Anxiety disorders :
Panic disorders; Phobia; Obsessive Compulsive Disorders; Post-traumatic stress disorder; Disorders related to a state of acute stress; Generalized anxiety disorder; Light or severe anxieties issues.
Stress and Post Traumatic syndrome;
Depression; Burn-out; Bi-polarity; Dysthimia; Cyclothymia; Adjustment disorder with depressive mood.
Insomnia; Difficulties falling asleep.
Relationship difficulties :
Difficulties in communicating or expressing oneself; Timidity; Aggressiveness; Excessive sensitivity; Susceptibility.
Developmental disorders : PDD - Autism spectrum
Behavioral disorders : Hyperactivity, ADD, OCD (obsessive - compulsive disorder),
Sexual and Identity Disorders
Addictive behaviors or addictions:
Addiction to alcohol, smocking, drugs, medication; Gambling addiction; Cyber addiction.
Somatoforme (psychosomatic) and
Eating disorders :
Disorders | Issues | Symptoms
Face to face interviews
This technique is based on the notion of unconsciousness but also awareness. The objective is reduction or disappearance of the symptoms, the suffering and the appearance of better adaptation, by strengthening the defense mechanisms and clarifying internal conflicts.
The therapies can be brief, in response to reactive problems or longer to re-establish self-confidence and strengthen the person's abilities.
The analytical treatment
Based on notions of unconsciousness, transference and infantile sexuality, this therapeutic method allows to bring repressed memories back to the conscious level, in order to explain the unconscious conflicts at the origin of the disorders.
These therapies are long term, with several sessions per week and are not necessarily suitable for everyone.
Cognitive and behavioral therapies (CBT)
Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is a brief therapy that aims to replace negative ideas and maladaptive behaviors with thoughts and reactions in line with reality. The practice is partly based on the functional analysis of the problem, with the updating of triggers, interior monologues related to it, and of course "compulsive" behaviors. Then, on the development of goals, which essentially consist of a certain number of specific tasks to be accomplished.
CBT helps to gradually overcome disabling symptoms, such as: rites and verifications, stress, avoidance and inhibitions, aggressive reactions, or distress at the origin of psychic suffering.
CBT is indicated for anyone in pain.