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What is NARM?
What does it bring to the therapeutical process:
In NARM we work mostly in the present moment working primarily with the intrapsychic conflicts rather than focusing exclusively on personal history.
When working intrapsychically unresolved issues form personal history organically emerge.
NARM works phenomenologically, focusing on moment by moment experience in the here and now.
In NARM we encourage therapists to pay close attention to their personal dynamics.
NARM works simultaneously on all levels of experience: cognitive, emotional and somatic with psychobiological unity as a foundational element .
The NARM focus is resource oriented and looks for moments of psychological shifts towards reorganization and reconnection.
NARM is non -pathologizing and acknowledge the inherent wisdom of a clients survival strategies.
NARM ground all positive shifts toward increased connection in bodily experience.
What does it bring to the therapist:
NARM is a non-cathartic and non-regressive model.
The client is setting the intention for the work, so the energy for the work comes from the client.
The therapist established a clear understanding of what the therapist and the client are doing together.
Therapists report that using NARM they learn to reduce the pressure significantly that they often put on themselves.
NARM therapists are present and curious in exploring with the client what their symptoms are trying to communicate .
What does it bring to the client:
Clients feel seen, heard and accepted just as they are.
All parts of themselves are accepted and honoured, especially those they have learned to reject.
They are supported in reconnect with themselves and to disidentify from old beliefs and judgements.
They are supported in being aware of the survival strategies they still use in the present and how they play a role in their lives and their suffering.
Clients are supported to feel changes happening simultaneously on both on psychological and physiological levels. This supports them toward increasing embodiment in the here and now.
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What is NARM?
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