Improves OCD's analytical skills


Psychosomatotherapy, launched by Richard Meyer in the 1980s, looks at the human being as a whole, through his body and mind, and above all through the interactions that exist between them. The body is seen as a physical place that enables access to the unconscious and the ability to change. Language and touch promote awareness of psychological difficulties in order to better resolve them. As with most body psychotherapies, which include psychosomatotherapy, the psychosomatotherapist uses various techniques to access body memory: touch, verbal and physical listening, communication, relaxation, movement, breathing, and verbalization. Many disorders are treated by psychosomatotherapy: anxiety disorders (including phobia and panic attacks) OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorders), depression psychosomatic disorders existential fears shyness emotional and traumatic shocks sexual disorders This technique in particular helps to become aware of personal needs, conflicts and frustrations that have shaped the body and mind. It helps break free of false beliefs ("I suck", "I can never do it") and change the way you look at yourself.