How do we become parents? A trajectory of love, anguish, and numerous setbacks as we move from the familiar into the unknown. The unknown scares new parents and makes them doubt whether they are doing the right thing with their baby or whether their mistakes might prove harmful. And yet, it is their desire to create space and contribute to the realisation of their babies’ potential that emerges stronger.
Nowadays, new parents often experience feelings of loneliness. Disconnected from emotional support networks, they seek support and information through social media, often spreading misinformation and making parents feel guilty.
A high level of parental anxiety is caused at the point of discovering that the baby diverges significantly from what they have planned for and expect from it or that the baby is beyond what they can handle. In our age, we look for similarities; our ability to tolerate differences is very restricted, which often makes us feel vulnerable and grow intensely lonely.

Group therapy for pregnant women

The most crucial possibility that pregnancy and the following months offer to parents is a great opportunity for change. Facing the rich potential of their child, it is as if parents rediscover what they could themselves have become and, thereby, resume a trajectory that may have been interrupted.

Individual therapy for pregnant women

The most crucial possibility that pregnancy and the following months offer to parents is a great opportunity for change. Facing the rich potential of their child, it is as if parents rediscover what they could themselves have become and, thereby, resume a trajectory that may have been interrupted.

Group therapy for parents and infants aged 0 to 1 year

As babies are discharged from the maternity hospital, we welcome them together with their parents seeking to support the parental function.

B. Brazelton Neonatal Behaviour Assessment Scale (NBAS)

The NBAS is an indicator of the newborn’s capabilities. It is administered to infants aged between three days and four weeks. The assessment is carried out by experienced assessors, certified by the international B. Brazelton Centre.

Parents-infant therapy

These sessions seek to enhance maternal care, develop the mothers’ skills, and improve the positive mother-infant interaction.
For this purpose, the CARE INDEX tool is used.

Psychological guidance to parents of premature babies

We offer psychological guidance to parents whose children are born prematurely and hospitalised at a neonatal intensive care unit. We will support you from the moment of birth and throughout hospitalisation, seeking to facilitate the optimal development of the early parent-infant bond.

Couples therapy for infertility

Life begins where there is a desire for a child, even if there is never going to be an actual child. Each person’s unique qualities and the initial moment of their life story both derive from the meeting point of their parents’ fertility desires.