If you are in this section, you may worry about some problem or conflict in the most significant people in your life, which you consider your family. Some difficulty with the smallest of the house, a teenager or a particular situation that involves an older person.


The most powerful of this type of therapy is its emphasis on working with several people at the same time, allowing everyone to have a voice in the real Spanish academy. The family is a group of related people who live together.

Whatever the situation you are living, you or someone close to you, if you choose family therapy, both you and each person involved can talk about it. In our meetings we will listen attentively to the experience of each person. This gives a space of understanding of the different experiences on the part of each member of the family and helps that the suffering - understood as a result of the relationship between the person, the world and the other significant persons - diminishes considerably.


Any particular "problem" is not seen as a problem by itself, but is part of a process of relationship with the world, with other people, their behaviors and the meanings we give them.


This type of therapy includes the difficulties that can be experienced throughout life, some examples are the following:

  • Problems in childhood; sleep, food, behaviors and attachment.
  • Child abuse and abandonment.
  • Conduct problems in children and adolescents, such as behavioral difficulties, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and delinquency.
  • Emotional problems that include anxiety, depression, pain, bipolar disorder, self-harm and suicide.
  • Difficulties related to advanced age, adaptation to the life cycle, menopause, empty nest, fear of death, etc.
  • Problems related to the body that include enuresis, encopresis, recurrent abdominal pain, symptoms without medical explanation and poorly controlled asthma and diabetes.
  • Abuse of drugs or other substances.
  • Eating disorders including anorexia, bulimia and obesity.
  • First episode of psychosis.
  • Difficulties of relationship and anguish.
  • Psychosexual problems.
  • Anxiety disorders.
  • Mood and depression disorders.
  • Relationship problems.
  • Adaptation to chronic physical illnes