Different approaches to psychotherapy and psychology
Within their practice, Marie-Rose and Michel Poinsart offer you:
- Individual therapies, which can be held in English, allow patients to work on their emotions, and on how to recognise them and better understand them. These sessions also allow patients to grasp the origin of their unease, to tame it and to define it. We all try to come closer to the unknown part of our own self. Individual therapies are also a trans-generational approach which allows patients to take another look at their history, to make peace with it. They can try to solve the conflicts inside them, which still have an impact on their everyday life and on the relationship with themself and the others.
- Couple’s therapy means to approach the difficulties that appear from the third entity in the couple – the couple itself –, beyond the people who compose it.
- Family approaches: the work is about the family cell, and it can involve the grand-parents' generation. These approaches often allow patients to highlight the difficulties of one or more family members. They allow them to unearth anterior family secrets that remain in the present generation.
- But also: short, cognitive-behavioural, emotional, therapies, full self-conscious therapies.