Frequently asked questions

  • When do I go to see a psychologist?

    The ideal moment to go get professional help depends on the person and the situation. A psychologist is a specialist in the human mind and it’s job is to increase your wellbeing. Therefore a psychologist can help you to feel better in situation where there is either a feeling of distress and discomfort (anxiety, depression, sadness, stress, anguish...) as well as in situations where you feel OK, but you would like to feel much better. Therefore you don’t have to wait until you feel bad to benefit from working with a psychologist, the opposite is true.

  • What is positive therapy?

    Therapy is a change process that is directed at anybody who is experiencing emotional or psychological discomfort or suffering. This process is called Positive Therapy when it uses techniques coming from Positive Psychology, that are designed to , encourage the development of strengths, increase positive emotions and wellbeing in general. more info positive therapy

  • Is it more efficient than other therapies?

    There is a growing number of research studies that show that the use of Positive Psychology increases the effectiveness of therapeutic intervention.

  • What is coaching?

    Coaching is a change process that is intended to people that feel OK in general, but want to more info coaching

  • What is Wellbeing 10?

    Wellbeing 10 is a structures positive psychology program designed to increase wellbeing in 10 sessions. more info Wellbeing 10

  • How many sessions does a Therapy or Coaching process take?

    It depends in each case and person, although our protocols are always aimed at short-term interventions, In the orientation session we can give you an estimate of the number of sessions you might require, based on the information you provide.

  • How can Positive Psychology help me?

    A growing number of research studies show that Positive Psychology increases the effectiveness of therapeutic interventions. As opposed to other tools, Positive Psychology focuses on increasing personal strengths, wellbeing and happiness, while others mainly look at what goes wrong or what is not being dealt with in the right way. By learning to identify what works and what you’re doing well, you will be more empowered and feel a greater sense of confidence, satisfaction and efficacy, .

  • Can I combine Positive Psychology with another therapy I am doing?

    Yes, there is normally no problem with that, although it is important to know what you are working on in your therapy and confirm that it’s the right choice and moment to add in another approach. We will find out in the orientation session.

  • What training is right for me?

    It depends on your objective. We recommend you take a look at the different courses we offer on our web and that you get an appointment for a free orientation session. In the session we will inform you without further obligations about the contents and details of each course, so that you can decide which one fits your needs and goals best.

  • How can I access the Expert in Positive Psychology Course?

    It is mandatory that you are either a graduate in Psychology or Medicine or are in the last year of studies before your graduation. In order to access you need to to request a personal interview in which we will explain the detailed characteristics of the course, evaluate your candidacy and then decide if the training is the right choice for you.


You can resolve these and other questions in the Free Orientation Session, without any further obligations..

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