I consider Psychosynthesis to be the reference model for my clinical work.
Psychosynthesis is a therapeutic approach developed by the Italian psychiatrist Roberto Assagioli at the beginning of the twentieth century. It states that every person has the power to manifest their own growth potential and that their life journey tends towards the actualization of their true self (self-actualization). Furthermore, Psychosynthesis holistically takes into consideration all the different dimensions composing each and every human being: the cognitive dimension (thoughts), the emotional dimension (emotions), the bodily dimension (the body) and the transpersonal dimension (what is beyond one’s personal and social identity, including spirituality).
Considering that Psychosynthesis is a therapeutic approach which is well suited to integrate techniques coming from other forms of therapy, I make use of other evidence-based clinical approaches:
- CBT Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
- Person-Centred Therapy
- Mindfulness-based activities
- Focusing-oriented psychotherapy
- Solution-focused brief psychotherapy