Psychotherapy

Psychotherapy

“There is no choice between being kind to others, and being kind to ourselves.
It is the same thing.”
Piero Ferrucci

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What is psychotherapy?

Psychotherapy can be defined in many different ways. Generally speaking, it is seen as a set of evidence-based techniques and tools, aiming to help people relieve psychological, emotional or relational suffering, until its total disappearance or until its intensity is such as to allow a fulfilling life.

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``My” psychological therapies

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…

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Short-term or Long-Term Therapy?

In my clinical practice, I offer both Short-Term and Long-Term Therapy. Considering that there is no consensual definition of them, this is what I mean by short-term and long-term therapy…

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Duration and number of sessions

The duration of each session is 55 minutes.

The number of sessions will be agreed together with the client, depending on client’s needs and goals.

I offer reduced rates to NHS health professionals facing COVID19 emergency and University students. Please contact me for further information.