The Development of the My Envisioned Mind Process
By 1998, after years of research, testing, and effort, Beverley F. Searle (Australia) developed the My Envisioned Mind (My.EM) process out of the necessity to heal her own trauma. The residual impact of her childhood traumas led to a diagnosis of Dissociative Identity Disorder. Later, after suffering under the weight of various mood-altering drugs, she researched and ultimately developed her own cure.
The resulting My.EM process has since been utilized by individuals suffering from various disorders precipitated by trauma including those suffering from schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, BPD, panic and anxiety disorders, eating disorders, depression, and addictions, as well as DID and PTSD. By 2017, Searle had also explored using it for anything that blocks or hinders an individual from accomplishing their goals, including business and weight loss.
- B.Soc.Sc. (Honors) University of South Australia
- Grad.Cert.CH. (Mental Health) Matthew Flinders University Australia
- Masters Primary Healthcare Matthew Flinders University Australia
- Volunteer of the Year of the Schizophrenia Fellowship of South Australia.
- The convenor of the ‘Our Lives Our Choices’ conference receiving the Gold Award from The Mental Health Services Conferences of Australasia for Best Consumer Achievement in 1999
- Certificate of Appreciation for services to the Community Sector from the Hon. Dean Brown; S.A. Minister of Health in 2000
Independent Researcher and Mental Health Consultant
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