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Therapy in Barcelona – How Therapy Works

Therapy in Barcelona - How Therapy Works
Therapy in Barcelona - How Therapy Works Let's be honest, living abroad and moving countries isn't easy. It's a huge transition and a time in life when support is truly needed. Being able to call friends and family is a vital buffer to stress. However, by definition, anRead more

5 Happiness Hacks for Expats in Barcelona

5 Happiness Hacks for Expats in Barcelona
5 Happiness Hacks for Expats in Barcelona Happiness is a practice and is merely one of many, many feelings we experience in our days. We cannot expect infinite happiness, and nor should we. We know that other, less comfortable, emotions such as anger or sadness, grief, anxiety,Read more

Sara. Therapy in Barcelona Collaborator. In Her Own Words..

Sara. Therapy in Barcelona Collaborator. In Her Own Words..
Sara - Adults Hi there, I’m Sara! I work with adults in individual therapy.  As a psychologist licensed in Finland I use frameworks that have been shown to be effective according to quality research. These approaches include Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Compassion Focused Therapy and CognitiveRead more

Seven Keys to Mental Health. Number One: Look After Your Own Needs.

Seven Keys to Mental Health. Number One: Look After Your Own Needs.
The 7 Keys to Mental Health. Number 1: Look After Your Own Needs. This is the first in a series of blog posts about The 7 Keys to Mental Health. Today we're looking at Key Number 1: Look after your own needs. Be assertive in identifying and meetingRead more

Arne. Therapy in Barcelona Collaborator. In His Own Words…

Arne. Therapy in Barcelona Collaborator. In His Own Words...
Arne - Therapist for Adults, Couples, and Adolescents My name is Arne. I am a psychologist from the Netherlands and moved to Barcelona last December. My Catalan partner and I came here from Amsterdam for the birth of our son.  I studied and worked as a psychologistRead more

Expat Therapy Barcelona

Expat Therapy Barcelona
If you're an expat book an appointment now Since our inception in 2011, Therapy in Barcelona has been providing therapy to Barcelona's expat community.  The concept in the beginning was very simple, and still remains simple:  therapy for expats in Barcelona, by expats. Who are Barcelona's Expats? Read more

Gabrielle. Therapy in Barcelona Collaborator. In Her Own Words…

Gabrielle. Therapy in Barcelona Collaborator. In Her Own Words...
Gabrielle - Therapist for Adults, Parents, Adolescents and Couples I am Gabrielle, 46 years old, mother of two boys and born and raised in Amsterdam. About 4 years ago my family moved to Barcelona, the region where my husband is originally from and always wanted to return.Read more

Why Do I Feel Sad All of the Time?

Why Do I Feel Sad All of the Time?
Sadness and feeling 'blue' is something everyone experiences from time to time. Sometimes we feel sad as a response to life events and sometimes it is for no obvious reason. It is part of the human experience.  Depression is a mood state that is marked by aRead more

Expat Life in Barcelona

Expat Life in Barcelona

“It is a bitter-sweet thing, knowing two cultures. Once you leave your birthplace nothing is ever the same.” ― Sarah Turnbull, Almost French Living in Barcelona offers so many opportunities, but also offers many challenges. Isolation. Seasons of grief and loss. Feelings of anxiety or depression. Homesickness. Frustration and stress. 

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Demetri Martin: Useless Talents

Watch this video and notice the internal critic….. How would you deal with that critic?  

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Calle de Paris 162-164, 3o, 1a Barcelona 08036
Opening Hours 0800am - 0900pm
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We are not a crisis service.
If you need immediate assistance, please go to your local hospital emergency department. The essential phone numbers in Barcelona, Spain are 061 (medical emergencies, multilingual) or 112 (emergency).
Samaritans in Spain offer crisis support in Spain (in english) 24 Hours a day 365 days a year Helpline: (0034) 900 525 100

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