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Nadina Nicoară

Psychoanalytical Therapist
MA Psychotherapist CBT
Clinical Psychologist
Founder of PsihoHelp
Painful, traumatic experiences can make you feel lost and disconnected from others and the world. This can create an internal conflict between your part that yearns to be warmly accepted and the part that feels terrified to receive warmth and affection.

I’m here to remind you that you have everything you need inside you. There is a healthiness that exists already in you, waiting to be reclaimed.

Our healing capacity is something that we are born with. Old patterns that until now have been designed to protect us will gradually reorganize through the internalization of new experiences during the therapy. As we feel deeply understood, our whole body, our mind will begin to react positively to new experiences with warmth, presence, and acceptance.
The labor, through which we will pass together here and which is not easy at all, it is teamwork, collaborative, because only together we can create a safe space to explore the problems of your trauma or other issues that kept you from finding your inner peace and joy of living.

I have worked with individuals focusing on restoring clients from a variety of issues ranging from:

  • emotional / physical abuse
  • panic attacks
  • insomnia
  • attachment difficulties
  • family conflict
  • dissociation
  • anxiety and depression
  • acute stress disorder

In our sessions, the client is better understood and begins to realize how his trauma affects his life. The goal of trauma therapy is to support the client in the process of relieving the suffering of loss and trauma.

During the healing process, people who feel lonely, misunderstood and isolated often begin to reconnect with themselves and their loved ones.

When I first thought about psychology was a very special moment in my life. Since then, everything has changed and my desire and curiosity have turned into a passion, and passion has become a continuing education in this area.
Life’s experience taught me that pain and anxiety have no age, it does not matter if you are a man or a woman, but it is important to have someone to join you, someone to guide you with dedication, in your effort to feel better and better and to heal you.

Among the most common human sufferings are anxiety, depression and traumatic experiences, that require effective, personalized treatment, supported by researches in the field and progresses made so far in psychology.
My specializations and my continuous training in psychotherapy (Cognitive-Behavioral Psychotherapy, Trauma Psychotherapy, Psychoanalysis, and EMDR) assure me multiple possibilities of intervention, personalized solutions for every person coming here and greater chances of achieving lasting results.

I am a clinician in private practice and a psychotherapist, certified in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, a member of the Romanian Psychologists College, MA of the University of Bucharest, with the specialization in “Psycho-traumatology and psychological assistance”, psychoanalytical therapist in training, within Insight, the Association for the Promotion of Theoretical and Clinical Psychoanalysis, counsellor for personal development, trainer and licensed in Law.

Psychoanalytic psychotherapist certified by the Romanian College of Psychologists

Cognitive-behavioural Psychotherapist certified by the Romanian College of Psychologists

Clinical Psychologist certified by the Romanian College of Psychologists

Member of the Romanian College of Psychologists

Member of the AHPCC Association

Member of the Romanian Society of EMDR

Member of the Institute for the Study and Treatment of Trauma – ISTT

Degree in Psychology

Master of Cognitive-Behavioural Psychotherapy at Titu Maiorescu University

Training in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy within the Association for the Promotion of Theoretical and Clinical Psychoanalysis Insight

Master in Psychotraumatology and Psychological Assistance at the University of Bucharest

Training in Integrative Trauma Psychotherapy at the Institute for the Study and Treatment of Trauma – ISTT

Training in E.M.D.R.

Monica Micleușanu

MA Psychoanalytical Therapist
Clinical Psychologist
“I have always belived, and I still believe, that whatever good or bad fortune may come our way we can always give it meaning and transform it into something of value.” (Hermann Hesse – “Siddharta”)

Choosing the profession of psychotherapist was not a coincidence but was due to my passion for psychoanalysis. This specialization is not only theoretically, but also a clinical one and deals, very briefly, with the intra and interpsychic dynamics, intra and inter-relational dynamics, with conscious and unconscious conflicts, etc., aspects that are revealed slowly by slowly in the therapeutic process.

I believe that the approach of a therapy is a co-created one, so I also invite my patients to make and build together a relationship that will become the link of change itself. This relationship is necessary for safety and trust and is for me the most important pillar of the therapy. As much as possible, I follow my patient in those inner places that they want and / or they can go. This involves for the one who comes to investigate and to share (as she/he feels!) the needs, desires, fears, frustrations, anxieties, obstacles and successes, disappointments and hopes, sufferings and joys, feelings, fantasies and thoughts of all kinds. Thus, as in a puzzle, we gather piece by piece to complete the picture, the historicity of each on the past-present-future line, reaching together to the internal truth that will be the anchor for the external reality.

To know how to listen and see what is beyond the words, non-words, beyond the actions and inactions represents for me a big challenge. This “knowing” doesn’t supposes neither omniscience nor omnipotence but is closely related to “not knowing”, a position that puts me in the role of questioning and questioning myself, of being curious about unpredictability and transformability of the complexity of the human mind and behavior.

The position between knowing and not knowing, is exactly the transitional space we always need in the therapeutic relationship both to be next to the other (to support him) and to be with the other (to contain him) for good and for bad. This involves a continuous process of self-knowledge and knowledge of the other.

