Each technique and therapeutic method acts in a relationship. The relationship of trust of an individual with a therapist is the sure basis from which to start towards a new balance and a newfound well-being.
"Are you calling for yourself or for someone else?" It is the first question I ask when I receive a phone call from a person requesting an appointment. If the person is an adult and calling for themselves, the therapy could be individual as it could only bring the person calling into the therapy room. In reality, the experience of working with people reminds me every day that this room is filled every time with narratives and stories full of people and relationships of attachment, conflicts and experiences. The person brings his world and his everyday life and with the therapist tries to give meaning to what is happening to him, to the emotions that are difficult to bear, to the thoughts about himself and about others, to the physical sensations or symptoms that emotional malaise entails . The therapist leads the person towards the stabilization and resolution of the symptom, supporting his patient in the search for a new balance, a new lifestyle, a change in the way of seeing himself and the surrounding world.