Individual Therapy

Psychotherapy is a system of supporting deep , broad and resilient change.

A person is seeing as a psychosocial system that is constantly interacting with environment. Physical and emotional procedures are all affected by the quality of the relationships that the environment is fostering, personal, family or social.

In therapy we work on the roles this person has learned to play and interact with, we look deeply into the patterns of communication and emotional interaction and we also aim to recognise myths and unprocessed dysfunctions that are carried along from even previous generations

Psychotherapy today, gives us the hope of a change that is possible! Immense variety of tools that help us understand, connect and interfere are in our disposal and the role of the therapist is to use them wisely.

Most important aspect of therapy is that it nests in a very special and elaborate relationship: The therapeutic relationship. In this safe place, the person is able to bring the most vulnerable parts and also find space to recognise and treat the emotional deficiencies that are emerging in close and important relationships. Gradually this becomes a corrective experience that heals, restores traumatised parts of self, allows hidden emotions to express, being recognised and eventually regulated.

The result is an empowered and intergraded sense of self, with broader emotional repertoire and internal security. The person is allowed to deal with reality with strength, flexibility, clarity and freedom of choice, and trust to the internal indicators. Flexibility and clarity will be decisive to emotional and physical resilience as it allows a person's strengths to actually be utilised through life's hills and valleys.


Reasons To Try Therapy

Self Discovery & Goal Setting

Although this part is inherent of psychotherapy it is more common to connect psychotherapy with problem solving.

Despite that idea, therapy is actually discovery and rearrangement enhanced with new skills.

Imagine that you are entering an old storage where you kept putting things for a long time. In therapy it's like having someone with you with a torch, shedding light on each of those things and helping you think on what to do with each one of them. After things are sorted, you have a new, arranged storage and you can decide how it can serve a better purpose from now on.

When should I call?

. ●You are in a moment in life that decisions need to be made

● You believe that you have difficulties that interfere with your dreams.

● You don't have dreams or you are having a hard time to imagine your self in the future.

● You believe that none of your dreams can come true and everything in life is not accessible to you.

● You need direction and assistance to prioritise your goals.

● You want to do many things but failing to follow through.

● You want to change your profession or lifestyle to something more suitable and fulfilling.


Common disorders


Anxiety disorder manifests in feelings of fear, dread, and uneasiness, accompanied by sweatiness, restlessness, tension, and rapid heartbeat.

While anxiety is a normal reaction to stress, people who suffer from anxiety disorder may find the physical and mental symptoms overwhelming to the extent that they can't manage their life day-to-day.

When should I call?

Your anxiety affects your daily life.

Your health is suffering from repeat anxiety attacks.

You're unable to talk to your loved ones about your anxiety.

You want to understand what causes your anxiety.

● You want to learn how to control your anxiety better.