Trauma Healing NARMTM
Early traumatic experiences have had a somewhat dramatic impact on our ability to really interact with ourselves and others. This limits our vitality and vibrancy and creates many psychological and physical problems.
- NARMTM (NeuroAffective Relational Model) is a psychotherapy based on physical principles for healing attachment and developmental trauma.
- The focus of NARMTM lies in taking into account the five basic needs of man: Contact, Attunement (determining and expressing one's own needs), Trust, Autonomy and Love / sexuality.
- If these needs are not met during the child's development, the identity is disturbed, resulting in low self-esteem, shame, and chronic self-condemnation.
- NARMTM promotes self-regulation, self-development, self-confidence, identity finding, liveliness and increasing relational and loving skills.
“The spontaneous movement in all of us strives for contact. No matter how withdrawn and isolated we are, despite the severity of the trauma we have experienced, there is a movement toward connectedness in each of us at the deepest level - like a plant spontaneously turning towards the sun. ”
Dr. Laurence Heller, founder of NARMTM