My name is Julieta Fiorentino. My studies in Psychology started 11 years ago at the University of Buenos Aires, in Argentina. I was trained in Clinical Psychology with a Lacanian Psychoanalytic orientation. Like most of the therapists and counselors on this platform, I’ve emigrated from my country. Currently, I am living in Germany. I am happy to offer my counseling services to all the Spanish and English-speaking communities in Berlin.
I’ve worked in different fields related to mental health. Different experiences with adults, teenagers, and children shaped the practice I offer today.
We do not stop worrying and focusing on the problems that affect our daily life. What I offer is a particular listening and an accompaniment in the relief of your discomfort while we work on finding answers to your concerns.
A psychoanalytic approach believes that there are many situations that can bring you to a consultation and all of them are valid. What may seem insignificant for someone, to another may be of great importance. We are all different and each subjectivity is produced and manifested in its own way.
People who decide to seek professional help might feel that what distressed them, has become worse and is difficult to handle alone, or that a question that questioned them has not ceased to do so.