Welcome to The Advanced Integrative Therapy Institute
Advanced Integrative Therapy (AIT) is a powerful yet gentle treatment that heals body, psyche, and spirit. AIT easily removes the aftereffects of a trauma, strengthening the individual by instilling positive qualities and productive beliefs.
Become one of over 2,000 AIT-trained therapist teachers from Argentina, Austria, Bulgaria, Canada, Denmark, El Salvador, England, France, Germany, Greece, Guatemala, Honduras, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, Nicaragua, Poland, Switzerland and The United States of America.
How to handle the crisis: Click HERE for some tools and information.
AIT ONLINE Seminars
Special Prices 50% discount
MAP Seminar. In Spansh.
August 8, 9 and 15. 2020.
Teacher: Ruth Córdova.
AIT Basics Seminar. In Spanish.
August 21, 22 and 23, 2020.
Teacher: Michelle Binford and Cristina Martínez
AIT Presence Seminar. In Spanish.
September 5, 12 and 19, 2020.
Teacher: Ruth Córdova
NEWS – The Latest in AITI
A letter for all AIT Teachers
If you are and AIT Teacher, please read this letter from Asha Clinton.
AITI: Building peace and equality.
The Advanced Integrative Therapy Institute and its practitioners and teachers all over the world deeply deplore prejudice and the violence that too often comes with it.
Orientation and Self-care in the COVID-19 Pandemic:
Application of Advanced Integrative Therapy (AIT) Trauma Treatment for Psychotherapeutic Practitioners
By Dr Asuka Yamashina
AIT Teacher and Supervisor, Chartered Counselling Psychologist
Video and PDF file: Three simple ways to treat covid-19 anxiety, fear and trauma – and any other anxieties, fears, stresses and traumas too. By Asha Clinton. MSW. Ph D. Developer of AIT.
AIT crisis work
AITI wants to share with all AIT Therapist some tools and information about how to handle the crisis we all are going through.
Free Webinar and Videos about AIT
Free webinars and Immune System Mobilization Process:
English, Spanish and French. March 2020.
A draft formulation of similarities and differences between AIT and EMDR
The purpose of this paper was to explore the similarities and differences between EMDR and AIT as a base for further discussion with colleagues. Please note this paper does express our own personal experiences and observations.
A group of experienced AIT Therapists, with the help of Caritas foundation started travelling to Alotenango, in Guatemala, to help and support survivors from the volcano tragedy.