Individual Adult and Adolescent Psychotherapy

Individual adult and adolescent psychotherapy utilizing psychosomatic approaches (Body Psychotherapy, EMDR and Somatic Experiencing).

Psychotherapy consists of a set of psychological techniques, aiming at alleviating psychological disturbances, behavior problem and even psychosomatic symptoms. A formal delfinition of psychotherapy adopted by the APA (American Psychological Association) is the following:

"Psychotherapy is the informed and intentional application of clinical methods and interpersonal stances derived from established psychological principles for the purpose of assisting people to modify their behaviors, cognitions, emotions, and/or other personal characteristics in directions that the participants deem desirable" (Norcross, 1990, p. 218-220 )


Group Psychotherapy

Group Psychotherapy based on Irvin Yalom’s existential approach of the “Here and Now”.

Group psychotherapy is a form of psychosocial treatment where a small group of clients meet regularly to talk, interact, and discuss problems with each other and the group leader(s) (therapists). Group therapy attempts to give individuals a safe and comfortable place where they can work out problems and emotional issues. Patients gain insight into their own thoughts and behavior, and offer suggestions and support to others.


Individual Counseling & Couple's Counseling

A widely accepted general definition of counseling states that: Counseling is a professional relationship that empowers diverse individuals, families, and groups to accomplish mental health, wellness, education, and career goals.

The British Association for Counselling (BAC) further defined that "counselling is the skilled and principled use of relationship to facilitate self- knowledge, emotional acceptance and growth and the optimal development of personal resources. The overall aim is to provide an opportunity to work towards living more satisfyingly and resourcefully.


Career Guidance and Counseling

CAREER GUIDANCE is an inclusive term that has been used to describe a range of interventions including career education and counseling, that help people to move from a general understanding of life and work to a specific understanding of the realistic life, learning and work options that are open to them. Career guidance is often thought to incorporate career information, career education and career counseling.



The seminars are addressed at individuals, companies, educational organizations, other private or public organizations, institutes, municipalities, etc. The specific subject matter and mode of delivery is adjusted to the particular needs and circumstances of the client. The common element of all seminars is that they consist of a theoretical and an experiential component which refers to the development of emotional intelligence qualities in the participants. The latter constitutes the most effective way for deep and permanent learning.