EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) allows the manifestations of a traumatic event to be treated by repeatedly reliving it while having the patient perform eye movements or other alternating bilateral stimulations (sounds, tactile stimulations presented alternately to the right and left). Unfortunately, despite the recognised effectiveness of this therapy, it remains very painful for patients to have to relive their traumatic memories.
It is through her research in neuroscience that Dr Khalfa was able to study the neurophysiological mechanism of these alternating bilateral stimulations (visual, auditory or tactile) leading to a transformation of the traumatic memory in order to discharge it from its emotion. From the neural model developed, she was able to co-construct the MOSAIC therapy which uses the neural properties of the alternating bilateral stimulations without the patients having to relive traumatic events.
The process of change proposed in MOSAIC psychotherapy sessions is based on the use of :
→ These stimulations generate neuronal excitation and synchronization favourable to the transformation of the traumatic memory network: the reconsolidation.
Part of the field of humanistic and existential therapies, MOSAIC therapy is aimed at anyone in a situation of psychological suffering who does not want to live again the problems of the past but to move towards solutions and quickly.
This therapy is aimed at all people who are suffering, whether it is due to an emotional shock, trauma, fear, anxiety, sadness, burnout, relationship problems, etc. This therapy allows the treatment of post-traumatic stress (painful events, accidents in life, aggression, bereavement, separation, attacks, etc.), depression, generalized anxiety disorders, panic attacks, phobias, obsessive compulsive disorders, addictions, eating disorders, sleep disorders, pain, etc. ), depression, generalized anxiety disorders, panic attacks, phobias, obsessive-compulsive disorders, addictions, eating disorders, sleep disorders, pain, …
This therapy is also particularly suitable for patients with complex trauma and dissociative disorders, as it avoids the traumatic exposure that reinforces the symptoms.
MOSAIC therapy can be integrated into the practice of psychiatric, psychotherapeutic or social care conducted by :
As a practitioner, MOSAIC therapy offers you comfort and quality of intervention by protecting you from any risk of vicarious trauma, but also :
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