Pyschotherapy and mindfulness
Relational Life Therapy addresses behaviours in current relationships as well as unresolved issues or childhood trauma and also teaches new skills.
Unlocking your potential
Are you looking to have a fulfilling and creative life? Do any of the following issues prevent you from achieving it?
- Do you feel disappointed and hopeless after having tried to improve one or several relationships?
- Do you find yourself in endless fights with your loved ones without reaching any resolution?
- Have you already tried a therapy where you don’t seem to move past the mutual blame phase?
- Have you tried to put good suggestions into practice but failed?
- Have you lost the connection you once felt with your partner and don’t know how to get it back?
Psychotherapy & Mindfulness
I have been a psychotherapist since 2005 with extensive experience both in-person and online. I know how difficult it is for many people to seek therapy, and I strive to create a relaxed environment where the person feels heard and supported. I adapt to the needs of the individual or couples who come to me and choose tools from a wide range of therapies that I believe best fit their needs to provide effective and lasting results.
Over the years, I have continued my education, training in Gestalt therapy, obtaining a Master’s degree in cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), specializing in eating disorders, and becoming an expert in Mindfulness. Recently, I added training in DBT, IFS, developmental traumas, PTSD, and attachment theory. I am currently finishing a certification in the USA as a specialist in couples therapy (RLT, Relational Life Therapy).
I specialize in stress, anxiety, and depression. I also address couples’ issues and family relationships. I work on these in both individual therapy and couples therapy.
Relational Life Therapy
Mindfulness, Gestalt, EMDR, CBT, DBT, IFS
In Person, Or Hybrid
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Relational Life Therapy and how is it applied in sessions?
Relational Life Therapy is based on the idea that relationships are fundamental to a person’s psychological well-being. As part of interpersonal therapies, in sessions, we examine how we have created images of ourselves and others through our early experiences and repetitive patterns. We will see how we end up repeating these patterns in our adult relationships that generate conflicts for us because they are not aligned with what we truly want. This type of psychotherapy helps us become aware of these patterns so that we can learn and apply different ways of interacting with others and with ourselves and change them.
What type of therapy will I receive?
I practice integrative therapy. This means that depending on each individual case, I will apply one technique or another. It all depends on the patient’s experiences, life events, and goals, as well as their previous learning with other therapies. All of this combined with my experience and instinct. The objective is to tailor the therapy to the needs of each person.
Can I work on a relationship even if my partner or family member doesn’t want to undergo therapy?
Yes, of course. Any work we do on ourselves will change the dynamics of the relationship. Key elements in relationships can also be worked on individually: self-esteem, healthy boundaries, experiencing and expressing emotions appropriately, improving communication, and managing conflicts, among others.
How can mindfulness help me in therapy?
There are three key components in mindfulness that assist in the therapy process:
- Directing intention to cultivate awareness of our internal processes.
- Directing attention to thoughts and sensations of the present moment to aid in our self-awareness.
- Maintaining an open, curious, and non-judgmental attitude towards anything that arises.
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