Klein Institute adopts an integrative approach in psychotherapy. Integrative Psychotherapy maintains a global view of the patient, and develops at the same time clinical practice in different areas of specialization. –View intervention areas.
The aim of the center’s professionals is to treat both, the symptoms of the problem and the cause. On one hand, the cognitive behavioral approach is complemented with techniques that help to cope with emotional dysfunctions and strengthen the patient’s positive emotions to turn therapy into success. On the other hand, evaluation and intervention are used to improve familiar and social interaction of the person, in a systemic-relational perspective.
In integrative psychotherapy the patient is the center of therapeutic care, and the professionals with their evidence-based diagnostic criterion adapt therapy to the needs of each individual.
The therapeutic team is composed of a multidisciplinary group of professionals: –see about us.