Mental Well-being

Psychotherapy for Adolescents, Adults, Couples, Families and Health Care Professionals 

Conversation moments based on scientific techniques that promote the finding of solutions. These techniques focus on the patient's psychological resources and the dynamics he/she uses to position himself in life.

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Here you will find solutions for: 

  • Medically Assisted Reproduction & Perinatal  Processes 
  • Individual Psychotherapy for Adolescents and Adults
  • Couple Psychotherapy 
  • Family Psychotherapy
  • Psychotherapy for Health Care Professionals

Medically Assisted Reproduction & Perinatal Processes

Medically Assisted Reproduction & Perinatal Processes 

Deals with issues of medically assisted reproduction, the mental health of recent mothers, fathers and newborns. 

Psychological support of the woman or couple, at home or in the office, during the following phases: assisted reproduction, natural conception, pregnancy, pre and postpartum, puerperium, transition to home and the baby's early life with his family.  

Under what circumstances should you seek help?

 - infertility 

- depression and anxiety during pregnancy 

- fear of childbirth 

- traumatic births 

- breastfeeding problems 

- adaptation to maternity or paternity 

- bonding with the baby / establishing a secure attachment 

- surviving situations of sexual abuse 

- survival in situations of domestic violence.

Individual Psychotherapy for Adolescents and Adults

Individual Psychotherapy for Adolescents and Adults 

It offers the opportunity to not only explore and gain an understanding of your personal circumstances but - and most importantly - learn tools and strategies to overcome and manage them, day-to-day and in the future. 

Find out more about my psychotherapeutic approach to using clinical hypnotherapy during a psychotherapy process.

What are the conditions under which teenagers and adults should seek help: 

  • symptoms of depression and/or anxiety or panic eating disorders 
  • additions 
  • phobias 
  • mood changes 
  • identity and gender issues 
  • lack of concentration, 
  • burnout and stress, 
  • sleep disorders 
  • chronic fatigue 
  • emotional and affective addictions 
  • bipolar disorders 
  • schizophrenia 
  • mourning and losses 
  • difficulties in adapting to life circumstances 
  • among others. 

Psychotherapy for Couples

Psychotherapy for Couples 

Suitable for processes of the couple relationship and parenting, search for solutions or in a situation of separation, divorce, conflict, or in a phase of relational life that implies a reflection on issues that both, per se, are not able to accomplish. 

Equally suitable for polyamorous relationships and situations of open relationships or other relational configurations. 

Why should you do Couple Therapy? 

Because it is possible, at any stage of a relationship, to create paths for greater understanding and connection. 

You may have heard that Couple Therapy can help, save, or resolve a situation or phase in your lives. This is completely true. 

It is worth insisting to come and work in a psychotherapeutic process where you can have everything to gain and nothing to lose. 

Besides, if there are conflicts, disputes, separation, or divorce, they can count on the support of several aspects: legal, psychological, and support for children at the level of the parenting relationship. 

Family Psychotherapy 

Family Psychotherapy 

It is carried out through dialogue between all family members involved in the process with a commitment to help each other in the search for consensus, balance, and affection.

Families generally strive to do their best but often fail to overcome generational, affective, communicational, and other obstacles. 

Those who have already done Family Therapy know how enriching and wonderful it is to be protected by a support network that favors the solution of many old problems and that seemed insoluble. 

Psychotherapy for Health Care Professionals

Psychotherapy for Health Care Professionals 

Suitable for all people who have already started their professional lives within the health system, private or public, in any branch or specialty, or even for students of Medicine, Nursing, or any other area in the field of Health.

Burnout is due to the structural difficulties we currently face, as well as to the specificity of dealing with the suffering of others on a daily basis.

It is natural that, in the face of this whirlwind of professional and existential concerns, health professionals have a specific need for psychological support.

Stress-triggering elements deplete physical and mental resources and lead to exhaustion / burnout and emotional problems, with unhealthy behaviors being one of the possible mechanisms linking. 

In fact, burnout is linked to physical health problems and no longer only to psychological problems.

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