Online and Presential Therapies

Psychoanalysis, Psychotherapy and Psychology 

Clinical, educational and psychosocial approaches for adults, young persons, children, or also couples, parents, families, therapeutic groups and social contexts, as school, work, sport or leisure.

Individual Therapy

Adults
Youth
Children

Marital Therapy

Marital Relationships

Sexual / Divorce Issues

Couples

Parental Therapy

Parents-Children Relationships

Parenting Issues

Parents

Family Therapy

Family Relationships

Family Dynamics

Families

Group Therapy

Parents Group

Oncology Group

Other Groups

Social Therapy

Social Relationships

Social Contexts

School / Work / Leisure

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Development and Mental Health Approaches

A continuum of consultations and interventions, within a positive and holistic perspective, from Psychoanalysis to Psychotherapy, Psychology, Education, and Coaching, according to the specificities of each situation.

Psychoanalytic Clinic

Intensive and deep psychoanalytic treatments and consultations, based on the understanding of the intrapsychic, affective and interpersonal dynamics, which promote human development and overtaking / resolution of emotional and relational problems.

A few clinical psychoanalytic encounters, of psychic exploration, with diversified purposes, namely the preparation for starting psychoanalysis.

Individual psychoanalytic therapies for adults, which promote the psycho affective and relational development of the individual and that are also used in the psychoanalytic and psychotherapeutic training of professionals.

Matrimonial psychoanalytic therapies, that seek the understanding and evolution of the couples affective-relational dynamics, and the overtaking / resolution of the associated emotional and relational problems.

Parental psychoanalytic therapies, that seek the understanding and evolution of the affective-relational dynamics of parents and sons/daughters, and the overtaking / resolution of the associated emotional and relational problems.

Family psychoanalytic therapies, that seek the understanding and evolution of the families affective-relational dynamics, and the overtaking / resolution of the associated emotional and relational problems.

Psychotherapy, Clinical Psychology, and Mental Health

Psychoanalytic, psychodynamic and interpersonal treatments and interventions, less intensive and profound than psychoanalyses, which aim at the promotion of human development and overtaking / resolution of emotional and relational problems.

Therapies of support, psychoanalytic, psychodynamic and interpersonal, with very specific purposes and a less structured setting.

Therapies of short duration, psychoanalytic, psychodynamic and interpersonal, with a limit of sessions and very specific purposes.

Marital psychoanalytic, psychodynamic and interpersonal therapies, which aim at the understanding and evolution of the couples affective-relational dynamics and the respective overtaking / resolution of the associated emotional and relational problems.

Family psychoanalytic, psychodynamic and interpersonal therapies, which aim at the understanding and evolution of the families’ affective-relational dynamics and the respective overtaking / resolution of the associated emotional and relational problems.

Psychoanalytic, psychodynamic and interpersonal parents-children interactions therapies, which aim at the understanding and evolution of the affective-relational dynamics of parents with sons/daughters and the respective overtaking / resolution of the associated emotional and relational problems.

Parental psychoanalytic, psychodynamic and interpersonal therapies, which aim at the understanding and evolution of the affective-relational dynamics of the parental couple and the respective overtaking / resolution of the associated emotional and relational problems.