EMDR is a procedure based on two basic assumptions:

1.

The brain stores experiences as networks. These memories can be activated by external stimuli, usually in a way that serves a purpose, but sometimes also in a less effective way. This sometimes steers our behaviour even when we do not want it to.

2.

It is possible to link stressful memory networks with strengthening networks so that specific external stimuli do not (have to) automatically lead to further stressful experiences.

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I offer coaching, mediation and psychotherapy in the heart of Bonn.

How to proceed in EMDR?

The first step is to find, work out and anchor strengthening, helpful and above all purposeful processes in the client, so that they can be called up at any time during the process.

Only then are the stressful situations and topics dealt with. The processing of the stressful memories and the connection with strengthening networks is done through "bilateral stimulation". That means quite simply: Both halves of the brain are stimulated in rhythmic alternation by eye movement, music, or touch. What rhythm and what kind of bilateral stimulation you need is determined together in practical testing here in Bonn.

I also offer EMDR integrated in relaxation groups as an in-house measure, but not on the phone or virtually.

What is EMDR suitable for?

EMDR is excellently suited for mastering many coaching concerns, such as exam preparation and peak performance situations.

EMDR is also suitable for behavioural changes if all relevant topics linked to the formerly apprriate, but now no longer desired behaviour are well integrated in life.

This will become clear individually in a conversation between you and me and will be integrated in the course of our joint process.

SANGITA POPAT M.A.
HERSELER STRASSE 18
53111 BONN
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