Adult Psychotherapy aims to improve personal suffering by increasing the resources to deal with the difficulties and problems inherent to life. For this, the psychological functioning is addressed as a whole, allowing emphasizing and working with affective aspects, memories, thoughts and behaviors. The patient is a fundamental part of the therapy, therefore he/she is at the center of the psychotherapeutic process, as well as his/her individuality and his/her opinions.

Psychotherapeutic intervention in adults is useful in a variety of situations, the most common of which are:

  • Depression;
  • Anxiety;
  • Stress;
  • Phobias;
  • Divorce / Separation;
  • Addition / Consumption;
  • Self-esteem;
  • School Problems;
  • Professional Problems;
  • Obsessions;
  • Emotional Exertion / Anger / Aggression;
  • Sexual Problems;
  • Eating problems (anorexia, bulimia, etc.).