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Psychological Development and Wellbeing







Psychological Development and Wellbeing concern the psychological state that every person feels and experiences during the different phases of the life cycle.

According to the definition given by the World Health Organization (1946) "Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity".

However, Health and Wellbeing are dynamic states, always in need of continuous re-definition, and they can vary from person to person and in different times of life.

In any determined phave of life, external or internal situations can contribute to changes that one can find it difficult to cope with. 

This is the time to seek for help and to start promoting a change, before the current situation becomes too difficult and impacts on other aspects of life.

The role of a clinical psychologist and psychoanalytic psychotherapist is to assess the client's psychological experience in order to get to a broader understanding and eventually offer an appropriate treatment.

Enquiries about psychoanalysis are welcome for those interested in this form of treatment and are looking for a deeper approach to their recurrent struggles in life.

Psychotherapy - Psychoanalysis 


Psychotherapy is a therapy used to treat emotional and mental health conditions based on psychological meansThere are many different psychotherapies recognized in the mental health community.

I provide individual psychotherapy based on the psychoanalytical and psychodinamic framework. 

Group psychotherapy can be offered based on the needs and issues the person is presenting with.

Finally, I can offer psychoanalysis to those who feel stuck in recurrent problems that are impeding them to fully live their life and want to be able to reach their potentials in order to experience a more satisfactory life in different areas: in their relationships, at work, in everyday activities. Psychoanalysis requires a significant commitment, both on the part of the patient and on the analysist, for a considerable amount of time as it is a deep and intense form of treatment.