Given the very serious consequences of IDD and their association with repeated childhood trauma, there is an urgent need to do much more to identify and protect…
Given the very serious consequences of IDD and their relationship to recurrent childhood trauma, much more needs to be done to identify and protect children concerned, therefore at risk of developing this type of disease. Is. But research should also continue, because “Currently, there are very few studies on the effectiveness of treatments, or they are in progress”Sorry, Eric Binet, clinical psychologist and president of the Association Francophone du Trauma et de la Dissociation (AFTD).
“But whatever therapy is engaged, it is a step-by-step process that is internationally recommended”, say psychologists. At the rate of one or two weekly sessions, psychotherapy aims to help the individual build associations between the changes that accompany them, learning to live on a daily basis.
Step 1: Establish a relationship of trust with the practitioner. Step 2: Give the device to the patient
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