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Mindful Interbeing Mirror Therapy

led by Alessandro Carmelita, Marina Cirio

MIMT sessions take place in front of a large mirror. Mindful Interbeing Mirror Therapy (MIMT) is a cutting-edge approach in which the patient and the therapist are both in front of a mirror and interact with their reflected image.
This unique method is based on integrating the latest neuroscience research with clinical findings supporting its effectiveness and validity. Watch videos of sessions with real patients, gaining an understanding of the procedures and interventions that are linked to theoretical notions which you will also explore.

Language: 🇬🇧 English
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Learning Outcomes
  • The construction of the Self during development as an intersubjective process
  • The dissociation of the traumatised Self and the tools for integration
  • Using the mirror in psychotherapy and the strengthening of the relationship with the Self and the Other
  • MIMT in action: sharing the gaze in the mirror as a tool towards deep emotional attunement and early trauma reparation
  • The development of self-compassion as a therapeutic goal to overcome the fracture in the relationship with the Self
  • The notion of interbeing: a deep connection with everything surrounding us
Course Breakdown:

The landscape of contemporary psychotherapy includes a wide range of different approaches. Interventions for difficult and traumatised patients mainly focus on the process of dissociation/integration of the personality parts originated by traumatic experiences. The traumatised Self is built by means of attachment relationships, early traumatic experiences and consequent dissociative phenomena.

We can look at psychological struggles through the lenses of two interrelated indicators: the level of integration of the Self and the person’s ability to have a relationship with the outer world. Based on this assumption, psychotherapy is more and more seen as an intervention to integrate the dissociated parts into a cohesive Self. The therapeutic relationship thus plays a key role in repairing dissociated states resulting from early or later relational trauma, more or less severe.

Mindful Interbeing Mirror Therapy (MIMT) is a cutting-edge approach in which the patient and the therapist are both in front of a mirror and interact with their reflected image. This unique method is based on integrating the latest neuroscience research with clinical findings supporting its effectiveness and validity.

The construction of the Self and the construction of a relational world are two parallel processes belonging to individual development, the starting point of which is self-recognition in the mirror – a foundation stone of the construction of the identity – and the ability to recognise the other’s emotional states within the relationship. Therefore, the mirror is a unique tool to reconstruct a cohesive Self that is in relationship with the other.

Over the years dedicated to studying, developing and adjusting this approach, MIMT proved to be an innovative and highly accelerated method to create a connection between patient and therapist, which eases the integration between different Selves, allowing the patient to experience a deep form of truly transformative self-compassion.
The webinar is going to provide you with an overview of the foundational theory of the MIMT approach. Furthermore, clinical videos will be presented to illustrate some of the most significant aspects of the intervention.

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Alessandro Carmelita

Dr. Alessandro Carmelita is an Italian psychotherapist and psychologist in London with over 20 years’ experience in the clinical and sports psychology fields. He qualified in Cognitive Therapy before training with international experts in Schema Therapy, Emotionally-Focused Therapy and Accelerated Dynamic Psychotherapy. Dr. Carmelita gained his degree in Clinical Psychology at Padua University of Clinical Psychology in 1999. Since then, he has completed specialist training in Cognitive Therapy at APC Rome, Schema Therapy at the Schema Therapy Institute of NY, Emotionally Focused Therapy for Couples at the Ackherman Institute of NY, and Accelerated Experiential-Dynamic Psychotherapy at ISC International. Dr. Carmelita has trained and mentored hundreds of fellow therapists internationally. He is a compassionate therapist and co-creator of the pioneering Mindful Interbeing Mirror Therapy.

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Marina Cirio

Marina Cirio is a Psychologist and a Psychotherapist. She has enriched her professional training with recent contributions in the field of Psychotherapy and Neuroscience. She has developed Mindful Interbeing Mirror Therapy (MIMT) together with Alessandro Carmelita, thus contributing to expand both the clinical implications and the research work on the therapeutic interventions that can be used with different types of patients. After using this innovative approach for years, Dr. Cirio is going to conduct – together with Dr. Carmelita – a new training course in MIMT that will allow many other therapists to learn and understand this new way of relating to clients, which can facilitate a real and profound change.

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Mindful Interbeing Mirror Therapy

​​The webinar will offer an overview of the foundational theory of Mindful Interbeing Mirror Therapy, a revolutionary approach in which the patient and the therapist are both in front of a mirror and interact with their reflected image. This unique method is based on the integration of the latest neuroscience research with clinical findings supporting its effectiveness and validity.

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