Deep reprocessing psychotherapy of psychological trauma

Deep reprocessing psychotherapy of psychological trauma is a directed, deep and safe body-oriented psychotherapy process. It provides access to the unconscious, frozen emotional content that is the source of many psychological and physical problems in the present.

By accessing, processing, and releasing unconscious repressed fears, limiting beliefs, and healing frozen emotional pain, you free the entire nervous system and help the body restore balance. Consequently, you step out of unconsciously accepted programs about yourself and others and re-establish a connection with the authentic part of yourself that is hidden behind the pain and fears.

Reconnecting with the authenticity in oneself has a transformative effect and brings a new perception of oneself and the world, and opens up new possibilities for a fuller and freer life.

Deep reprocessing psychotherapy of psychological trauma is a combination of various modern approaches and includes the latest findings in psychotraumatology (trauma as a physiological process with psychological consequences) and neuroscience, polyvagal theory in psychotherapy, work with detached parts and trauma integration psychotherapy according to the Aleceia method.

In deep reprocessing psychotherapy of psychological trauma, I include Brainspotting, a method that focuses even more on the origin of the trauma and deepens the process, which contributes to deeper and transformative results.

Past adaptive behaviours, repressed fears and frozen emotional contents are expressed in various symptoms: anxiety, depression, unfounded fears, phobias, guilt, shame, sadness, burnout, excessive self-criticism, low self-esteem, problems with setting boundaries and coping with emotional states, feelings of loneliness and emptiness, withdrawal from relationships, physical pain, psychosomatic illnesses, compulsive behaviours, addictions, repeated unhealthy patterns concerning oneself or others and accompanied by the feeling that life is not being lived to the fullest.

Deep psychotherapy of trauma takes place at all levels, so you perceive changes on a physical, emotional, cognitive and spiritual level, and leads to the integration of the individual as a whole.

The most common effects reported by clients:

  • A sense of deep inner connection and balance.
  • A feeling of wholeness and fullness.
  • A stronger sense of inner security and consequently a higher sense of security in relationships.
  • Events that they avoided in the past become just a memory without a threatening emotional charge.
  • A deeper sense of self-confidence and trust in one’s abilities.
  • Higher self-esteem.
  • A sense of empowerment in coping with emotional states and stressful circumstances.
  • Developing a compassionate, accepting attitude towards oneself.
  • Connection with the authentic part of self and gradually living a life based on it.
  • Connection with life energy and development of one’s spiritual life.
  • Improvement in overall psychological and physiological well-being and stronger immune system.
  • A desire for change on all levels for greater quality and fullness in life.