It is fairly easy to define, in a few words, what makes a good lawyer, a good architect, or a good writer, by saying that it is one who wins difficult trials, who builds the best constructions, or who writes moving novels—no more qualities would be necessary. In contrast, to define what makes a good therapist is a rather difficult task.

A good therapist will be different things to different people at different times.

A good therapist is simultaneously a good listener, honest, trustworthy, kind, humble, optimistic, efficient and with solid ethical cores.

One must show compassion and empathy towards his client and pursue to fully understand what they’re going through.

Think of how relieved you could become by learning how to get where you want to go, away from bad habits, developing the habit of feeling happy and, finally, to be in charge of your life.

To change or improve, you must recognize that you are not always functioning in the way that you want to, because you are not always the person that you want to be, or you don’t always seem to control your emotions or what you think or do.

What if you could learn skills for feeling fantastic, motivating yourself, becoming relaxed or being more confident and helpful?

You can learn to get over your problems by building strategies and applying powerful and permanent changes in your life.

Persistence, Determination, Dedication and Perseverance are the key ingredients of success. I am looking forward to meeting you and to start working together.

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Corporate industry (NLP – Coaching – Consumer Psychology & Marketing) – My aim is to help any organisation to get the best performance from their employees, to improve employees’ job satisfaction, work on organisational issues, such as culture and changes, as well as issues at an individual or team level. I commonly work with management, human resources officers and training and development officers, careers advisers, management consultants and business coaches. For further details also on “Psychology and Marketing” please click here.