Tipi is a French research program developed by Luc Nicon, a pedagogy researcher and expert in behavioral communication.
This process for emotional regulation is very efficient to resolve conditions such as depression, PTSD, fear, anxiety, anger and grief, among others (see a list of emotional difficulties).
Luc’s studies and his last two books revolutionized our knowledge of the origin of our disruptive emotional patterns and long lasting traumas, especially regarding the importance of the pre-natal and birth periods, and the consequences of loss of consciousness during those times (and after).
Luc Nicon is recognized all across Europe for having been able to isolate through research a natural ability present in all of us, that allows re-experiencing through sensations (using the sensory memory) the origin of our emotional difficulties to regulate them permanently.
Basically a natural ability for Self Emotional regulation.
Based on this discovery, he designed the “Tipi technique” that brings permanent resolution to traumas and disruptive emotional patterns; the technique can be used anytime — at the moment they are happening or afterward during a therapy or coaching session for example.
We all possess a natural ability to self-regulate our emotions…
Watch a conversation between Dr. Shoshana Simons and Luc Nicon
filmed in San Francisco at CIIS University during the summer 2015
Luc Nicon’s new book “Sensory Reliving” is now available in an English eBook version.
Author : Luc Nicon
Published : June 2014
This eBook presents our natural ability to relive the sensory origin of our emotional blocks in order to regulate them permanently.
Tipi was developed by Luc Nicon, a pedagogy researcher and expert in behavioral communication. This process for emotional regulation is very efficient to resolve conditions such as depression, PTSD, fear, anxiety, anger and grief among…
Help your children with their emotions... This training teaches adults how to directly help young children as they are struggling emotionally. Applying the technique will calm the child instantly and resolve permanently the unwanted emotion he/she was undergoing . Your child will experience…
Psychotherapy generally considers the physical or emotional shock that immediately precedes the appearance of the symptoms of emotional distress as the origin of one’s suffering. For psychotherapists, therapy is focused on this event (which seems logical to call initial because of the absence of…
An emotion represents a set of ‘physical sensations’ felt in our bodies. These sensations are specific and can be easily described: heart palpitations, numbness, a knot in your stomach, hot flashes, paralysis, being short of breath, trembling, cold sweat, dry throat, trembling legs, a…