Psychotherapy and art psychotherapy

Psychotherapy

Psychotherapy is a therapeutic interaction contracted between a trained professional and a client, or group. Simply, psychotherapy is a term to define a type of treatment of personal or group problems by talking with a mental health professional. During psychotherapy, clients learns about their condition and moods, feelings, thoughts and related behaviors, and how to take control of one’s life and respond to challenging situations with healthy coping skills. Psychotherapy occurs in the context of a safe relationship. This safety is enhanced by adherence to certain boundaries. These include respect for confidentiality of the patient and meeting consistently in the same safe place for each session .

Art psychotherapy

Art psychotherapy is a form of psychotherapy, where, the making of pictures, drawings or clay models, occurs in the context of a safe relationship. This safety is enhanced by adherence to certain boundaries. These include respect for confidentiality of the patient and meeting consistently in the same safe place for each session .

Stress

http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/stress-anxiety-depression/Pages/understanding-stress.aspx

Depression

http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/stress-anxiety-depression/Pages/low-mood-and-depression.aspx

Mental health

http://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/mentalhealth/Pages/Mentalhealthhome.aspx

About alesecci

I am a Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist and Art Psychotherapist. I work with adults in individual and group sessions. I have been a therapist for 15 years and in private practice working extensively with clients who suffer from different disturbs. I help clients overcome emotional difficulties, self-sabotaging behaviors, body problems, bereavement and depression, traumatic experiences and addictions. I am a researcher in Integrative Therapy. I have been using Advanced Integrative Therapy tools in my private practice since 10 years. I am interested in spiritual growth, religion, Taoism, physics and Jungian psychology.
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