Stéphanie Khalfa

Stéphanie Khalfa

“In therapy session, the patient is no longer forced to dive back into their pain… With MOSAIC psychotherapy and sensory activated neural synchronization, we can now allow the patient to live out their full potential in peace and joy.”

Stéphanie Khalfa is a doctor in neuroscience and a clinical psychologist, specializing in psychotrauma.

Stéphanie Khalfa completed her doctorate in neuroscience at the Université Claude Bernard (Lyon 1), then her post-doctoral training at the Université de Montréal.
For the past 13 years, she has been involved in research on the brain mechanisms underlying the effectiveness of EMDR therapy in post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Her research has been recognized with the David Servan-Schreiber Award, 2019.
She is also a psychologist, graduate of Aix-Marseille-University and EMDR therapist, trained in Nonviolent Communication (NVC), Internal Family System (IFS), Ericksonian hypnosis and neurofeedback.
The results of her research led her to co-create MOSAIC therapy (Alternate Eye Movement and Stimulation for Brain Integration) with Dr. Guillaume Poupard (psychologist), in 2019.
Stéphanie Khalfa teaches EMDR, MOSAIC therapy and hypnosis at Aix-Marseille-University and Nice Sophia Antipolis University.
She designs and delivers general and specific training in MOSAIC therapy as well as supervision sessions for MOSAIC practitioners. is dedicated to MOSAIC therapy: training of professionals (psychologists, psychiatrists, EMDR psychotherapists, ...) and supervision by Dr. Stéphanie Khalfa.

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