Emdr Therapy: a successful example on Nyctophobia

Psychologist Enise Öziç

Psychologist Enise Öziç from the Medical Park Psychology Polyclinic:

Ms. Z. She had a death phobia. She was also afraid of the darkness.
However, she resorted to us with complaints such as irritability, fear of being alone, and introversion.
Besides her psychological complaints, her hair was completely shed.

Ms. Z. Medical Park Psychiatry Outpatient Clinic Dr. she applied to Zekeriya Bahçe and was directed to our Psychology Outpatient Clinic one month after starting the drug treatment.

Psychologist Enise Öziç

As a result of the depersonalization of traumatic memories that were processed after each session, it was observed that they started to remember the memories that they could not remember. Our patient remembered the negative memories, but now does not bother him.
 
 Enise Öziç:

Drug therapy (Antidepressant) Our psychiatry physician has phased out. After a few months and a year later, his fears and problems did not recur.
As evidenced by Zeynep S.’s psychotherapy, Emdr therapy can make a person’s life more functional and can strengthen the personally.
 

When the sessions are over, Zeynep says that she no longer has the fears of death and darkness.

Zeynep S.:

I thought everyone would die at midnight, I was very afraid, I can say that this therapy carried me from hot sand to cool waters. It’s nice to deal with normal life problems rather than the ones we create in our minds. It’s nice to sleep at night and wake up in the morning. Thanks to EMDR I’m enjoying my life better than ever.

Source: http://www.dengegazetesi.com.tr/emdr-terapisi-ile-korkularini-yendi-120681h.htm

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Marilyn Walker
Marilyn Walker
I am studying in Florida about Dialectic Behavioral Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. I'm doing research on Neuro-Emotional Technique (NET), Cognitive psychology, Metacognitive Therapy.
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