There are times in life when all need help. If you are going through a difficult time and you would like to feel better, do not hesitate in contacting me, I would be delighted to hearing from you.

Psychotherapy is for anyone who is interested in getting the most out of their life by taking responsibility, creating greater self-awareness, and working towards change in their lives. This journey can be very exciting and bring new possibilities into your life. I look forward to hearing from you and starting this new journey together.

An initial consultation of 20 minute in Skype is totally FREE.

What is psychotherapy?

Acceptance and transformation

My understanding of Psychotherapy is as a journey. A journey based on the self-exploration and growth. Embarking yourself in this journey can be challenging, in fact for most of us it is hard to talk about sensitive issues, such fear or anxiety is normal part of our lives. So instead of fighting these feelings, its best to just acknowledge that is totally normal and you are not alone.

In Psychotherapy I provide a confidential space which facilitates acceptance and transformation through the exploration of body sensations, emotions and thoughts. It is through this relationship that you will be able to choose a more authentic and positive outlook to yourself and others.

Why Psychotherapy?

Maximize your potential


I believe that everyone has the capacity of maximizing their potential and improving. I provide an environment in which the client feels safe, respected and heard. I am committed to being present to clients as they find their voice in an individual and non-judgmental way.

The whole is greater than the sum of its parts.


How do I work?

My Methodology


I have an integrative and holistic approach to psychotherapy, what means that I work with the whole person, including different dimensions: cognitive, emotional, sensorial, spiritual and cultural. My training and theoretical background is based on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Integrative Psychotherapy, incorporating Psychodynamic and Humanistic approaches as well as Sensorymotor psychotherapy and Mindfulness. This means that I use different techniques according to your personal needs.

I will design an individual plan based on these techniques to help you to achieve your goals.


Cognitive-Behavioural Psychotherapy

Commonly known as CBT is a type of therapy that works by helping you to understand that your thoughts and actions can affect the way you feel. It teaches you to observe the way your behavior and thoughts can affect your mood, then work to build new habits that help you to feel better.

Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy

This approach emphasizes people's capacity to make rational choices and develop to their maximum potential. Three types of humanistic therapy that I use in my work are: Client-centered therapy, Gestalt therapy and Existential therapy.

Sensorimotor Psychotherapy

"Sensorimotor Psychotherapy blends theory and technique from cognitive and dynamic therapy with straightforward somatic awareness and movement interventions that promote empowerment and competency." Dr. Daniel Siegel


“Mindfulness means paying attention in a particular way: on purpose, in the present moment, and nonjudgmentally.” Jon Kabat-Zinn

The psychotherapeutic Journey


The journey of psychotherapy has different stages:


    This introductory session is an opportunity for us to meet each other, assess your needs and explore whether therapy may be helpful for you. If we decide to work together, we will usually meet on a weekly basis. Length of Sessions: Each session is 50 minutes.

    In case you have experienced some form of trauma, we will spend some time to develop your sense of safety by stablishing boundaries and developing self-regulation techniques.

    Following an individual plan of work, your experiences will be processed in a sensorimotor, emotional and cognitive level. You will achieve a better understanding about yourself, your relational patterns and your stress response, developing a new outlook and new strategies.

    In this last stage your experiences in therapy are assimilated consciously. It is moment for tasting and flavoring all the “good things” and integrate the difficult parts or experiences. We will work towards the implementation of these changes in your everyday life.