Psychological Study and Theory

Experiencing the My Envisioned Mind Process: research paper by Udall DeOleo, Spring 2017



After interviewing Searle for my radio show, I entered the My Envisioned Mind process as a participant and assessor.  Even though I entered the process from a scholarly examination perspective, I entered fully engaged with a focus on healing and releasing any residual trauma from anything that hinders my success, including trauma from my divorce, a previous on-again-off-again relationship, childhood issues, etcetera.   Superficially, My.EM. appears similar to other healing modalities I have experienced.  However, my intrigue with the process’s depth, speed and lack of intrusiveness piqued my curiosity to become a willing participant.

This paper examines the theoretical foundation of the My Envisioned Mind process and provides a general overview of its development.  A brief description of my journey through the nine steps of the process demonstrates aspects of the methodology.

Fifteen years ago, Beverley F. Searle of Australia developed the My Envisioned Mind (MY.EM) process out of the necessity to heal her own trauma.   The residual impact of her trauma led to a diagnosis of Dissociative Identity Disorder.  After suffering under the weight of various mood altering drugs, she researched and ultimately developed her own cure.  The resulting nine-step My.EM process has since been utilized with individuals suffering from various disorders that have been precipitated by trauma including clients suffering with schizophrenia, bi-polar disorder, BPD, panic and anxiety disorders, eating disorders, depression and addictions, as well as DID and PTSD (“The Author Beverley Searle,” 2017).

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