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Vicarious learning

Vicarious learning

Whether we like it or not, others have an impact on us, just as we have an impact on them. Our social interactions determine the acquisition of new behaviors, skills, or abilities. We are endowed with an ability to observe, analyze, interpret and imitate the behaviors...

Sleep

Sleep

Nearly 15% of the French population considers that sleeping is a waste of time. However, one person in three suffers from sleep disorders. And yet, sleep plays a major role in all areas of our lives. Indeed, a good sleep is essential in learning and memorization...

Cardiac coherence

Cardiac coherence

Cardiac coherence is a breathing technique that aims to immediately decrease the heart rate in a particularly stressful situation. You can be fully involved in the regulation of your emotions in just 15 minutes a day. SUMMARY What is cardiac coherence? How does it...

School phobia

School phobia

Crying spells, aggressiveness, anger, disobedience, illnesses and repeated visits to the infirmary, strong agitation, clinging ... are all behaviors that your child has during the school period? Do the vacations seem much calmer? Does your child seem to be refusing...

Cognitive therapy: Self-observation

Cognitive therapy: Self-observation

Cognitive therapy is used to help patients transform their way of thinking, to stop interpreting the situation in a dysfunctional way. For example, when the patient sees a dog, he or she thinks directly that the dog will bite him or her. The goal of these sessions is...

Response prevention – OCD

Response prevention – OCD

Response prevention is a method of cognitive-behavioral therapy that is used for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. This module is done after the five psychotherapy sessions that precede the exposure to virtual reality and is only for people suffering from OCD. THE...

Barlow’s etiological model

Barlow’s etiological model

Barlow's etiological model is presented in the second group therapy session. This model explains the causes of phobias, anxiety, OCD... According to this model, there may be a biological hereditary vulnerability, that is, a sensitivity to anxiety that is passed on by...

Beck’s cognitive model

Beck’s cognitive model

Beck's cognitive model is taught in the second session in the treatment of anxiety disorders (toc, phobia). These sessions are often done in a group setting in order to involve the patients. Our brain works like a computer processor, its main function is data...

Gray’s neurobiological model

Gray’s neurobiological model

Psychoeducation is done during the first group therapy session and consists of explaining the patterns of anxiety for patients who are phobic, have OCD, or have generalized anxiety disorders. The models help explain the causes and mechanisms of anxiety, the goal is to...

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