Over the past 20 years, significant progress has been made in the treatment of trauma and mental suffering. Several new therapeutic techniques have emerged including the most well-known, eye movements.
These techniques were first used to relieve U.S. Army veterans of the trauma they experienced. If they visualized a combat scene while moving their eyes from left to right, the scene became less and less distressing. Many studies have since confirmed this result. A large number of subjects with post-traumatic stress experienced a considerable decrease in manifestations related to trauma.
Initially, it was thought that eye movement techniques owed their effectiveness to the phenomenon of rapid eye movement (REM, an acronym for Rapid Eye Movement). When people dream, their eyes move from right to left. As the content of dreams often reflects the problems of the day and psychological difficulties, couldn’t REM be a way for the body to overcome trauma spontaneously?
It was discovered later that hearing or touch work as well. For example, if you hear a clicking sound alternately in the right ear and left ear, you experience psychological relief. The same applies when someone alternately touches the left and right side of your body. It therefore appears that this is not limited to a visual phenomenon.
Since it is possible to experience relief without visualization, more recent theories have focused on the common factor in all treatments, the alternating of stimulation to the sides of the brain. A phenomenon specific to the bilateral stimulation of the brain seems to ease psychological pain.
While traditional forms were intended to treat traumatic memories, it is possible to extend the scope of the application of the technique to address all painful emotions. Instead of addressing troubling memories, it is possible to use these techniques to relieve psychological distress in the present moment.
This new therapy is for you. Neurotherapy integrates eye movements, rhythmic finger tapping and work with sensory sub-modalities. It offers the possibility to develop tailored solutions to eliminate what was considered uncontrollable tensions.
Neurotherapy is a catalyst for change that activates the natural ability of the psyche to find solutions. During a neurotherapy session you will not dissect complex personal problems as in a traditional psychotherapy session.
OUR NEUROTHERAPY TRAINING COURSE HAS FOR OBJECTIVE TO:
On a personal level:
- Allow you to improve your life
- Put new solutions in place
- Enable you to know yourself better and reconnect to your inner strengths
- Give you tools to accompany clients dealing with trauma
- Circumvent patients’ resistance
- Develop attitudes of openness and flexibility tailored to the client’s world
- Learn and use orientation in direction of neurology