The centre provides psychotherapy services aimed at couples and families, as well as individual counselling.

What is psychotherapy?

Psychotherapy is a healing method using therapeutic interventions to overcome or reduce symptoms of psychological disorders, mental and/or psychological problems. It is a voluntary process of personal growth and self-awareness in which the client changes some of his or her attitudes and behaviors in order to reach psychological maturity.

What is a psychotherapist?

A psychotherapist is an expert who has undergone therapeutic training. He has knowledge of human development, pathology and strategies to overcome emotional difficulties.

The psychotherapist does not prescribe medication. If there is a need, he may refer the client to a psychiatrist or neurologist for consultation.

Individual therapy

The goal of individual therapy can be different and can change throughout the process according to the client's needs. Initially, it is necessary to reduce or overcome the signs of psychological and psychosomatic disorders, if any.

Couples therapy

Couples therapy focuses on the problems that exist in the relationship between two people. These may be individual problems or symptoms, as well as difficulties in communication, in making joint decisions, in resolving conflicts.

Family therapy

Family therapy is a type of psychotherapy that helps families or the individuals within them to communicate more effectively, improve their ways of interacting, and identify and resolve conflicts.

Group therapy

Most often the groups focus on a particular issue, for example postnatal depression, difficulties in partner relationships or parenting, etc. The group format can be very helpful for people experiencing loss, whether of a child, partner or other loved one.