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Individual Psychotherapy



Our certified service, through studies accredited by the National Council of Clinic Social Work, allows us to provide you with the best psychotherapist care under various modalities. Always following the guidelines of the HIPPA Law, you are offered a first session or initial interview. where it is determined what your main problem is, and under what modality of therapy it will work. (Systemic, Cognitive Behavioral, Humanistic or Patient Centered.)


Socrates said that it was vital to know oneself, and that is largely what therapy entails. One thing needs to be made clear, and that is that not telling the truth or sincerely trying to help yourself is a waste of money and time. Once we are clear about what we want to do, and how we want to help each other, we have to start this path. And it is that therapy It is not a magical session, it is a path that we follow towards self-knowledge. In therapy we de-construct ourselves, we reflect on ourselves and we rebuild ourselves, piece by piece.




Nearly one in 10 American adults has depression, and the rate for women is nearly twice that for men, according to health officials. Data from a national survey showed that more than 8% of adults ages 20 and older suffer from low mood, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). USA In women, a little more than 10% have depression, compared to 5.5% of men. And this mood disorder affects the daily lives of most of these people, the 2013-2017 questionnaires show. One of the most surprising findings was that for both men and women, approximately 80% of adults with depression had at least some difficulty with functioning in daily life.




We think about life circumstances, from our childhood, our first kiss or even the first time we drove. And thinking about them helps us see why we are like this. Why do we need therapy? And what do we want to change? Here I show you the advantages and benefits of online individual psychotherapy:

  • Possibility of attending therapy without having to leave your home or office.

  • There are no geographical barriers.

  • Greater privacy, no one will observe you in a waiting room.

  • A family atmosphere.

  • It may be cheaper.

Individual Psychotherapies are provided by:
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Dr. Celia Rivera Psychologist & Clinical Social Worker Located in Orlando Florida.
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Ana Valeria Capeles MSW, LICSW Located in Puerto Rico
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Alberto Cartier BBA Coach Mentor Author Polyglot Located in Spain
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Solymar Montero Rivera Located in Puerto Rico

Emotional Management

Emotional management refers to the process of recognizing, understanding, and managing emotions effectively. It involves the ability to properly identify and express emotions, as well as regulate them in a healthy way to adapt to different situations.

Emotional management involves several key aspects:

  1. Emotional Awareness: Understanding and recognizing one's own emotions and the physical signals that accompany them. This involves being aware of how you feel in different situations and being able to label and name your emotions.

  2. Emotional Regulation: Once you are aware of your emotions, emotional regulation involves the ability to manage your emotions appropriately and in a healthy way. This involves the ability to control impulsive emotional responses, deal with stress and frustration, and recover quickly from negative emotions.

  3. Emotional Expression: Emotional management also involves the ability to express your emotions in an appropriate and constructive way. This involves communicating your feelings clearly and respectfully, without holding them back or letting them spill out inappropriately.

  4. Emotional Empathy: In addition to managing your own emotions, emotional management also involves being aware of and sensitive to the emotions of others. This involves the ability to put yourself in the shoes of others, understand their feelings, and respond empathically.

Emotional management is important because emotions influence our actions, decisions and relationships. Good emotional management allows us to make more informed decisions, better manage stress, maintain healthy relationships and promote our general well-being.

There are various techniques and strategies to develop and improve emotional management, such as the practice of mindfulness, the regulation of breathing, the development of assertive communication skills and the search for social support. Therapy can also be useful for those who need additional help in managing their emotions.

Emotional Management Consults are provided by:
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Alberto Cartier BBA Coach Mentor Author Polyglot Located in Spain

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