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English speaking therapist in Madrid

WELL-BEING PSYCHOANALYSIS is a psychoanalysis and psychotherapy consultation in Madrid (Castellana – Salamanca) and online, led by the psychoanalyst and psychotherapist Susana L. Ruiz

She is an internationally trained psychoanalyst and accredited by the Spanish Federation of Associations of Psychotherapists FEAP.

Thus, this therapeutical space offers quality psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy services, aimed at adults and couples who want to be treated professionally, in a welcoming and well-located Consultation in Madrid, to improve their lives.

About Susana L. Ruiz

Susana L. Ruiz is an experienced psychoanalyst in Madrid for adults and couples, accredited as a psychoanalytic psychotherapist by the Spanish Federation of Associations of Psychotherapists FEAP. She is also a member of the Madrid Association of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy AMPP.

Her training takes place between Madrid, Barcelona, Zürich and London. She has worked, among others, with psychiatrist Dr. Remedios Gutiérrez Rodríguez, psychoanalyst Carmen Monedero Mateo, psychoanalyst Reyes García Miura, psychiatrist Dr. Daniel Valiente Gómez, psychiatrist Dr. Manuel de Miguel Aisa, psychiatrist Dr. Elizabeth Palacios and Dr. Silvia Cantis Silberstein.

Likewise, she has been analyzed and supervised by prestigious psychoanalytic psychiatrists.

Susana L. Ruiz is an English-speaking therapist in Madrid, internationally trained in the foundations of Sigmund Freud’s psychoanalysis and, complementary, in the analytical school established by C.G. Jung

WELL-BEING PSYCHOANALYSYS is a Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy Consultation in Madrid recommended for quality and location by Susana L. Ruiz.

Psychoanalysis is both a theory of the human mind and a therapeutic practice. It was founded by Sigmund Freud between 1885 and 1939 and continues to be developed by psychoanalysts all over the world.

According to American Psychological Association, psychoanalysis is a type of therapy that not only gives relief from problems, but also helps people know more about themselves, and make better choices in life.

Psychoanalysts work to help people get to the root of their problems by listening to them in new ways, and paying attention to peoples’ memories, fears, dreams, desires, and feelings about relationships, so they can understand how these events are important in their lives.

Psychoanalysts are trained to work closely with the client in gaining a deeper understanding about the client’s life, and to discover and create the possibility for more satisfying relationships, and to heal from the harm caused by past and present traumas.

This is because psychoanalysts have been through psychoanalysis themselves, and they know what it is like to work through emotions and things in life that are hard to face.

Every person and situation is different, and the therapy is tailored to meet the needs of the client.

It addresses life and biography issues, problems in relationships, sexuality, love, thoughts, conflicts, crisis, profession, personal development, change, dream analysis, childhood, parental figures, patterns…

Psychoanalysis serves people of all ages, cultures, races, genders and sexualities, and backgrounds.

Psychoanalysis observes how people think and feel in depth, duration, and detail in order to provide for long lasting change.

Technical procedures include working with dreams, slips of the tongue, fantasies, and other symbolic material, and paying attention to feelings, thoughts, and behaviors concerning the psychoanalyst and the psychoanalytic.

It is talking therapy based on Psychoanalysis theory and practice.
For it, it involves a trained therapist listening to you and helping you to find ways to deal with the emotional issues you’re facing, or to understand why you are feeling a certain way.

Then, psychotherapy provides a safe, confidential, and impartial space in which to explore your feelings.

Therapist will encourage you to talk about your thoughts, feelings and emotions and will respectfully listen and support you without judgement or criticism.

At some point in our lives most of us will experience times when we’re overwhelmed or feel that we cannot cope.

If these feelings are left unchecked, they can grow and develop with the potential to spill out into other areas of our lives – our relationships, careers, studies and personal lives can be impacted to the extent that we feel unable to continue to live a happy life.

Finally, psychotherapy is a personal and private experience, designed to help you resolve whatever individual problems you are facing.

