A therapeutic process consists of feeling and understanding what is happening to us in order to reorganize ourselves internally.

A therapeutic process consists of feeling and understanding what is happening to us in order to reorganize ourselves internally.

Decipher the defensive mechanisms that we have built at an emotional, physical and
cognitive level to integrate these three aspects of our being.

A defensive mechanism is a protection that we build mainly during childhood to get away
from what causes us emotional or affective pain.

Remembering is the best way to forget.


How do we do it?

This is done through building a relationship with the therapist and raising awareness at a bodily, emotional and cognitive level; through verbal elaboration and body work, while respecting the rhythm of each person.

A therapeutic relationship is the axis of the process. In the same way that human relationships — from conception to adult life — have been the pillar of the construction of our bonds and our identity. And through this relationship with the therapist, we are creating new relational registers, that is, new ways of being seen, heard, respected and accompanied.

Mind-Body Integration therapy:

Mind-body Integration therapy is a deep psychotherapy. And it is mainly with this methodology and practice that I base my current work on. It was created by Marc Costa, with whom I had the honor of training, and to whom I am deeply grateful.

Its theoretical roots come from Freudian psychoanalytic tradition, with the psychodynamic defensive approaches of Sigmund and Anna Freud; and is situated in a neo-Reichian line, as an evolution of the work of Wilhelm Reich, coinciding above all in theoretical foundations such as the mind-body functional unit (psyche and soma). It also takes from Carl Rogers humanistic view of the therapeutic relationship. And it delves into the pattern of organization from ecological-systemic evolutionary biology. Marc Costa delved into, among other topics, the study of the pre- and perinatal origins of character structures.

This work differs from others in how the therapeutic relationship works, by way of collecting and accompanying deep instinctive and emotional processes, working with defenses and working with regressions in the pre- and perinatal area.

What do I offer?


Face-to-face therapies in Girona and on-line
In catalan / spanish / english

Face-to-face therapies in Girona and online. In Catalan / Spanish / English

What symptoms might indicate
that I need therapy?

We all benefit from therapy in the same way that we benefit from exercise and a balanced diet. It is not necessary to feel very bad to decide to take the step, we can also be anxious to get to know ourselves better, and improve our relationships.

The therapeutic process can also help those people (or couples) who experience any of these situations:

Crisis of anxiety or distress.

Do you feel fear/panic/anxiety/overwhelm when you are faced with situations that are not dangerous at the time? Do you have episodes of chest tightness, difficulty breathing or tachycardia?

Chronic stress.

Do you find it difficult to manage your time, set limits and do things at your own pace? Do you feel exhausted but can’t take care of your rest and relaxation time?

Lack of impulse, depression.

Do you feel difficulty finding meaning in your everyday life? Do you easily lose motivation and energy to carry out what you set out to do? Do you feel apathy or emotional detachment?

Obsessions, addictions and compulsions.

Do you consume compulsively (food, objects, pornography, etc.) and you feel unable to “say no”? Do you feel that your relationships are abusive and you can’t distance yourself from it? Do you feel your worth is tied to perfection or production?


Do you feel that your body demands attention and expresses your needs through different physical symptoms? Do you feel that it is difficult for you to define and put words to what happens to you on an emotional level?

Difficulty in relationships.

Do you find it difficult to express yourself and communicate honestly and spontaneously? Do you feel misunderstood and isolate yourself easily? Do you feel that you connect with people through a role or with a false identity? Do you find it difficult to create stable and intimate bonds?


Do you find it difficult to manage conflicts either with your partner or with your children? Do you have angry outbursts that you can’t control? Do you avoid direct confrontation at all costs? Do you feel your child’s expressions are a personal attack on you?