Are you looking for support to change something in your life?
If so, I am ready to work with you on your way toward your goal.

Psychotherapy can help when you seek to:

  • cope with a crisis
  • find a solution to a problem that today seems hard to overcome
  • clarify a painful conflict and find a resolution
  • improve personal relationships, or bring harmony to family life
  • experience all your emotions without being overwhelmed by them
  • find again the pleasure in enjoying everyday life

What I offer

Individual psychotherapy for Adults

“I thought I could face this by relying on my strengths; but it has been going like this for too long and I don’t know any more what to do.”

People often seek support after they have tried hard to cope with a difficult situation. Seeking psychotherapy is a sign of courage and determination to claim for self a better condition.
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Therapy for Couples


“We can’t communicate anymore. Anything triggers a fight. It’s a continuous conflict.”

When conflicts become too painful and the partners are determined to improve their relationship, it’s when they seek couple therapy. Or, if separation is decided, couple therapy is a support to live it in the most amicable way possible, especially if children are involved.
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“I love my job and so far I have been successful. However, the situation at work has changed, and I am struggling. I want to find a new approach, because I really want to keep growing!”

The word coach immediately reminds us of athletes and the person working with them to constantly improve their performance. Besides sport, coaching has gained space in professional and private life as a sort of individual, personalized training opportunity.

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How it works

Systemic Family Therapy

Systemic therapy looks at the problem that people bring in therapy as located in the system in which the person lives rather than inside the individual.
“This makes it possible for people to experience an identity that is separate from the problem; the problem becomes the problem, not the person” (White, 2007)
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White, M. (2007). Maps of Narrative Practice. New York: W.W. Norton & Company

Practical information

Information about making appointments, cost and duration of the sessions.
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Frequent Questions

Some of the most frequent questions about psychotherapy and how I work
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About me

More about my education, experience and current activities here…


How to reach me and my practice address and contact details here…