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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.



ONLINE Depth Treatment Seminar
January 3, 17 and 31th. 2020.
Teacher: Asha Clinton, MSW, PhD.

AIT Basics Seminar
February 14, 15 and 16, 2020.
Paris, France.
Teacher:  Francois Rey.

AIT Basics Seminar
February 27, 28 and 29, 2020.
Guatemala City
Teachers:  Miriam Cardona and Gladys de González


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NEWS – The Latest in AITI

Online AIT Teacher training in english
AIT Teacher Ruth Córdova will be giving the AIT Teacher Training in English, online, starting on January 2020.



Happy New Year 2020

May your 2020 be a year in which your traumatic load gets smaller because it is being treated. A message from AITI Board for this 2020.


First AIT Basics Seminar in France

AITI is pleased to announce the release of the first promotion and the first 11 AIT therapists trained in France, this past June 2019.



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.

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AITI´s Humanitarian Aid Program aims to provide therapeutic assistance and resolution to communities who have lived through a crisis or natural disaster. Read about the team, actions, objectives, needs and symptoms.

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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.

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