Emotional Psychointegrated Release supports the person so that they can find the strength within themselves to face the desired change and build a new inner balance.

What Emotional Psychointegrated® Release means is a work aimed at freeing emotions, dissolving energy blocks in the body, in order to obtain an increase in available energy, and therefore a greater ability to sustain our presence.

The means to get there are the body and breathing in particular:

  • The body because it’s in contact with our profound feeling, it can’t lie, it keeps an intact memory of our experience, and is the means by which we go into the world.
  • Breathing because it’s the first mobilization of energy and the mechanism that allows its use; through breathing, we contact our presence and with it our feeling, allowing us to explore sensations, feelings and emotions. Breathing is also closely linked to the flow of thoughts, so the act of expanding it opens wider spaces within us, greatly increasing our ability to stay with what is there: this ability is the basis of any possibility of healing . In this regard it is interesting to note how the lungs, whose internal surface is tens of times higher than the epidermis, are our greatest organ of contact with the outside world. And that 70% of our body’s detoxification system depends on breathing (while only 30% depends on feces and sweat).

The main objectives of the Emotional Psycho Release work are:

  • learn to read what is happening to us here and now
  • get this aptitude to become something of a routine
  • shift the person’s attention from what they think to what they feel
  • move from a focus centered on the outside to one centered on the inside
BElieve yourself



Gestalt techniques are applicable to the individual, the couple, the family, or an entire group, with the aim of helping people improve their level of well-being.

Gestalt therapy, which was initially called Concentration or Existential, uses a German term that means “structure-form”, referring to the homonymous psychology of perception.

This psychology claimed that our perceptual field organizes itself spontaneously in structural and meaningful sets (therefore forms or gestalt). Therefore our perception of a totality, for example of a human face, can’t be reduced to the simple sum of perceived stimuli, the eyes more the mouth and the nose, because the whole is different from the sum of the parts: so that face is not only the fruit of the sum of its features.

To grasp the element, or emerging figure, which is more charged with meaning and energy at a given moment, allows the individual to make available forces converge on it. And from this point it will thus be possible to bring out one’s own personal solution to the problem.

Also of great importance is the attention focused on the here and now, that is, on the figure that emerges from the background in the current moment: what do you feel now? What are you doing right now? Or what are you trying to avoid?

The aim of the Gestalt approach is to discover, explore and experience the person’s own form and wholeness; with the objective of integrating all the split parts, so that it achieves its full potential. It is an experiential path that places a strong emphasis on listening to the body and emotions, as a means of liberation and awareness.

Each person has within themselves a set of potentials sufficient to make them overcome adversity and make them explore their own happiness



The psychosynthetic approach does not deal with healing the person, but to help them acquire the freedom to accept what they are and actively choose their path.

It proposes a dynamic vision of psychic life, interpreted as a struggle between a multiplicity of conflicting forces and a unifying center that tends to compose them in harmony. A set of methods of psychological action are proposed to facilitate and promote the integration and harmony of the human personality.

One of the most important psychosynthetic techniques is the exercise of self-identification and disidentification: it allows us to recognize ourselves as beings constituted by something, a whole, that is not exclusively composed of our personal history, of our body or that particular problem. The goals of the psychosynthetic approach can be summarized in: know yourself, own yourself, transform yourself.

Life does not proceed by filling empty spaces, but by conquering inner spaces

R. Assaggioli