Frequently Asked Questions
Each session is €60 euros and its duration is approximately one hour (sometimes 50 minutes, sometimes the person needs more time, and that needs to be taken into account for their well-being).
There is the possibility of booking 4 ,8 or 12 sessions, paying in advance with a discount.
You can also request a session for a specific service related to what I use in my therapy. For the price, I invite you to contact me to let me know which service you're interested in, and I will provide you with its price.
When starting a journey that involves a change for the person, it is important to attend sessions weekly at least in the beginning. Gradually, the sessions will be spaced out, adapting to the person's needs and progress. In my experience, there are no identical cases that can determine a standard time. Some people need less time, and others need more. However, this is planned together with the person in the beginning.
We can offer both options, and both are equally effective. It depends a lot on the individual's preference. Some people prefer to have a physical location and see their therapist in person. Others prefer online sessions because they live in areas without therapists, they travel constantly and cannot always attend in person, they live abroad and want to continue therapy in their language, as is the case with some of the people who come to me from other European countries. Or simply, some people prefer to maintain their privacy and not attend therapy in person in their local area. Either way, each person has their own reasons, and they should be respected.
ABSOLUTELY! Not only do I have to adhere to a professional code of ethics, but for me, PRIVACY is something sacred and must be faithfully respected. Everything discussed is strictly confidential and will be treated with utmost respect, providing a meaningful context for the issues being treated.
ABSOLUTELY! Not only do I have to adhere to a professional code of ethics, but for me, PRIVACY is something sacred and must be faithfully respected. Everything discussed is strictly confidential and will be treated with utmost respect, providing a meaningful context within the person's presenting issues.
A psychologist is a licensed professional in psychology, which means they have a university education and a higher degree, complemented by courses or master's degrees. A psychiatrist is a medical doctor who has chosen to specialize in psychology after completing their medical degree and is able to prescribe medication to individuals. The general psychologist cannot do so.
That's a great question! Often, people who seek a therapist are not aware that there are many specialties that can differentiate them, and this impacts the way they work. It is important to gather information about the type of therapy applied. Some examples include cognitive-behavioral therapy, psychoanalysis, Jungian therapy, Lacanian therapy, humanistic therapy, gestalt therapy, etc. Each therapy approach entails a very different way of working with the individual. In my case, I practice humanistic-gestalt therapy.
Naturopathy is a set of techniques designed to complement and support traditional medicine. According to Naturopathy, both physical and emotional discomfort represent a set of imbalances in a person's energy field, and for this reason, it focuses on addressing the source of the problems rather than simply alleviating symptoms, aiming to achieve physical and emotional balance and well-being. Specifically, it involves stimulating the individual's self-healing and recovery abilities, taking care of aspects such as nutrition, toxin elimination, immune system stimulation, and strengthening the energy system, among others. Naturopathy is based on common sense principles and living in harmony with the environment. Within the broad spectrum of Naturopathy, there are various modalities, including Phytotherapy, Quiromassage, Oligoelements, Bach Flowers, Aromatherapy, Foot Reflexology, and Reiki, among others.
Conditions that can be addressed through Naturopathy include fatigue and stress, adrenal fatigue, low energy, disruption of biorhythms, sleep disorders, anxiety, candidiasis due to intestinal flora imbalance, recurrent cystitis, skin problems such as dermatitis, psoriasis, acne, low energy immune system, premenstrual syndrome, menopausal disorders, digestive disorders such as irritable bowel syndrome, malabsorption, fatty liver, constipation, acidity or reflux, among others.