Confronted with traumatic events most people do not believe that the world is a safe place any more. Our goal is to help these people to rediscover their inner balance. The assistance is based on a holistic approach, on treating the person as a whole.
The rehabilitation programs have three fundamental objectives:
valorization of the internal resources of the beneficiary
awareness of personal needs and boundaries
identification of modalities and solutions to overcome stressful situations.
In order to help our beneficiaries we use:
individual and family counseling;
psycho - emotional support and crisis intervention;
individual, family and group psychotherapy;
medical consultations with the psychiatrist.
Psychological counseling is a form of intervention addressed to people in a crisis situation. The counselor helps the client to keep the situation under control and to find solutions to the problems he/she faces. Counseling is focused on developing useful practical skills.
The psychotherapy is focused on inner suffering (sadness, anxiety, pain, fear, panic attacks, etc.). During therapy, different methods and techniques are used including cognitive behavioral therapy, trauma processing through eyes movement therapy (EMDR), narrative therapy, storytelling through gradual exposure, etc. The duration of the therapeutic process is different and depends of the problem's depth, severity and length. The openness, flexibility and cooperation of the person seeking help are also important factors.
If necessary, people can benefit from the combination of both: psychotherapeutic treatment and medical and physical rehabilitation activities: physiotherapy, massage; thermotherapy, Ceragem, etc.
During the therapeutic program, with the support of the therapist, beneficiaries will follow three basic steps:
1) Training of skills to manage emotions and tension felt in the moments when you remember the traumatic event (through applying body relaxation techniques, breathing exercises, Mindfulness, etc.)
2) Coping with traumatic memories, guided by therapist, and integration of the traumatic experience (through different methods and techniques, including gradual exposure, cognitive behavioral therapy, etc.).
3) Learning to address traumatic events from another perspective, in order to give them meaning and to effectively manage traumatic experiences. This allows beneficiaries to become the person they want to be: confident, balanced, a person that is able to overcome any obstacle or challenge and to create a successful future for themselves.
To make an appointment please call: (+373 22) 27 32 22; (+ 373 22) 27 06 19
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