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Our center specializes in various therapeutic approaches.

Cognitive - Behavioral Therapy.

Cognitive-behavioral therapy involves becoming aware of our way of thinking and behaving, observing how it influences the way we feel. It combines techniques of cognitive restructuring, relaxation training, and coping strategies, among others.

The therapeutic process involves an interaction between patient and therapist aimed at modifying dysfunctional thought patterns and behavior habits, replacing them with more adaptive and flexible ones.

Rational Emotive Therapy.

Rational Emotive Therapy (RET) is a type of therapy centered around an active-directive intervention model represented by the A-B-C sequence. According to this theoretical model, emotions, along with behaviors, play a very important role, but the emphasis is placed on thoughts.

Systemic Family Therapy

Systemic family therapy places special importance on the relationships and communication within any interacting group, understood as a system.

Systemic therapy is based on a psychotherapeutic approach that, although it originated in family therapy, has crystallized over the last half-century into what is now preferred to be called systemic therapy. This term emphasizes the fact that it is not essential for a family to be the focus of attention for the therapeutic perspective to be systemic.

Thus, systemic concepts, as well as their methods and therapeutic techniques, can also be applied to couples, work teams, school contexts, and even individuals. What is decisive is that the emphasis is placed on the dynamics of communication processes, on the interactions between the members of the system, and between the subsystems that compose it.

This approach is presented as a systematic and scientific way of approaching and representing reality from a holistic and integrative perspective, where the focus is on the relationships and the components that emerge from them.


Psychoanalysis can be defined as a method and technique of psychotherapeutic treatment based on the exploration of the unconscious through free association. Unlike methods that are based on exercises, training, or learning (such as behavioral techniques) or explanations on the cognitive level, psychoanalysis is among the discovery techniques that aim for the patient to achieve a deep understanding of the circumstances (usually unconscious) that have given rise to their conditions, or are the cause of their suffering or psychological discomfort. It is about achieving a broader restructuring of the personality, especially the emotional life, and particularly in those areas that contribute to and maintain the formation of symptoms, or defensive forms that cause harm or discomfort. It is about making the unconscious conscious.

Transactional Analysis and Psychotherapy

The term Integrative Psychotherapy has various meanings. It refers to the process of integrating the personality by taking repressed, unconscious parts or unresolved aspects and making them part of a cohesive personality, reducing the use of defense mechanisms, and achieving greater flexibility and spontaneity in problem-solving and in relationships with others.

Integrative Psychotherapy also refers to the cohesion of the affective, cognitive, behavioral, and physiological systems within the individual.

Transactional Analysis falls within the psychotherapies known as humanistic or existential and is a way of understanding life, people, and interpersonal relationships.

Transactional Analysis encompasses a set of techniques to help individuals develop, grow personally, and solve emotional problems.

Constructivist therapy

It involves reviewing the belief system that we have constructed based on the journey and history of each of us.

There are moments on the journey when the ideas we have are not useful, but we don't know what to do. This therapy helps to find a new path by reviewing the belief system.

Regressive therapy

Through hypnosis, emotional therapy is conducted by regressing to situations related to the current problem, seeking its origin and cause; this is done to free ourselves and create new, healthier emotional, cognitive, physical, and behavioral responses.

Psychological coaching

It is a set of strategies made available to accompany you in achieving your maximum potential and talent. Personal improvement plans are established, accompanying you to discover your passion, determine your goals, and take the necessary steps to achieve them. These techniques are applicable to both personal and professional areas, covering diverse topics such as: leisure improvement, weight loss, work improvement plans, excellence in interpersonal communication, decision making.

Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) applied to the psychotherapeutic and personal development fields to help you overcome your limitations through visualizations, imagery, mind maps, relaxation, and/or trance, etc.


It is a therapy that is proving to be revolutionary, very powerful, and effective, combining eye movement with a highly developed therapeutic procedure in which different therapeutic approaches are integrated. Its strength allows for overcoming profound experiences without the need for years of therapy and freeing oneself from the deep emotional scars that these experiences leave.

What is it used for?
Traumas, Anxiety, Grief, Blockages, phobia treatment, repressed emotions...

Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT)

It is a therapy that aims to heal emotion, focusing intensively on those emotional expressions that are limiting or affecting our life and growth.

Its usefulness is increasingly being proven in the treatment of ANXIETY, PAIN, BLOCKAGES, and a myriad of psychological issues and problems. It is also helpful for chronic or acute physical illnesses and pain.

A therapy that aims to heal emotion with emotion itself, focusing intensively on those emotional expressions that are limiting and affecting our life and growth.

“Life is what you do with what has been done to you” JP Sartre.