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Who am I

In addition to being a Professional Masseuse and Esthetician , I have other backgrounds:


Specialist in behavior analysis, Training in Child Behavioral Analytical Therapy and graduation in Parapsychology.

Parapsychology, Alternative Therapies. Tarot and Reiki...

Sexual Counseling, Coaching People and Wellness.

  • Depression

  • Anxiety and Phobias

  • Difficulties in Relationships

  • Changes in Life

  • Difficulties with Self-Esteem

  • Eating Disorders

  • Absessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

  • Professional Problems

  • School Difficulties

  • Medical and Health Concerns

  • Pain Therapy

  • Stress Management

  • Attention Deficit Disorder (ADHD)

  • Sexual abuse

  • Spirituality

  • Women's Issues

  • Questions Related to Homosexuality

  • Issues Related to Religion

  • Other Specialties



Psychotherapy is probably the most classic and best known modality of psychological therapy. The layperson in Psychology easily evokes the scene in which psychologist and patient meet, in a beautiful and cozy clinic for clinical care.

But, people who have never been through psychotherapy often ask themselves: What is the purpose of a person seeking a psychologist? Is she “going crazy”? What kind of problems cannot you solve on your own?

There is a certain difficulty in classifying “madness” in common sense. Crazy is someone who does things very differently from the average person considered normal, which would also configure, according to diagnostic criteria, a serious medical-psychiatric problem that is difficult to treat.

However, the psychologist, in the office, rarely has the opportunity to treat the “madness”, that is, the personality disorders described in psychopathology manuals. On the contrary, the psychologist treats, in most cases, ordinary people, who have ordinary lives, about which the possibility of having some kind of "madness" is not even considered.

Problems treated through psychotherapy vary widely. However, they can fall into a large category called “relationship problems”, whether the individual's relationships with the world, with people or with oneself.

Such problems are often not visibly noticed. For example: suffering for fear of losing someone can be very silent; bothering for not knowing how to deal in social situations; fear of closing big deals in a company; fear of driving a car alone; anxiety in the face of everyday problems. Such blows to self-esteem are often not communicated to others. Sometimes they are, but those who listen do not have the tools to help effectively.


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Many couples only seek help when the relationship is already undermined, a mistake that often turns out to be costly. Catarina Lucas, a psychologist, points out the strategies to be followed to overcome the problems, even without undergoing therapy.

Generally, when couples sit in front of a therapist, it is because something is already wrong in the relationship, but the lessons learned from this can also prevent conflicts before they start. According to Catarina Lucas, a psychologist, "it is important to seek professional help while they still feel they have the basis [love] and while they still have the will to fight for the relationship", he recommends. What usually happens is that, highlights the expert, very different.

"This help is sought at a very late stage, when the base is no longer present", he criticizes. Improving communication, resolving conflicts and finding each other's identity in the relationship are some points where this help, often undervalued, can play an important role.



One's sexuality has infinite possibilities and complexities as well. It exists in a biological substrate and is woven of emotions, beliefs, thoughts and physical sensations, in a web of social and cultural conditioning. It can be so rich and dazzling, but it can also bring inhibitions, fears, pains, and maladjustments in meeting each other. It is easy to have difficulties in sexual experience with another person, due to the difference in their stories, experiences and expectations. What is truly surprising is that two people come together, obviously always with different backgrounds, without any difficulties and challenges. There is no such thing as a perfect match.

In the beginning, intercourse is very protected by this wonderful entity that hides imperfections and softens differences. We talk about passion, which sometimes even blinds, intoxicates and makes you dizzy. In such a way that small and big things that we find so much fun in our partner at the beginning become unbearable and hateful after a while. Those things in the early days seen as “He lives on the moon, always distracted and dreamy… he's adorable!”, become after a while, “He's irresponsible, he doesn't take care of anything and I have to do everything”. “He's so sweet… he calls me sweetie and sends 20 messages a day”, he later transmutes into “Oh melga, I can't stand so much superficial cheesy”. Passion is a very strong fuel for the desire for the other and a buffer for differences. Everything is beautiful and admirable in the other. But passion has a lifetime – a couple of years, according to science – and then it changes into other things that are less intense but more consistent. The differences between the two become more visible, the knowledge of the other is now full and real. We start to dislike some aspects and it seems that the snap points disappear.

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