Who is it for:
To all those people who, at a given moment in their life, require professional advice, psychological intervention or psychotherapy, to solve any type of problem that affects any area of their life (family, partner, work, personal relationships, …).
The objective is to ensure that the person receives adequate and personalized attention, in relation to their problem, to obtain a better quality of life and emotional, physical and relational well-being.
Psychology area dedicated to psychotherapeutic diagnosis and treatment, in order to find alternatives or more functional answers for the person to develop a better quality of life favoring physical, mental and relational health.
- Anxiety disorders (Anxiety, Phobias, Post-Traumatic Stress, Obsession, ...)
- Mood disorders (Depression, Mania, ...)
- Adaptive disorders
- Psychosomatic disorders
- Eating disorder
- Disorders of impulse control
- Insecurity, low self-esteem and body image problems
- Communication difficulties
- Difficulties in relationships
- Sexual abuse
- Problems with children
- Pressure at work
Area of Psychology aimed at solving sexual dysfunctions and difficulties related to sexuality that affect the person and / or the couple.
- Lack of desire
- Arousal problems
- Difficulty reaching orgasm
- Sexual dissatisfaction
- Pain on penetration
- Premature ejaculation
- Erectile dysfunction
- Aversion to sex
- Sex addiction / hypersexuality
- Sexual abuse
- Sexual orientation
- Sexual identity
Psychology area dedicated to promoting personal and partner well-being, addressing difficulties and crises to generate an opportunity for change and growth.
- Emotional dependence
- Communication difficulties
- Ideological and conceptual disagreements
- Monotony and tiredness
- Relationship problems couple-family-friends.
- Separations and divorce.
Area of Psychology oriented to everything that has to do with the experience -both women and men- of the process of pregnancy, birth of the baby and adaptation to the new stage.
- Conception (fertility difficulties, fears, pregnancy loss, repeat abortions ...)
- Prepartum (anxiety during pregnancy, fear of childbirth, ...)
- Postpartum (traumatic births, postpartum depression, adaptation difficulties ...)
- Conscious pregnancy
- Conscious motherhood and fatherhood (lactation, puerperium and natural upbringing, ...)
- Prepare the woman and the couple for the new stage
- Strengthen the couple to face challenges
Area of Psychology that prevents and treats psychological imbalances related to reproductive cycle, aimed at people and couples with infertility problems who are going to undergo reproductive treatments.
Psychological intervention helps to:
- Prepare women and couples to face the process of medical treatment of infertility
- Manage difficult stages of treatment
- Minimize the impact of stress
- Learning techniques to control anxiety and stress
- Relax the womb area to make it more flexible to treatments
- Mood management
- Strengthen the relationship
- Encourage treatment to be more bearable by increasing the chances of achieving pregnancy
Specifically in the In Vitro Fertilization Program is performed:
- A session with the psychologist before ovarian stimulation, in order to obtain tools to manage mood alterations that drug treatment can cause, which are added to the emotional situation of the woman and her partner.
- In the results waiting phase, the psychologist intervenes through a telephone session, it is a highly stressful two weeks.
Psychology area oriented to emotional and psychological help to cope with pain, diseases and chronic disorders, to learn to live with better quality while minimizing the emotional and physical effects of suffering.
- Chronic pelvic pain
- Neurological diseases
- Rheumatic diseases (Arthritis, Chronic Joint Pain, ...)
- Global diseases (Fibromyalgia, Chemical Hypersensitivity Syndrome, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Cancer….)
- Cardiovascular diseases.
- Metabolic and other dysfunctions (Digestive Problems, Irritable Colon, Dermatitis, Psoriasis, Asthma, Gynecological,….)
Psychology area oriented to emotionally help people who suffer from cancer and their families.
Psychological intervention can help:
- Adaptation to diagnosis
- Be aware of the different stages of the process
- Elaboration of the oncological grief
- Learn how to cope with cancer-related physical, emotional, and lifestyle changes
- Emotional orientation to the person and his family
- Encourage Active and Adaptive Coping Styles
- Provide techniques to manage stress, anxiety and depression.
- Learn to deal with pain, fear, frustration, and other emotions that may arise
- Learn relaxation exercises, Mindfulness, ... to relieve nausea, among other symptoms
- Promote the ability to cope and consequently strengthen the immune system
- Make more informed choices
Area of psychology focused on the family as an object of intervention with the aim of strengthening and providing resources to the family so that they can act collaboratively and modify patterns of interaction between them.
- Modify family dynamics
- Improve communication and affectivity
- Change role assignment
- Create your own and autonomous identity
- Negotiate conflicts
- Develop the ability to set limits