We provide mental health care

Our services include individual psychotherapy and psychological assessment adapted to the specific needs and situations of each of our clients, either adults or children. We have specialized professionals who offer you different approaches to psychotherapy, such as Psychoanalysis, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Jungian Analysis, Humanistic Therapy, Gestalt Therapy and Psychodrama.

Read more about our different approaches to psychotherapy


This approach consists not only in the awareness of emotions, but also in the solving of repressed conflicts, often expressed through illness and suffering. Its main goal is to give back someone's freedom and well-being. The psychologist uses the patients' dreams as the main source of analysis.


The focus of this therapy is on how problems interfere in daily life, and how it is possible to understand these problems by learning to cope with them. It is a more active psychotherapy, in which the psychotherapist actively participates and invites the patient to think about certain subjects during the days between sessions.


Gestalt has the function of reconnecting the patient with him/herself, with others and with the world. This approach appeals to the human being's ability to fulfillment and to development of potential. That is, the therapist guide the patient, but leave him/her free to decide on the best course to follow.


It is based on spontaneity and role theory. Roles express the distinct psychological dimensions of the inner self and the potential versatility of our mental representations. The technique uses dramatization of situations that the patient experienced or felt. The dramatized situation is then analyzed by patient, who has the opportunity to act as a viewer of the subject brought.


In Psychopedagogy we help children and their parents to investigate possible causes of learning and socialization difficulties, diagnosing barriers to educational and social growth. Situations to facilitate the process of acquiring knowledge will be provided, and they act as facilitators of the learning process as a whole.


This is mainly for patients who need to evaluate cognitive functions such as memory, knowledge, intelligence, learning, language, attention and planning, motor and visual skills. In order to achieve so, we use specific standardized and validated psychological tests, capable of identifying alterations or disturbances in those mentioned functions.


The best way to choose a therapy is by evaluating the quality of the relationship between you and a therapist. Before picking a therapist or specific approach, always make a prior consultation and see how comfortable and safe you feel. Only then start your therapeutic follow-up.


We all go through difficult times on a daily basis and this can end up developing stress, anxiety, panic attacks, phobias and problematic relationships. It's in these cases that psychotherapeutic monitoring can make the difference between feeling good or bad. Therapy is also one of the best ways to deepen your self-knowledge.


The more you invest in understanding who you are, and if you add to it the collaboration of a therapist, the more positive results you will achieved, plus individual potential is expanded. By becoming self-aware, you begin to realize what we really want and then you obtain well-being, autonomy and freedom.


There is no predetermined duration for therapy. The time to cease the sessions is the patient's decision, endorsed by his or her therapist.