• What is Psychotherapy?

    The word psychotherapy can have different meanings, depending on its therapeutic focus. In order to offer a general idea, mentioning some of these therapeutic focuses, we can say that: Psychoanalysis is based on the assumption that there is intra-psychic conflict that remains unconscious for the patient. It focuses its attention on infancy and on primary …

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  • What problems do we deal with?

    Different problems that can be treaten by psychotherapy: 1. Anxiety: Agoraphobia, Distress, Generalised anxiety, Panic attacks, Specific phobias, Social phobia 2. Accompaniment through illnesses 3. Self-esteem 4. Anorexia 5. Bulimia 6. Emotional dependency and difficulties in intimate relationships 7. Depression 8. Mourning 9. Emotional instability 10. Obesity 11. Situations of change 12. Trauma 13. Psychosomatic …

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  • What is hypnosis?

    Hypnosis is an alternative state of awareness in which our attention is focused on our interior world and we are capable of carrying out actions on a physical, emotional and intellectual level that exceed our normal capability. It gives us the chance to have a privileged access to certain parts of our brains, like for …

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  • What is EMDR?

    “A typical neuron makes about ten thousand connections to neighboring neurons. Given the billions of neurons, this means there are as many connections in a single cubic centimeter of brain tissue as there are stars in the Milky Way galaxy.” (David Eagleman) EMDR is a therapeutic approach that was first used in the United States …

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  • Katathymic images

    Katathymic images use the imaginative processes as a change and healing mechanism. The Greek word Katathym is formed of the preposition kata that means “in agreement with”, and the noun thymos that means “mood”, “attitude” or “impulse”, and in general “passion”, “affection”, “heart” (as a basis for the affections) and “soul”. In this sense, Katathymon …

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