Our approach is basically interactional. It means that an individual is in relationship with himself, with others and with the world.


Interaction with himself , this means that he is in touch with his body, that he has emotions, that he organizes his thoughts and acquires an aptitude for making decisions.

He is obviously connected to others , which induces more or less cooperation: openness or, on the contrary, distrust.

And he situates himself in the "world" , that is to say he must come to terms with the variations of his environment and experience, for example, mergers, changes of direction, new working methods, which come to disturb his minimal his habits.

This approach is also constructive.

The reality that the individual constructs will bring out a feeling of well-being that can vary depending on the context.

The environment is our invention because there is no objective reality in itself; and the bad news is that we participate in this reality, we participate in some way in what we undergo, but the good news is that we have the ability to participate in it in other ways.

In our approach, we work on what a problem is as it always arises in an interactional way. We are first focused on the present and not on the reasons for the difficulties identified. And we consider that if a difficulty persists, it is because the way in which it is managed is not the right one.

The questions we ask ourselves are therefore: who is doing what, to whom, in what way is this a problem now?

For us, the explanations belong to the solution and not to the problem and this is where we come to the concept of attempted solutions . We then seek to identify the attempts at solutions implemented in order to block or soften them. Each individual, relying on the fruits of his experience, tends to react to a difficulty and to act on it thanks to his system of beliefs, his landmarks which can lead him to become rigid if they are overstretched or overstretched in the wrong way. moment. Certainties are then born which lead to acting "unbeknownst to one's own free will".

The work of Professor Nardone has defined 3 main categories of attempted solutions :

  • Avoidance : faced with a difficulty we avoid it, and by avoiding it we run the risk of never knowing how to do it. We can therefore end up bearing the wounds of the battles we have avoided.
  • Control : it is acting on the difficulty by anticipating, reflecting, insisting on it; we can then find ourselves in an excess that will ultimately cause us to lose control.
  • Our system of beliefs : it is our way of thinking, of not questioning ourselves, of having functional certainties. This is the typical case of the paranoid convinced that others mean him harm. The retort of the others confirms his conviction that "those others" are developing a very offensive attitude towards him and this retort confirms his conviction. Everything you believe in exists and you end up building your own trap. We will see this with the phenomenon of resistance to change.

In conclusion, I would say that we are experts in regulation, curative but above all preventive; we efficiently help to quickly overcome many problems with the company, whether control disorders, anxiety disorders, addictions, generally more collective than individual.

We are aiming for a goal of change by taking into account the global situation. We are clearly "problem-solving" oriented, which is fundamental to the approach I have just described.