EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) Psychotherapy

helps a person deal with emotional distress symptoms that are the result of disturbing adverse experiences or situations. EMDR therapy alleviates the discomfort associated with difficult memories of the past, the difficulties of the present, and the future's worries. Through EMDR Therapy, emotional discomfort, problematic beliefs about ourselves, others, and the world change as the person's distress reduces.

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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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