What is Psychotherapy & Systemic Psychotherapy & EMDR
The aim of psychotherapy is to alleviate mental suffering, to help in life crises, to change behavior and attitudes, to promote one's own potential and personal development and health.
Systemic psychotherapy is an independent psychotherapeutic process that recognizes people as individuals, but is integrated into a system (family, professional and social environment). A person's health and illness, as well as their personal quality of life, are seen in connection with their relevant relationships and concepts of life.
Systemic psychotherapy is based on a person's strengths and abilities. That is why clients are seen as “experts on themselves”, whose autonomy should be protected and whom the therapist treats with respect, impartiality and curiosity.
EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is a trauma processing method, by Dr. Francine Shapiro in 1989-1991 which, aside from trauma, can also be used to treat anxiety, panic attacks, phobias and so on.