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Covid-19: Online therapy sessions

Currently, due to Covid-19, I only offer online sessions.

Beatriz Puche

Psychotherapeutic Counselling

Counselling involves the relationship between a helping professional (the counsellor) and a person who seeks help (the client). The counsellor explores with the client difficulties they are experiencing, such as stressful and emotional feelings, and helps them to see things more clearly and from a different point of view.
I started my career in counselling and psychotherapy in the UK, where I lived for over 10 years. From an early age, I have had a keen interest in the workings of the human mind and felt drawn to help and support others.
I do face-to-face counselling sessions in Malaga city and province and online counselling sessions throughout Spain and internationally.
Beatriz Puche, Counselor Therapist

Beatriz Puche

Accredited Counsellor Therapist

Areas of expertise

I offer therapy in Spanish and English, both short and long term

Stress, anxiety
and depression

Techniques in the therapeutic environment to manage these disorders.

Life
transitions

Facing changes and turning them into positive transformations.

Trauma

Therapy to address traumatic experiences and their impact on relationships, work and body.

Personality disorders

We help manage emotions and change attitude positively.

Relationships

Counselling identifies and helps to solve difficulties in relationships, work or family.

Counselling therapy

Beatriz Puche

I consider each client to be unique and I tailor counselling and psychotherapy techniques to your unique and particular needs in a warm and supportive atmosphere, so you can feel safe to open up and talk.

My main goal is to help you start living a more fulfilling life. I do this by supporting your general experience, rather than just focusing on traumatic events.

Our therapeutic space will be a non-judgmental environment and a place for you to start being yourself and to share your thoughts, feelings and behaviours.

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