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Are you experiencing dissatisfaction, anxiety, stress or confusion? Do you feel the loss of love, uneasiness in your relationships with other people or are there unresolved conflicts in your family? Are you searching for better quality of life, self-knowledge and inner peace?

A change in thinking can cause remarkable changes in the way you feel. Whether your burdensome feelings, uncertainties, worries or problems are big or small, philomama has the tools help you ease tensions, solve problems and provide clarity and insight in your life. We are committed to assisting you with any issues regarding motherhood that you consider important.

Our process for providing you with assistance has been divided into five steps.


P PROBLEM First of all, the problem has to be clearly identified.
E

EMOTIONS

The next step is to identify the type of emotions you are experiencing, such as helplessness, inferiority,
exhaustion, resentment, anger etc.
A

ALTERNATIVES

The third step is to look at possible alternatives which could lead to a resolution of bothersome situations.
These alternatives include possible decisions for both
external and internal actions leading to general
clarification of a situation or problem.
C

CLARIFICATION

It is here that much of our tutelage and mentoring takes Place. The goal in this step is to eliminate
misunderstandings and to increase rational thinking
capabilities. A scrutinized clarification brings…
E

EQUILIBRIUM

This is the mental balance, or the calmness of the soul, Which Plato has described as ataraxia: liberation from troubles and anxieties.

 

 

Our P - E - A - C - E process implies that there are some remarkable differences between psychotherapy, or classical psychoanalysis, and Philomama consultation. The most important differences are the following:

 

Psychotherapy, or Psychoanalysis

Philomama Consultation
Patient-to-doctor interaction

Client-to-consultant interaction

Diagnosis is used No diagnosis
Patient is sick Client has questions
Problem to be fixed Problem to be clarified
Goes into personal history Goes into present situations

Patient does not know anything and is passive. Therapist is active and knows everything.

Client and Philomama consultant are cooperating on a peer level.