Much of what we are as adults, has its origin in childhood. The negative experiences that we have gone through as kids and how we introjected them, are the main source of our emotional problems in adulthood.
- Difficulty trusting others
- Aggressive behavior towards yourself and the people you love
- Low self esteem
- Tendency to place other’s needs before your own
- Difficulty to express emotions of love and happiness
- Constant nightmares
- Frequent frustrations
- Constant feeling of dissatisfaction
Sexual abuse is one of the most traumatic forms of violence that any human being can experience. The consequences of being a victim of a sexual attack range from low self-esteem to suicide. From my specialty, I focus on the direct work with victims of sexual abuse and child sexual abuse. It is one of the most complex therapeutic processes, but at the same time, the most rewarding. I guarantee constant accompaniment, a therapeutic program tailored especially to the type of sexual abuse you have been a victim of, and above all, I guarantee you the necessary support and guidance to start your healing process.
Family is the first social unit in which every person develops. The emotional bonds and affective relationships that we build within the family will determine all our relationships later in life. Clinical family therapy focuses on the bonds within the family and their healthy or unhealthy influence within its members.
Self-love and positive self-concept, have a great impact on our way of seeing and facing life, in addition to providing us with tools of resilience to process failure, understanding our value in the world and setting up personal limits. However, self-esteem is a skill that we cannot take for granted and that we must constantly work and train on. From my office, we offer you therapeutic and coaching programs that will provide you tools to build your self-esteem.
Depression is a mood disorder in which feelings of sadness, loss, anger, or frustration interfere with the daily life over a period of a few weeks or more. Also called major depressive disorder or clinical depression, it affects how you think, feel, and behave, and can lead to a variety of emotional and physical problems.
- You are easily irritated
- Constant feelings of dissatisfaction
- Feelings of worthlessness, self-hatred or guilt
- Alterations in the routine of sleep and appetite
- Loss of energy including sexual desire
Anxiety is an automatic biological response that is activated when we find ourselves in a threatening situation. But anxiety can turn negative, when we are in a constant state of alert, and when we are frequently anguished thinking that something bad is going to happen.
- Constant pressure on the chest and stomach
- Moments of binge eating or not eating at all
- Trouble sleeping due to thinking about the next day
- Concentration problems from thinking about other things
- Biting your nails frequently
- Thinking about the most negative scenarios whenever you start a project
- Chronic headaches or migraines and constant muscle tension
- Social isolation
- Difficulty trusting others