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The work done in the clinic is to evaluate, diagnose and treat patients to optimize their mental health.

It is not necessary to meet the diagnosis of a psychological disorder to go for psychological treatment.
Individual Therapy
Couple therapy

There is no universal process; each psychologist works differently and approaches each case uniquely.

It is a teamwork scenario, where one person describes what they think, feel, and how they have acted.

We will guide ourselves through the establishment of objectives, following the cognitive-behavioral approach.

Out-of-session tasks or activities important to the treatment will be assigned.

It is necessary to have the willingness to approach things differently and to remain open to achieving better self-knowledge.

The duration of therapy is not fixed; it can vary between 4 and 12 sessions. However, you need to be willing to engage in consecutive sessions to work on yourself effectively.

When to Attend Couples Therapy?

Do you hold grudges? Can you negotiate during conflicts? Do you find agreement on important matters? Do you provide support for each other in difficult times? Are your intimate relationships functioning well? Are thoughts of infidelity emerging? If given the choice, would you choose their partner again?

All couples encounter problems. What sets one couple apart from another is how they perceive these problems and how they actively seek solutions.

The initial session involves both partners. Questions are posed regarding:
- Their respective childhoods
- Previous relationships
- Marital history
- Current issues
- Relationship strengths
- Therapy objectives

Subsequent sessions involve two individual sessions, alternating with joint sessions.

The goal of this therapy is for the couple to implement strategies for resolving, managing, preventing, or overcoming internal and external challenges and difficulties, all while working together as a team.

It centers around the interactions within the group, providing a platform to address the challenges faced by each member and collectively discover solutions.

The objective, akin to individual therapy, is to facilitate conflict resolution, achieve emotional equilibrium, foster personal development, enhance social skills, and provide coping mechanisms as needed.

The group serves as the catalyst for the desired transformation. It also fosters an understanding that an individual is not isolated in their struggles, breaking the sense of solitude.

This approach proves beneficial for mood disorders such as depression and anxiety, experiences of grief, dealing with addictions, managing social phobia, addressing eating disorders, handling chronic illnesses, tackling self-esteem issues, overcoming emotional dependence, and navigating difficult relationships.

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