Giorgio Tricarico

psychologist, psychotherapist, Jungian analyst

A difficult situation,  a moment of crisis, a state of suffering, anxiety, panic attacks, depression, insomnia, and other disturbs may bring us to look for some help.

Trying to understand the past causes of these difficulties, and to get rid of them as soon as we can, may often be our main goal, in the beginning. But from a Jungian perspective, a problem is also a door opening, that calls us to a deeper exploration of our inner world and to some transformation.

Accordingly, the therapy can be seen as a safe, protected space where this exploration can take place. 

The aims of the therapy are not only to feel better, to restore our previous functioning, or to change something external, but most of all to integrate our different elements, to transform ourselves, and ultimately to proceed on our own path.

When a person contacts me, I usually propose three sessions of CONSULTATION. During this time, I can get a more complete picture of the person who asked my help, but also the person can get how he or she feels with me. At the end of the three sessions, I give back what I felt and understood, and we can decide together if the therapy should start, and how.