What is Integrative Psychotherapy?

Integrative Therapy is a form of Psychotherapy that integrates different therapeutic techniques, modalities and approaches to best fit the needs of the client. With an understanding of human development, an integrative therapist combines elements drawn from different schools of psychological theory and research. Integrative Psychotherapy is a more flexible and inclusive approach to treatment than more traditional, singular forms of psychotherapy.

Some of the therapeutic issues I specialize in are:


Depression and Anxiety
Panic Attacks
Addiction and Attachment
Cross Cultural Issues and adjustment to a new country

Emotional Intelligence
Life and Career Transitions
Low Self Esteem and self-acceptance issues

Social Anxiety
Copying with Loss and Grief
Relationship Issues – Communication and assertiveness

Trauma prevention – TRE®
Stress & Tension Release and relaxation techniques



Learn how to live from the Inside Out

Integrative Therapy Malta is a project created with the purpose to provide a place of safety, confidentiality and compassion which will help clients lead richer and more fulfilled lives. 

I offer individual and group therapy sessions, in English and Romanian language, both face-to-face and Online, via Skype/Zoom. 



Grow your self-awareness and relational abilities, and discover your inner source of self-confidence

Individual therapy refers to one-to-one sessions between a therapist, counsellor or mental health worker and a client. Sessions normally last 50 minutes and usually take place on a weekly or fortnightly basis.

Common goals in therapy can be to inspire change or awareness and improve quality of life. People may seek therapy to learn how to deal with issues that are hard to face alone. 

Individual therapy sessions (counselling sessions) help people overcome obstacles to their mental health and well-being. It can offer a space of containment and safety, where you can open up and share whatever you need. It can also create a secure place where you can learn healthy practices, such as compassion and self-compassion, assertiveness, setting boundaries and creating healthy relations. People in therapy usually become more resilient, as they learn new skills for dealing with difficult situations, making healthy decisions and reaching goals.

Many people might come to therapy when dealing with issues related to anxiety, high level of stress, depression, insomnia, anger issues, etc.

Other people in therapy might enjoy the therapeutic journey of becoming more self-aware, more connected with their own emotions, thoughts and needs. Some people even come to ongoing therapy for self-growth and personal development.



“We are all just walking each other home” ― Ram Dass

Group therapy refers to session between a therapist, counselor or psychologist and a group. I prefer to work with groups of six to ten people, allocating as much as possible individual attention.

Sessions usually last between 90 and 120 minutes, depending on the group size, and take place on a weekly or fortnightly basis.

You’ll probably benefit best from a group session if you talk or express your feelings and thoughts. It is important to keep in mind that clients are the ones who determine how much they disclose in a group. You will not be pressured to tell your deepest and most intimate thoughts.

Online Therapy


Get life-changing support from the comfort of your sofa!

Online Therapy is an accessible, convenient, and safe way to help you create a therapeutic relationship and work on the issues important for you.

Getting the help you need and deserve has never been as affordable and convenient as now. You can do it at your own time and at your own pace. You can connect with your therapists as often as you want and whenever you feel it’s needed.

Help is available at your time and your place, with fees custom-made to your financial status.

That being said, online therapy might not be for everyone and that is fine as well. 

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