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"If your thoughts can make you sick, they can also make you well"


Meet Francesco, BSc, MA, CCC, RP (He/Him/His)


Are you feeling stuck, grappling with intrusive negative thoughts, or finding it challenging to control worries about the past or future?


If so, I'm here to offer a guiding hand on your journey toward self-discovery and empowerment.

In times of stress, anxiety, or depression, discovering a therapeutic approach that resonates with you is crucial for navigating life's challenges. Together, we can explore and understand the intricacies of emotions, relationships, boundaries, resilience, recovery, and accomplishments by slowing down and creating space for learning.

My goal as a therapist is to empower you throughout this transformative journey, integrating your personal goals and strengths into your everyday life. Whether we're working on regulating emotions, thoughts, or behaviors, I am committed to fostering a compassionate and non-judgmental space where you are the author of your own story.

Multi-dimensional approaches are key to aligning with your personal desires, beliefs, and values in therapy. By strengthening your intuition, we can collaboratively take action, laying the foundation for turning your goals and dreams into tangible reality.

If you're ready to embark on a journey of self-discovery, resilience, and positive transformation, I'm here to support you every step of the way. Together, we can navigate the complexities of your unique path, creating a space for healing, growth, and the manifestation of your aspirations.



What is Psychotherapy?

n. any psychological service provided by a trained professional that primarily uses forms of communication and interaction to assess, diagnose, and treat dysfunctional emotional reactions, ways of thinking, and behavior patterns. Psychotherapy may be provided to individuals, couples (see couples therapy), families (see family therapy), or members of a group (see group therapy). There are many types of psychotherapy, but generally they fall into four major categories: psychodynamic psychotherapycognitive therapy or behavior therapyhumanistic therapy, and integrative psychotherapy. The psychotherapist is an individual who has been professionally trained and licensed to treat mental, emotional, and behavioral disorders by psychological means.  (APA, 2022).



Looking forward to answering any of your questions or concerns.


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