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    Energy and fasciatherapy

    Fascias: The little known tissues The fascia did not interest biology until very recently. Officially, the first anatomic description of these tissues dates back to the 1930s in France, but generally, it is the American biochemist Ida Rolf who is credited with having been the first to study their properties, especially their “plastic” aspect, around …

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      Waking dream technique

      By Marc-Alain DESCHAMPS, University of Paris V   A waking dream is a level of consciousness, an original imaginative creation and a method of analysis and psychotherapy – all at the same time. The level of consciousness lies midway between a day dream and a night dream. Everyone indulges in dreams through the day with …

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        Art therapy

          Art therapy is a form of psychotherapy which uses artistic creation (drawing, painting, collage, sculpture, etc.) to establish contact with a person’s inner self, give expression to it and transform the person. Without being concerned about the quality or appearance of the final work, therapeutic approach consists of allowing internal images to be expressed …

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          Baby rose


            Birth is not as easy as it looks, even if often we love to believe otherwise! In fact, a number of infants don’t arrive into the world in good health and yet each one among us aspires to just one thing: to have a perfect baby, with its body formed well, its genitals in …

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            Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing  is a psychotherapy developed by Francine Shapiro, which emphasizes disturbing memories as the cause of psychopathology  and alleviates the symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder . EMDR is used for individuals who have experienced severe trauma which remains unresolved.According to Shapiro, when a traumatic or distressing experience occurs, it may overwhelm normal cognitive …

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