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I am not what happened to me, I am what I choose to become.

Carl Gustav Jung

The therapeutical process begins with the client and the therapist coming to a joint understanding of the client’s issues and self-defeating patterns that may be preventing the client’s growth and interfering with their ability to meet personal and life goals.

Our therapists are trained to help with issues like:

  • Depression

  • Fertility difficulties

  • Anger Management

  • Loneliness

  • Work related stress

  • Behavioural issues

  • Self-Harm

  • Anxiety

  • Post Natal Depression

  • Traumas

  • Bereavement and Grief

  • School difficulties

  • Suicidal Thoughts

  • Panic Attacks

  • Relationship Problems

  • Low self esteem

  • Psychosomatic disorders


Adolescence can be a quite demanding period of life, where changes take place socially, physically, and mentally. It is a period of development where a natural detachment from parents and family can occur, and where peers assume a more significant role.

Despite being a period of change, opportunity, dreams and achievements, it can also be a period for self-doubt, insecurity and isolation. This, in some instances, can manifest itself in anxiety, stress, self-harm and suicide ideation. The aim of therapy is to provide support and help to the adolescent and, therefore, to their family, by identifying the difficulties that are being experienced, the causes behind it and by providing the means to resolve it.


Because their verbal language is not always developed in a way that would allow them to express their feelings and thoughts, children can often manifest their emotional state through their behaviour. What at first sight can be seen, as lack of concentration, learning difficulties, social issues, aggressiveness, tantrums, lack of motivation, low self-esteem… can actually be related to emotional distress. Certain behaviours can be a symptom of internal suffering and struggle. It is in this regard that therapy can be helpful for both the child and, as well, the parents, helping them to identify the reasons behind the behaviour and

resolving it. It can also be beneficial to offer a different relationship in a differentiated setting.

Individual adult therapy is a process by which the client is invited to look honestly at their life history and lifestyle and make certain decisions about the ways in which they want to examine and/or modify the quality of their life. Within this framework, Therapists at PsyMentalHealth provide support and warmth yet enough care to challenge and confront, in a confidential, non-judgmental and safe space for clients.


Couples therapy is a type of psychotherapy in which a therapist, with experience working with couples, aims to help two people involved in a romantic relationship to gain insight into their interactions, resolve conflicts and improve their satisfaction as a couple using a variety of therapeutic interventions.

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