For the patient as well as for the practitioner, MOSAIC therapy invites to approach the process differently, with serenity and enthusiasm.

This therapy is based on a precise protocol and solid neuroscientific foundations.

Theoretical foundations of MOSAIC therapy

> In therapy, it is possible and relevant to avoid exposing patients to additional suffering, and to avoid having them “relive” painful events in their lives during the session.
> MOSAIC focuses on the solutions already present in the patient’s life, by activating body sensations.

The posture of MOSAIC therapy

> MOSAIC therapy renews the protocols of psychotherapy, EMDR therapy and sensory stimulation techniques.
> MOSAIC therapy combines the contributions of other psychotherapies: EMDR, Hypnosis, Non-Violent Communication (NVC), ego-state therapy, Internal Family System (IFS), polyvagal theory (Porges), mind-body therapies, focusing, etc.
> Advances in neuroscience research on the effect of alternating bilateral stimulations, such as those used in EMDR, have made it possible to build a theoretical and technical model of the effectiveness of these stimulations in psychotherapy.

The benefit of MOSAIC therapy

> You propose solutions to your patients/clients
> You get out of the problem space to conduct sessions without any risk of retraumatization for your patients/clients
MOSAIC therapy offers you comfort and quality of intervention by protecting you from any risk of vicarious trauma.
> During the session, you avoid dissociative phenomena, abreactions and suffering.
> The MOSAIC protocol is precise; it facilitates the learning of the method and the subsequent conduct of the sessions.

> The MOSAIC therapy trainings and supervision proposed by Dr. Khalfa are enriched with a neuroscientific orientation and “reading keys”.
> This observation and understanding of the patient’s brain function is central to the therapeutic action and scope of MOSAIC.

Training hours are from 9:30 am to 5:30 pm.
All supervision dates can be done on a half-day basis.

Registration is possible until the day before the training, depending on availability.

Dr. Khalfa is a clinical psychologist and neuroscientist, specializing in psychotrauma. In addition to the training and supervision she offers, and in collaboration with the Conception Hospital in Marseille and the Montfavet Hospital in Avignon, Dr. Khalfa is conducting clinical and neuroscientific studies demonstrating the therapeutic effectiveness of MOSAIC and characterizing its neuronal modes of action.
She is also supervising a doctoral thesis in psychology dedicated to this research.

The group training modules for MOSAIC therapy take place over 1 to 4 days, in Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur.
The training hours are from 9:30 am to 5:30 pm.
All supervision dates can be done on a half-day basis.

> MOSAIC therapy reference (4 days)

Reference module, prior to the specialization modules, providing the neurophysiological and psychological bases of MOSAIC therapy and the reference protocol.

> MOSAIC therapy, supervision and group practice

Module of supervision and practice of the MOSAIC reference protocol and the different specializations.

> MOSAIC therapy, specialization in complex trauma (3 days)

Specialization module deciphering the neurophysiological, clinical and psychological mechanism of complex trauma to adjust the MOSAIC protocol to complex trauma.

> MOSAIC therapy, specialization in depression (2 days)

Specialization module presenting the vigilance points and specificities of the MOSAIC protocol applied to depression.

> MOSAIC therapy for anxiety disorders – OCD (generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, phobias, obsessive-compulsive disorders) (3 days)

Specialization module allowing the adjustment of intervention strategies for anxiety disorders and OCD with the MOSAIC protocol.

> MOSAIC therapy, Addiction specialization (2 days)

Specialization module to adjust the MOSAIC protocol to the treatment of addictions.

> MOSAIC Therapy for Children and Adolescents (4 days)

Specialization module to adjust the MOSAIC protocol to the treatment of children and adolescents.

> MOSAIC Transpersonal (3 days)

Training module independent of the reference cycle.
Elements of neuroscience of transpersonal experiences (technical input and experimentation).

For which professionals??
MOSAIC can be integrated into the practice of psychiatric care, psychotherapy or social assistance conducted by :
– psychiatrists, physicians, psychologists, psychotherapists,
– Professionals working in the field of helping relationships or professional retraining, who are or have been trained in psychotherapy/psychology: nurses, physiotherapists, midwives, specialized educators, psychopractitioners, …
– Specialists in the field of psychotrauma: teachers, researchers, practitioners, …

Next training courses

– in the respect of the sanitary constraints in force –

Training hours are from 9:30 am to 5:30 pm.

For half-day supervisions, the hours are 9:30am – 1pm and 2pm – 5:30pm.


  • MOSAIC therapy of reference
  • MOSAIC Therapy Specializations
  • Transpersonal MOSAIC Therapy
  • MOSAIC therapy – Group supervision

Individual supervision:

Dr. Stéphanie Khalfa (RV at or tel: (33)6 89 99 07 12)

Nombre de participant.e.s :
20 personnes (ou 30 personnes avec un assistant)
Tarif :
200 € / jour
Formatrice :
Dr Stéphanie Khalfa, co-fondatrice de MOSAIC.

** For the specialization modules, it is necessary to have followed the reference MOSAIC therapy module; only the “Transpersonal MOSAIC” therapy module can be followed independently.
Dates can be added by videoconference or in other cities, and countries on request if a group is formed.

Description of the validation procedure of the training
“Practicing MOSAIC therapy in the helping relationship

Please note !

Individual supervisions can be arranged directly with Dr. Stéphanie Khalfa.
Tel: (33)6 89 99 07 12

For all registrations
to one of the MOSAIC training modules
> Ms. Ophélia Lefebvre
Tel : (33)7 82 59 21 49
Each application is studied. is dedicated to MOSAIC therapy: training of professionals (psychologists, psychiatrists, EMDR psychotherapists, ...) and supervision by Dr. Stéphanie Khalfa.

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