Adults and couples therapy based on psychoanalysis

  • A talking therapy where the client talks freely about feelings, memories, dreams, relationships, desires, conflicts…
  • It helps client understand and resolve problems by increasing awareness of their inner world
  • So, it differs from most other therapies in aiming for deep seated change in personality and emotional development
  • A preliminary interview is required to listen to each person’s query and evaluate the admission.
  • Afterwards, the therapeutic setting is made and therapy begins.
  • Subsequently, the therapeutic setting is made and the therapy begins, which will be developed throughout sessions at a specific frequency for a period of time.
  • “Face to face”, individual sessions, 45 minutes
  • In the case of couples, 70 minutes “face to face” sessions
  • Involves scheduling regular sessions weekly
  • Some clients start with one session a week, come to feel the need for more frequent sessions.
  • Online English-speaking therapist sessions are available

Spanish and English speaking

C/ Pinar 6 bis- 2º A (Zone Castellana – Salamanca) – close to US Embassy
Metro – Gregorio Marañón (Line 7,10)

Monday to Friday (availability from 8 am to 22 pm)

  • Adults: 80€ (45 min/ individual session)
  • Couples: contact for information

Insurance is not accepted

UNITED KINGDOM

SWITZERLAND

  • Certificate in Analytical Psychology. C.G.Jung Institut Zürich
  • 2 intensive summer programs in analytical psychology at C.G. Jung Institut Zürich

SPAIN

  • Accredited psychoanalytic psychoteharpy by the Spanish Federation of Associations of Psychotherapists FEAP
  • Master in Health Administration. UDIMA University Madrid
  • Program in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. Psychology University Barcelona UB (in collaboration SEP – IPA)
  • Training in Psychoanalysis, Centro Psicoanalítico de Madrid, CPM.
  • Program in Psychoanalysis & Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, Centro Estudios y Aplicación del Psicoanálisis, CEAP Madrid
  • Psychologycal Intervention in High Performance Sports
  • Social Psychology. Psychology University Madrid UNED
  • Psychology of Learning. Psychology University Madrid UNED
  • Psychology of Memory. Psychology University Madrid UNED
  • Psychology for Organizations. Psychology University Madrid UNED
  • Attention. Psychology University Madrid UNED
  • Physiological Psychology. Psychology University Madrid UNED
  • Psychopathology. Psychology University Madrid UNED
  • Cognitive Behavioral techniques. Psychology University Madrid UNED
  • Cognitive Behavioral therapy. Psychology University Madrid UNED
  • Developmental Psychology.  Psychology University Madrid UNED
  • Personality. Psychology University Madrid UNED
  • Psychobiology. Psychology University Madrid UNED
  • Emotions. Psychology University Madrid UNED
  • Motivation.Psychology University Madrid UNED
  • Research Foundamentals. University Madrid UNED
  • Psychologycal evaluation. Psychology University Madrid UNED
  • Clinical Assessment. Psychology University Madrid UNED
  • Phychopharmacology. Psychology University Madrid UNED
  • Anthropology. Psychology University Madrid UNED
  • Data Analysis & Research. Psychology University Madrid UNED
  • Groups Psychology. Psychology University Madrid UNED
  • Sociology. Psychology University Madrid UNED
  • Master in Marketing Management. ESIC Business School Madrid
  • Master in Human Resources Management. Autonoma University Madrid UAM
  • Graduating in Psychology. Psychology University Madrid UNED
  • Associate student, Colegio Oficial de la Psicología de Madrid (EAM-00915)
  • Bachelor of Social Sciences. Economist. Alcalá de Henares University Madrid

Also as psychoanalyst:

500
Sessions self-analysis (accredited)
150
Hours of supervision with psychiatrists of recognized prestige
1

Professional ethics

  • My work as therapist with clients is strictly based on responsibility, care and respect
  • Be committed to the clear objective of being beneficial in client´s therapeutic wellness
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Human rights

Also, as psychotheraist I´m attached to human rights.

This means, not making any judgment or distinction for any reason (race, color, sex, language, religion, political opinion or any other, national or social origin, economic position, birth or any other condition) during psychotherapeutic treatment.

3

Confidentiality

  • Confidentiality of the information revealed during the sessions by the client is absolutely guaranteed.
  • Therefore, information is not shared with third parties.

Decidedly, the benefits that a consultant can obtain by undergoing therapy with psychoanalysis are multiple. Thus, among them:

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