Tag Archives: counseling


How is it going at work?

We spend at work many hours of our day. If the workplace is full of negative influence which consists of small daily acts of social exclusion, psychological violence or professional sabotage, this can seriously affect our well-being or even our health. Energy vampires, to feel powerful at work, are vital energy suckers. They are expert […]

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Energy vampires: the enemy is a family member

Who is the energy vampire? He or she is a person who poisons your life, somebody who drags you in a DDT dreaded drama triangle, in a toxic relationship that makes you sick and ill. The vampire is a covert manipulator and dangerous aggressor. It’s very important: 1. to recognize him/her 2. not be a […]


Roberto Bertolazzi: shiatsu-do and counseling

I met Roberto thanks to Sonya. I received a shiatsu treatment from him in days of big change in my life. I did not expect anything from a single meeting, and I was very curious. His shiatsu treatment helped me to see aspects of my career and my decisions that I had not considered! Read […]


Passion or obsession?

The definition of obsession is: a thought that continually returns, fixation. Potting. Fixed and repetitive thought that someone is not able to avoid or get rid of. The obsessive rumination of the same thought is dictated by anxiety or doubt. For example: somebody does the job he likes, the work of his life. However he […]


Express the art in you! Sara Rinaldi, counselor in Expressive arts, can teach you how

Sara Rinaldi is a counselor and a Person Centered Expressive Arts Facilitator. In her work she facilitates Person Centered Expressive Arts training workshops, and offers counseling sessions for individuals and couples with the use of the Expressive Arts, in which she graduated in 2002 at the Faculty of PCETI, in California, as a direct student […]


Self-defence tecniques from serial liars

My grandma always said, “lies have short legs“. I did not understand exactly what she meant then. Now everything is clearer. Who is completely honest? Sure, we all have lied from times to times. I remember I lied to go to Pink Floyd concert… I was not allowed to, so lying to my parents was […]

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