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Dip. García Solsona, Neus

Experta en Trastorns de l’Autoestima i Pèrdua Familiar

No. member: 9680

Degree in Psychology from the University of Barcelona. Specialized in anxiety disorders, stress management and smoking cessation treatments. Trained in gestalt therapy and enneagram through Claudio Naranjo's Sat program. Training in family constellations. Studies on acupuncture and hypnosis. Experience in private practice for 15 years mainly attending to patients with anxious and depressive conditions.

ldo De Dios, Miguel Angel

Expert en Psicologia General sanitaria

No. member: 25887

Graduated in psychology from the Open University of Catalonia (UOC), specializing in General Health Psychology at the Isabel I University (UI1). In addition, he has completed training in Mindfulness, Gestalt therapy and Coaching. He also has business training, having completed a Master's in Business Management and Organization and Industrial Technical Engineering studies at the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC). During all this time he has worked with adult patients who present problems, mainly of an anxious-depressive nature, and also with people who want to work on aspects related to personal growth, both individually and in groups.

Sexology is a private specialty and is not covered by any mutual. For more information call us at (+34) 934553500

What is psychology?

It is the science that deals with the behavior and mental processes of individuals.

What do we deal with?

Anxiety disorder: Anxiety crisis, generalized anxiety disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, stress, fear, panic and phobias.
depression: Fatigue, low self-esteem, nervous tension and insomnia.
guidance and therapeutic support for children and adolescents.
Orientation to parents, teachers or educators.
Treatments for stop smoking.
Couples therapy and sexology.

Holographic technique

Systemic work: Les constellations

What techniques do we use?

Cognitive and behavioral therapy
Gestalt humanistic therapy
Systemic therapy
Relaxation and hypnosis techniques

Systemic work: The constellations

Family Constellations are part of what we call Brief Solution Oriented Therapies, and address problems from a Systemic perspective. Anything can be worked with the Constellations, for example an addiction is a system between the person and the substance.

Everything in life is part of a System, even our psychological structure.

The work is to represent the problem; give visible form to the hidden dynamics that maintain it; so that we see clearly where the origin of the dysfunction is, and from there we resolve. Being able to change what happened in a previous generation that is now affecting us in our current life is a privilege. Anything short of finding and solving the real root of the problem, patching it up, will sooner or later manifest itself again. It is, therefore, one of the most practical and fastest ways to access our unconscious.

What can be done with the constellations?

We can work on anything, for example, a couple is already a System. A business, a conflict, a symptom, an illness, a relationship... anything can be addressed with the Constellations. Everything in life is part of a System, even the
our own internal states.

Holographic technique

The Holographic Technique is a Therapy that addresses physical and emotional discomfort from a treatment on the body's energy circuit. It is based on the principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and understands disease as the result of an energy imbalance, which causes an inadequate response from the body. 

I use it as a complement to my Technique. With the constellations and in healing, we work at very deep levels, and often transpersonal, and so that all of this can have results more quickly, with Holograms we bring it to the body level and, therefore, it is better integrated into consciousness.  

It also helps to lead the process better when what we are working on are hard and difficult subjects for the person. 

The Holographic Technique is a Therapy in itself 

For adults 

It helps correct psychological and emotional disturbances: depression, anxiety, stress and their somatizations (fatigue, tension, excitement, obsessions...). It helps a lot in the improvement of some mental disorders. 

For the children 

It works very well with children, and often saves them medication.  

School failure due to emotional blockages, fears, insecurity, attention disorders, or unassimilated life changes (divorces, housing...), behavioral disorders, depression. 


What does psychology explore?

The perception
The attention
The motivation
the emotion
The functioning of the brain
The intelligence
Personality and personal relationships
Consciousness and unconsciousness

What is clinical psychology?

Clinical psychology is the branch of psychological science that deals with the investigation, assessment and diagnosis of psychological disorders, and the treatment of human distress and suffering.

Some primary theoretical orientations of clinical psychology are behavioral, cognitive, psychoanalytic or psychodynamic, humanistic and family systemic therapy.

Frequently asked questions

What is the difference between a psychologist and a psychiatrist?
The main difference lies in the fact that the psychologist is not a doctor and therefore cannot prescribe medication, while the psychiatrist can.
What behavioral disorders does a psychologist treat?
• Difficulty communicating with relatives and the environment
• Hyperactivity
• Low self-esteem
• Anxiety
• Smoking
• Etc.
When should I take my child to the psychologist?
Areas that parents should look for to identify any changes that may indicate an emotional problem are:

• Food
• Sleep
• Attention and concentration
• School performance
• Game
• Social relations
• Mood

Is it normal to be embarrassed to go to the psychologist?
It is very common. There are still many social prejudices in this regard and there are people who avoid going to the psychologist, despite needing it, or patients who do not explain that they go there.
Can there be relapses?
Yes. If the person has not learned and automated the strategies they have been taught, they may relapse.