“I am a living person. Nothing of my humanity is strange for me. I barely have time to wonder that I exist, but I’m always glad I am.”
When we have fears, complaints or inner conflicts, we don’t always succeed to clarify ourselves, so, in this case, we need help to make sense to our daily experiences.
Only within this therapeutic framework, we can understand, together, with empathy, tolerance and emotional freedom, the painful aspects of your life, so that patterns of thoughts and relationship to become aware and no longer to constitute barriers to your wellbeing and personal and professional development.
Here, we can offers benefits to people experiencing the following:
- depression, anxiety, panic attacks and phobias
- emotional crises: sexual life, separation, divorce, mourning
- isolation and lack of human relations
- addictions: alcoholism, drugs, gambling
- eating, behaviors, personality disorders
- stress management
- understanding the experience of motherhood and paternity
If you want to make profound changes in your life, I am here and I can assist you in your approach, having the chance to discover who you are, how you can explore your inner labyrinth and how to sustain the changes that will take place.
I also have experience with patients diagnosed with cancer or other chronic diseases (cardiovascular, diabetes, hyperthyroidism, etc.), who can be helped to cope with the diagnosis, because the adaptive response to symptoms, such as hopelessness and helplessness, are considered responsible for the presence of a depression with a negative impact on the prognosis. When symptoms are difficult to control, there may be emotional, mental, and social factors that contribute to their onset and can be eliminated through therapy.
At the same time, family members who support a person with a severe diagnosis or a progressive incurable disease can also benefit from therapeutic counseling, in order to be able to adapt to this situation and emotionally support the suffering person.
Psychotherapy or psychological counseling can also benefit children who have difficulty adapting to the school, family or communication problems. Any change in your child’s behavior such as: social isolation, poor grades at school or repeated illness are alarming signs that he needs specialized help.