in conjunction with other ongoing therapy sessions. Finally DMP can be integrated in ongoing therapy sessions and used individually when appropriated for the person in question.

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