Our Psychotherapists 

The tasks of our psychologist are to understand and explain thoughts, emotions, feelings, and behavior, for which they use techniques such as observation, assessment, and experimentation to develop theories about the beliefs and feelings that influence a person’s actions. Further information are gathered and behavior is evaluated through controlled laboratory experiments, psychoanalysis, or psychotherapy.  It is in the psychologist’s responsibility to look for relationships or patterns of behavior between events, and use this information when testing theories in treating patients.

We want to focus on different ways of psychological care. The following are the different types of psychologist that work for us:

Our steps to lead to successful sessions

  • Relating (respecting the patient’s self-esteem and struggles)

  • Exploring (paying attention to what participants say as well as what they don’t say and their body language)

  • Explaining (presenting interpretations to the participants so they can agree or disagree)

  • Intervening (teaching the client ways to deal with their issues, such as coping skills)

Our psychotherapy interventions


  • Cognitive-behavorial therapy (CBT): Identification of unhealthy, negative beliefs and behaviors and replacement with healthy, positive ones

  • Psychodynamic psychotherapy: Increasing your awareness of unconscious thoughts and behaviors, developing new insights into your motivations, and resolving conflicts

  • Supportive psychotherapy: Reinforcement of your ability to cope with stress and difficult situations

  • Mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR): Reductions of symptoms of stress and anxiety by development of the ability to cope more effectively with both short-term and long-term stressful situations”. 

  • Short-term psychodynamic therapy with mentalization-based therapy (STMBP): Effective treatment for a major depressive disorder (MDD)  by helping people to differentiate and separate out their own thoughts and feelings from those around them

  • Psilocybin-assisted psychotherapy: Effective in reducing stress and anxiety symptoms in cancer patients 

  • Interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT): Effective treatment of depressive symptoms in adolescents by focusing on addressing problems with your current relationships with other people to improve your interpersonal skills”. IPT can be effective in treating disorders that lead to social deficiencies, as well as in marriage and family therapy

  • Cognitive hypnotherapy (CH): Effective in treating anger issues by integration of hypnosis with CBT​

  • Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT): Effective for reducing suicidal ideas as well as depression and anxiety symptoms. It is a type of CBT that teaches behavioral skills to help you handle stress, manage your emotions and improve your relationships with others.

  • Short-term clay art therapy (CAT):  Effective in improving the mental health of participants with MDD by active art-making.

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