EMDR Psychotherapy

is a very interesting and complex approach that incorporates the wisdom of many other types of therapies. Most people recognize this type of therapy as eye movement (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing - EMDR). In contrast to this simplistic view, the EMDR approach is a comprehensive intervention plan which promotes the prevention and rehabilitation of many psychological issues.

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What is Neurofeedback

Neurofeedback is a form of biofeedback which has been widely researched over the past few decades. Neurofeedback is also known as EEG biofeedback. During a session, the client’s brainwaves are recorded with the use of the electroencephalograph. The wave signal is returned in both a visual and auditory format to the client via a program with the aim of improving brain regulation control and function.

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Psychological Support

The basic purpose of psychotherapy is to understand ourselves and to acquire a satisfying quality of life. The therapeutic process can help individuals see themselves as complete human beings with both strong and weak points, in a clearer light. Its goal is to develop a healthy ego and to highlight each individual’s authentic self.

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How EMDR works?

EMDR interview Francine Shapiro

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