Traditional therapy often centers around addressing adverse events and helping individuals navigate the resulting challenges. However, there’s a contemporary approach that shifts the focus from dysfunction to strength, aiming to empower individuals to overcome past issues through present experiences. This progressive form of counseling is embodied in the NeuroAffective Relational Model, or NARM for short.
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