How do we help you?
The goal of therapy is to support the parent-baby bond and interaction.
Psychotherapy can help a child when her development is not progressing appropriately. The aim, through therapy, is to help the child to understand, express and regulate her emotions, and thus better control her behaviour. Therapy may improve school work capacity and relationships with friends.
Adolescent and Young Adult Psychotherapy
Psychotherapy supports the healthy psychological development of the young person, increasing her ability to solve her difficulties, regulate emotions, and better control her behaviour. The goal is to help the adolescent to develop more satisfactory friendships, improve her capacity to study and pursue other goals in life.
Family therapy is recommended when the interaction between family members is difficult and the family’s own resources are not adequate to resolve the situation.
Family therapy helps in understanding the relationships between the thoughts, feelings and behaviours of family members.
Psychotherapy may be a good option if one has recurring problems in life. Psychotherapy is sought for a variety of reasons, the most typical of which have to do with depression, anxiety and interpersonal or work difficulties.
Psychiatry is a medical specialty that aims to study and treat mental disorders. The work includes a diagnostic assessment of mental disorders, in both their biological and psychological aspects. The patient’s personality and psychosocial functioning are assessed to define the need for treatment.
An open space where you can ask any questions related to the baby’s upbringing or with your expectations as a mother or father.
Videoconferencing is an excellent way to consult or do therapy when someone has mobility problems, travels a lot or lives far from our centre.