The interest and curiosity for psychoanalysis appeared from the first faculty, the Theater one (within the National University of Theater and Cinematography Bucharest) where I studied for the first time Freud and Jung, in a kind of theoretical psychoanalytic ABC which helped me understand the text, the subtext and the context of the actions in the plays and performances. I remember wandering my mind through the psychological traps of the characters, trying to decipher what is behind their behavior, how they were before the “here and now” of the present situation, what led them to love and hate with so much passion, how they came to betray, to have revenge, to kill or to be so faithful, devoted to someone or a cause, to be good and crazy, merciful, romantic, dreamy, naive, (in) capable to act, to put into words their states, emotions, etc. I was concerned not only with the narrative, the form of what appeared to me but also the history, the causes, the content, the background of the “good” and “bad” affections related to the existential-human problems in general. This whole journey led me to take a master’s degree in psychoanalysis, which I initially started with the idea of enriching my knowledge. But I liked it so much that I wanted that the psychoanalysis to become a profession. Then I followed a training in psychoanalytic psychotherapy, I started my personal analysis, gradually opening my office, growing and developing together with my patients. It was not and is not an easy road, but the joy of being and working with people interested in knowledge and self-knowledge make this approach worthwhile in all its meanings and dimensions.

Psychoanalytic psychotherapist certified by the Romanian College of Psychologists

Clinical Psychologist certified by the Romanian College of Psychologists

Member of the Romanian College of Psychologists

Degree in Psychology

Master in Psychoanalysis at Titu Maiorescu University

Psychoanalytic psychotherapy within the Association for the Promotion of Theoretical and Clinical Psychoanalysis Insight

Cristiana Cuvinciuc

ABA Therapist
Clinical Psychologist
„You can not really bend on the human, if you do not have a mystery in which to be initiated”
(Emil Cioran)

My concern as a therapist is to provide specialized help, to assist, support and help children and adolescents in their efforts to understand themselves better, to face their own obstacles, fears and motives of concern in an open way and to acquire and maintain both emotional well-being and a healthy lifestyle.

It is advisable to look for a psychologist when the child:

  • is afraid and is scared
  • suffers from enuresis
  • he wakes up often at night and cries
  • has frequent crisis of anger and manifest violence
  • has poor results at school
  • it is aggressive with other children
  • has no friends
  • he gets sick easy and frecquently and the results of medical investigations do not indicate any illness

The teenagers also may face some difficulties, such as:

  • desire of self-assertion and differentiation from others
  • fight for their own independence
  • the influence of friends and the environment in which they grew
  • the temptation of alcohol, cigarettes or drugs
  • friendship with the opposite sex
  • starting intimate relationships

So far I have worked with children and adolescents, with:

  • Autistic Spectrum Disorder (TSA)
  • hyperactive attention deficit disorder, ADHD
  • oppositional disorder
  • conduct disorder
  • reactive attachment disorder
  • Down syndrome
  • specific developmental disorders of speeach and language

During the therapy sessions, a personalized intervention plan is developed for each child or adolescent. In addition to child recovery, therapy sessions aim the happiness and wellbeing of the child.

My goal is to meet the development needs of the child diagnosed with autistic spectrum disorder or other developmental disorders. The child goes on the therapeutic process in a friendly environment, combining structured learning with incidental learning methods and generalizing the information.

I am a clinician in private practice and a therapist in Behavioral Analysis Techniques Applied in Autistic Spectrum Disorders, a member of the Romanian Psychologists College, MA of the University of Bucharest, with the specialization in “Psycho-traumatology and psychological assistance”. I graduated ABA Therapy Program and Autistic Practice at the Help Autism Association.

Working with children consolidate my believe that I made the right choice when I chose to attend the Psychology University. Participating in numerous courses and conferences in the field, as well as the practice of ABA Therapy (Applied Behavioral Analysis), ARTTERAPY AND SOCIALIZATION GROUPS for children have contributed to my professional development and the accumulation of experience in this field.

Clinical Psychologist certified by the Romanian College of Psychologists

Therapist in behavioural analysis techniques applied in autism spectrum disorders

Member of the Romanian College of Psychologists

Degree in Psychology

Master in Psychotraumatology and Psychological Assistance at the University of Bucharest

Training in ABA Therapy and practice in autism within the Help Autism Association

Teodora Marcu

MA Psychotherapist CBT
Clinical Psychologist
Be the change you want to see in the world.

Always fascinated by people and human relationships, I chose the profession of psychologist to reduce the distance between me and me, between me and people. After graduating from the faculty I attended the master’s degree in Communication Techniques and Social Influence and deepened the human study through the Master’s degree in Cognitive-Behavioral Psychotherapy. The picture of couple and family relationships was shaped by the knowledge accumulated in the formation of systemic therapy.

No matter where I am, I like to listen and put into practice everything I have learned during these years; I like to offer value through the work I do and enjoy the results with those involved in the therapeutical process. I believe that all our lives we have to learn and the best teachers are the people next to us, unique and complex, who offer countless soul challenges and rewards.

I am a psychotherapist of cognitive-behavioral orientation, member of the College of Psychologists in Romania, certified for the specialties of Labor and Organizational Psychology, of Transport, Psychology applied in services and in the field of national security. I graduated from systemic therapy training at the Institute for Couple and Family in Iași. I am certified by the Ministry of Labor, Family, Social Protection and Older Persons for the profession of personal development counselor.

I recommend the discussion with a psychologist whenever we want to clarify certain moods, emotional situations that consume a lot of mental space and which often prove to be easy to manage with the right tools; when stress in one’s professional or personal life interferes with everyday functionality.

Cognitive-behavioural Psychotherapist certified by the Romanian College of Psychologists

Clinical Psychologist certified by the Romanian College of Psychologists

Member of the Romanian College of Psychologists

Degree in Psychology

Master of Cognitive-Behavioral Psychotherapy at Titu Maiorescu University

Training in Systemic Therapy at the Institute for Couple and Family in Iasi

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