Psychomotor Therapy (PMT) is an experiential form of therapy. Your experience, the meaning you give to experiences and the way in which you treat yourself, your body and others are central. At PMT you can research, experience and experiment with new behavior on the basis of body- and movement-oriented methods in a safe context; so feeling and doing more than just talking. Through this embodiment, PMT appears to be able to work as a catalyst for your psychological process at the psychologist and psychiatrist.
The goal of PMT is to better recognize your own body signals, emotions and needs and to value them and use them as a source of information. You also learn to understand yourself better and to gain more control over your complaints by linking body signals to emotions, thoughts and behaviour. By having your head, heart and body work together in a more coordinated way, you can reduce complaints, improve your well-being and increase the acceptance of complaints. Naturally, the PMT will always match your request for help with Focus GGZ and your options as a client.
We only work with highly experienced professionals who are always up to date with the latest developments in treatments. We only work with treatment methods that are scientifically proven to be effective and that comply with Dutch guidelines.