By playing our children explore the world around them but also project their inner world, their concerns, interests and fears. Alongside someone who can help them understand and connect their games with their own experiences, we can work underlying emotional issues that had been hidden or stuck.
Strengthening the relationships with significant people in our environment, especially within the family and between parents and children, we can provide a safe base of trust, respect and affection that will enable our children learn, grow and develop healthy long-lasting relationships throughout their life.
Understanding, listening and caring about our emotional inner world, as well as the other people’s, is an essential tool to achieve a successful and healthy social life.
Cognitive and behavioral techniques: We use self-reports, systematic desensitization and relaxation techniques to treat fears, stress and anxiety.
To be a parent can often become a difficult experience. When crisis or personal and family difficulties strike, having a non-judgemental and respectful space for reflection can be very helpful.