Narrative Exposure Therapy (NET) is an evidence-based trauma therapy procedure for multiple traumatised survivors of organised, sexual and domestic violence as well as wars and natural disasters. Narrative Exposure Therapy (NET) is an effective core element of psychotherapeutic treatment within the framework of cognitive behavioural therapy for people suffering from the consequences of this multiple traumatisation, most of whom suffer from complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder as a result. The treatment is suitable to specifically process and reconsolidate implicit memory representations in children (KIDNET) and adults (NET). This enables an attribution of meaning and integration of life experiences into the overall biographical context, activates the person's resources and allows corrective relationship experiences in appreciative and empathic contact. In this way, the person and the history of the survivor are appreciated. Through the explicit testimony approach, NET supports human and children's rights work.


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