I practice psychotherapy in Rome EUR. My office is located in Via della Divisione Torino, 80, a short walk from the Laurentina subway station.
I am trained in a transpersonal psychotherapy course under the patronage of the European Transpersonal Psychology Association (ETPA).
Thanks to my fluent knowledge of English (Cambridge ESOL Certificate of Proficiency), French (Dalf C2 certification), Spanish and an intermediate level knowledge of Romanian and Russian, I am also able to help non-Italian speakers.
I hold degrees in painting and sculpture and public art from the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome. My artistic research intersects with my psychological and spiritual knowledge, giving me the opportunity to integrate my work as a facilitator in the psycho-spiritual field with the visual and imaginative expression of the content I am primarily concerned with.
I believe that my own life experiences, personal growth and a continuous pathway of investigation and spiritual transformation, are an indispensable factor for my therapeutic practice, aside from my personal training on psychotherapy.
The foundation of my method of psychotherapy is Psychosocial Gestalt, an address belonging to the humanistic area of psychology, which is based on values such as: awareness in the here-and-now, the inseparability of the mind-body system, organismic self-regulation and contact, paying special attention to the person seen not only as a single individual but as an individual living and operating in an environment.
Having started from this point, afterwards I opted for the integral approach within the transpersonal psychology. This approach aims to integrate the features of the human wholeness (physical, emotional, mental, spiritual) by joining together the psychoterapeutic knowledge and the practices of awareness and transformation contained in the meditative systems.
This combination of methods, rarely found in combination, allows me to deal with people who have existential or related difficulties in integrating the spiritual plane, framing them in the experience of individual daily reality.