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Individual psychotherapy

Integrative cognitive-behavioral therapy.
A space and an inclusive approach sensitive to discriminated people and to minoritized sexual orientations and gender identities (LGBTQIA+). 

Modality: Face-to-face and online
Language: French, English, Italian

What is psychotherapy?

It happens that in moments of our life we find ourselves faced with suffering, sometimes completely new and destabilizing, sometimes very familiar like a story that keeps repeating itself. 

Psychotherapy is an opportunity to understand what is happening, reconnect it with our present and our history, and find new ways to deal with it, the goal being to reestablish your well-being

This is done by a collaboration, where you are the experts of your situation and of the direction of our work. As a therapist, my mission is to support you by providing a safe space, providing tools, strengthen your skills or help you develop new ones. 

Psychotherapy, how does it work?

The therapeutic principles from which I draw inspiration are mainly derived from cognitive-behavioral approaches, integrating a systemic, relational and humanist vision. 

It is about working on and with the emotions, the thoughts and the behaviours which, at a certain point have become an obstacle, instead of allowing you to move towards what is important to you, have . 

To do so, our focus will be on today's difficulties, with round trips to your past, to give a story and a meaning to the difficulties of the present. It often happens that we learn along our development a way of seeing, feeling the reality and acting to deal with it and adapt.  Sometimes, in new contexts of life these learnings are no longer usefuls, but it's complicated to let go of what until now has allowed us to move forward. 

So how and what to change?

There are no ready-made recipes, but the tools I use consist of self-observation notebooks, mindfulness exercises, role plays, videos, articles and others, in the idea of adapting our course as much as possible to your needs and desires. 

Well-being and normativity

Defining and building one's well-being is a process unique to each person. 

However, societies and cultures impose standards about the definition of well-being and the ways to achieve it. Therefore, minoritized people (LGBTQIA+, racialized, sexualised, neurodivergent, with a disability, etc.) suffer acts of direct and/or indirect violence aimed at conforming them to the norm. For this reason these discriminatory contexts cannot be excluded from the understanding of the difficulties one's experienced. 

My approach aims for the sensitivity and inclusion of this dimension in the therapy with my patients, with specificity for minoritized sexual orientations and gender identities

Practical info


Price €70 refundable depending on your health insurance (Belgium)

Possibility of a social tariff 

50-minute session, frequency to be agreed

First session free

Modalities and days

Face-to-face (Epicenter asbl): Monday 2 p.m.-8 p.m.

Online: Monday 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. or to be agreed 


Adults and young people (from 16 years old)

Treated issues (non-exhaustive list)

Addiction to technologies (phones, internet, games) and/or drugs

Mood/anxiety disorders

Psychotic disorders

Emotional difficulties

Self-image/self-esteem issues


Existential pain 

Contact me

Epicenter - Space of Inclusive Health ASBL, Rue du Fort 85, 1060 Saint-Gilles, Brussels


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