As Psychotherapist, I mainly use a combination of Body and Depth Psychotherapy approaches but I also incorporate other modalities in the field of Psychology and Counseling to best assist you in knowing yourself and support your personal growth. Join me in my Psychotherapy Practice to discover your unique strengths and potentials while getting the right support and professional guidance.
When life becomes difficult and challenging, Psychotherapy can be of great help to:
Being more present and embodied for you to challenge the difficulties and experience your life more fully.
Increasing your vital energy and feel more engaged with life and relationships.
Feeling more connected to the wisdom of your body-mind and soul.
Applying mindful techniques to awaken to your highest potential, your best self, and unique soul's purpose.
Opening to the possibilities and your sacred inner space.
Aligning yourself with your source of creativity to manifest wellness in your life.
Becoming more integrated and able to experience fully your emotions.
Discovering your passion and your erotic self.
Learn to recognize, understand and let go of patterns that are not useful for your personal growth.
Set appropriate limits with others while also being open and available in relationship.
Finding balance and discovering your unique way to embodying life.
Feeling more confident, more mindful, and more trustful of yourself and of others.
Redefine your sense of self in a way that feels genuine and authentic to you.
Live with a better sense of who you are and what are your talents and areas of improvement.
Nurturing self-acceptance and compassion for yourself and for others.
"The "I" inside each of us thinks that contentment will arrive "as soon as" it has mastered reality. In truth, contentment is the art of embracing reality."- Robert A. Johnson
"Not wallowing in our mistakes but creatively dealing with them are resources for a vital life - the prima materia of the alchemists - we arrive not at a shallow self acceptance, but with a profound love of soul, which, with its rich mixture of the good and the bad, is the starting point of a creative life." - Thomas Moore