The Immanuel Approach was developed by the Board Certified Psychiatrist, Dr. Karl Lehman, M.D., to help people connect with Jesus in a living-interactive manner facilitating the processing of painful, traumatic memories and wounds. The basic Immanuel Approach process and tools can be learned in a matter of hours, however it takes a lifetime to master the intermediate and advanced techniques.
 
We are offering a basic training on January 12 and an intermediate/advanced training on January 19. REGISTER HERE

WHO SHOULD ATTEND? *Taken from deeperwalkinternational.org website

Christian lay people. For mature believers who already have some training and experience with the Immanuel Approach, and who already have a good awareness of your own emotional and spiritual strengths and weaknesses – the intermediate-advanced principles and tools presented in this conference will help you keep moving forward, with respect to both your own healing and growth and your ministry to others.
People in ministry. The primary objective of the Immanuel approach to life is improving the depth and quality of our connection with God, and the Immanuel approach to emotional healing is the easiest, safest, and most effective method that we are aware of for resolving traumatic memories. The Immanuel approach to life and the Immanuel approach to emotional healing are perfectly suited for those in ministry, and especially for those in Christian emotional healing ministry. For people in ministry who already have some training and experience with the Immanuel Approach, the intermediate and advanced principles and tools presented in this conference will help you take the next step in increasing your effectiveness.
Christian mental health professionals. In developing the Immanuel approach, Dr. Lehman and Dr. Wilder have carefully integrated truth from scripture, observations from their combined 60+ years of clinical experience, and brain research regarding trauma, memory, and the neurological pathways for processing painful experiences. The Immanuel approach to emotional healing is also consistent with many of the principles and techniques from the psychotherapies with the most empirical research support, such as cognitive therapy, exposure therapy, and eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR). Furthermore, in our experience, the Immanuel approach to emotional healing has been the easiest, safest, and most effective method for resolving psychological trauma. For mental health professionals who already have some training and experience with the Immanuel Approach, the intermediate and advanced principles and tools presented in this conference will help you keep moving forward with respect to faith-based psychotherapy work.