I consider “psychological work” as a journey and as such can have several routes, all viable, leading to different discoveries, all equally interesting.
Each of us is exactly as it is because there is a reason.
Travelling to discover ourselves we can meet and discover our personal “raison d’être”, understanding in this way our sufferings, our truths, our needs… ourselves. The journey can take place at all ages and for various reasons.
Areas of intervention
“... the past is now beyond our control and cannot be changed, but we can change the way we react to what happened to us.(Tenzin Gyatzo)
il modo in cui reagiamo a ciò che ci è accaduto.”
My work is guided by the integration of body, mind and emotions, I like to move in this complexity, explore the interiority of people and help them through a process of care and development of their personality, in relation to themselves, others and the world.
After more than 20 years of work I continue to cultivate the same interest, thanks to the people I meet and which I confront myself with and the shared passion for the psychotherapeutic path, my work fascinates me, stimulates me to continuous growth and development of my personality.
What can I do for you:
Anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, depression, panic attacks, phobias, bipolar disorders
Anorexia, bulimia, compulsive feeding
Substances, Internet addiction, pathological gambling
Relationship and family issues
Failed dialogue, problems related to the intimate sphere, anger, jealousy, separation, divorce
Processing of simple and complex grievances
Trauma, violence, sexual abuse, natural disasters
Psychosomatic and body image disorders
Adolescent related issues, gender dysphoria, parenting support
In the area of prevention and well-being:
- Parenting support
- Stress management
- Sexual disorder
- Meditation and hiking groups
- Love and couple’s life
- Body awareness groups
- Individual sessions of body and mind techniques even with pregnant women
A space with intimacy. confidence.protection.individuality.
During my twenty-year experience as a Psychotherapist, I have often had the joy of sharing the moment when – having untied all the knots – the person is ready to start again towards a new life.
The person is an indivisible, unique and unrepeatable entity, as are his experiences, his perceptions, his pains, his joys, his way of relating to others and to the world around him.for this reason, each of us also has his own way of asking for help, his own individuality that must always be respected.