Individual Counseling

Couple Counseling

Group Counseling

Individual counseling is a short to medium-term professional intervention which consists of one to one sessions where you’ll have the opportunity to

  • explore your difficulties in a confidential environment
  • understand how your thoughts, feelings, sensations and behaviours can help you lead your actions
  • gain trust and confidence in yourself and your possibilities
  • find your own and personal solutions to overcome your obstacles and reach your personal goals

I offer support when you

  • have problems in a relationship
  • deal with stress and anxiety
  • feel alone and without someone to trust and openly talk to
  • have difficulties in being assertive
  • struggle in reaching your goals
  • lack of self-esteem and trust in your inner resources and possibilities
  • face changes which include loss or change of work, separation or divorce, etc.
  • want to learn about yourself and experience a personal growth
  • want to improve your personal and relationship competences

Couple counseling is a safe space where the crisis is faced as a phase of an evolutionary process of differentiation that the individual carries out thanks to the establishment of the couple. It’s a journey in which you, as individual and member of a couple,  will have the opportunity to

  • explore individual and relational difficulties
  • have a better understanding of the dynamics within your relationship
  • identify your contribution to the relational challenges you are experiencing  
  • learn some communication skills
  • transform conflicts in opportunities for an individual and couple growth
  • experience a true emotional intimacy



Group counseling is a form of counseling, where people benefit from shared experiences. Each participant has the chance to work on a personal change or difficulty, with the aim of developing self-support through the interaction with the group.
The group can
  • become a creativity incubator
  • act as a role model. Each participant has different styles and resources, cognitive and emotional abilities, and can become a good example for others
  • provide circular support
  • facilitate external support. The participants develop self-support through the interaction with other participants, who become a support for the individual 
When participating in group counseling sessions  you  have the chance to
  • learn to communicate more comfortably and effectively
  • identify and explore inner feelings
  • get feedback from others
  • learn to express to others your own wishes and act on your own behalf
  • be honest with self and others
  • become more sensitive to the ways people communicate
  • experiment with new ways of relating to others which can be then extended to your daily life
  • being aware that you are not alone, other participants might be living situations similar to yours