Why choose Sophrology?

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Why choose Sophrology?

 

In addition to – but never as a replacement of – a medical or psychological treatment, the Sophrologist will work, if required, in tandem with a health care professional. Sophrology is not a substitute for medical treatment but is a precious, complementary method that provides for a different methodology and can really make a difference.

 Sophrology can help you to deal with:

  • Stress, Burnout
  • Anxiety, Mood swings
  • Depression
  • Insomnia, Sleeping difficulties
  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (M.E.)
  • Acute and chronic illnesses (irritable bowel syndrome, fibromyalgia, migraines, back pain, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, cancer)
  • Recovery after surgery
  • Addictions (tobacco, alcohol, gambling, internet)
  • Eating disorders
  • Phobia such as fear of flying
  • Surgery or medical tests
  • The difficult and emotional process of Artificial Insemination (A.I.)

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As a part of your personal journey and goal setting, should you want to:

  • Feel freer, be more conscious, more positive, more relaxed
  • Learn to be more present and to be happy
  • Reinforce positive thoughts and attitude
  • Boost your feeling of confidence and security
  • Develop self-esteem and self-worth
  • Live better with your emotions
  • Develop inner-resources and capacity to deal with personal issues
  • Strengthen your foothold in a group, society
  • Be assisted whilst managing a professional or personal project
  • Increase your ability to concentrate and feel support when preparing for an event: an exam (Bachelor, Driving License), a competition, an audition, a speech, a job interview
  • Experience your pregnancy in a state of calmness and contentment
  • Strengthen and boost your potential
  • Get support during a diet
  • Develop your creativity
  • Or just (re)discover to be happy

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  • Regain confidence
  • Manage stress
  • Deal with their emotions
  • Manage sleeping difficulties
  • Overcome fears (fear of the dark, nightmares)
  • Combat bedwetting
  • Reduce hyperactivity and concentration problems
  • Love themselves and their body
  • Explore themselves and the world
  • Manage eating disorders