• Parent-child relationship

  • Adoption

  • Issues related to adolescence and young adulthood

  • College counseling/study abroad

  • Relationship with the partner / couple problems / family problems

  • Psychological support during or after hospitalization or relative to chronic illness for the patient and the family

  • Aging related issues

  • Grief counseling

  • Problems linked to cultural integration, global relocation

  • Eating disorders / obesity

  • Psychosomatic disorders

  • Stress disorders

  • Anxiety disorders: anxiety, panic attacks, phobias - obsessive compulsive disorder

  • Post-Traumatic-Stress-Disorder (PTSD) and other trauma related issues

  • Depressive disorders and mood disorders

  • Psychosis


Individual psychotherapy sessions
In psychotherapy the therapist focuses on the individual and his/her emotional and relational needs. This process fosters a shift from dysfunctional dynamics that produce discomfort to renewed, more adaptive ones.
Counseling sessions
In counseling, the psychologist initiates the process of identifying specific psychological problems and assists the person in designing a treatment plan.
Couple psychotherapy sessions
Couples therapy is a clinical intervention in which one or two therapists conduct sessions with both members of the couple to address problems and conflicts that they are not able to manage independently.
Family therapy sessions
Family therapy is a clinical intervention in which one or two therapists help the family identifying conflicts and addressing dysfunctional behaviors.
Group therapy sessions
Group psychotherapy is a clinical intervention in which one or two therapists lead a small group of people also using the group dynamics for therapeutic purposes.
Teletherapy sessions
In teletherapy, the sessions — instead of in person — take place by videoconference, utilizing adequate platforms in compliance with privacy regulations.

Individual yoga sessions
Individual yoga sessions are specifically tailored to the needs of each client.

Group yoga sessions
Group sessions (with a limited number of participants) have the advantage of generating shared energy, just as it happens in group-psychotherapy.

Yoga-Psychotherapy Groups
Yoga psychotherapy groups combine elements of group psychotherapy with some basic yoga principles.

Designed for small groups, workshops introduce the techniques of yoga and breathing, to assist clients in developing a personal practice based on solid foundations.

Meditation Classes
Meditation are held in small groups with a focus on mindfulness and breathing techniques.

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