Meet Elvira Vitale!

Clinical Psychologist

Gestalt therapist

Areas of focus

Individual, family and couple psychological counseling across the life cycle

It’s always a good time to work on yourself, it’s always worth improving your quality of life. In fact, development doesn’t end when reaching adulthood: it continues with new tasks and possibilities of growth until the end of life. That’s why, if you want to get to know yourself better, become more aware of what you do and what you want from your life, to be able to choose what’s best for you, it’s enough to start a psychotherapy.

Your aim might be to overcome a problem: together we will make sense of your difficulties and decide what to work on and for. You might want to fulfill a relational, study or work desire which you can’t get on your own, but sometimes wishing itself can be a goal of therapy. Indeed, it may happen that you feel as if you have lost your ability to experience pleasure, to desire anything, and at a point of your life suddenly “wake up” asking yourself its meaning.

You can also ask for psychological help when you feel that you:

  • Suffer from identity and existential dilemmas
  • Are physically closing yourself off and stuck there
  • Suffer from panic attacks, losing control
  • Have difficulties or high conflict in family and love relationships
  • Seek help in managing the behaviors of your children
  • Suffer to figure out your LGBT+ identity and seek support with possible life paths
  • You or a loved one have difficulties integrating into social tissue, workplace, university community or other groups