Psychoanalyst Brussels – Alberto Fabris

About me – Psychoanalyst

Do you feel overwhelmed by the pressures and stresses of your work environment? Are family dynamics burdensome, or do you struggle to maintain a harmonious relationship with your body? Are you confined by repetitive patterns and constraints that seem to curb your potential? Psychoanalysis offers a way out, an opportunity to explore your personal history and overcome the difficulties that impact our relationships and our existence. Through an open and respectful dialogue, I will guide you on a transformative journey to rediscover yourself, overcoming today’s seemingly insurmountable limits. Together, we can transform discomfort into a path towards a more authentic and freeing existence.

I offer individual, couple, family, and online consultations, tailored to your specific needs and designed to support you at every stage of your life.

My Background

I am a psychoanalyst and university researcher with over fifteen years of international experience. My academic training took place at the Écoles Normales Supérieures in Paris and Lyon with a PhD in philosophy from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, USA. Currently, I teach and conduct research at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, where I have produced numerous scientific publications. My analytical training was refined at the Association des psychanalystes Européens, which values the integration of diverse analytical methodologies, thus enriching my psychoanalytic practice.

My Approach Psychoanalyst

My analytical approach, enriched by the interdisciplinary nature of my training, goes beyond merely categorizing and pathologizing personal experiences. Drawing on the teachings of psychoanalysts such as Jung and Hillman, I focus on the complexity of the human soul and its symbolic horizon. I avoid purely psychopathological approaches that risk reducing the patient to a label, isolating them from their social and environmental contexts. It is crucial to analyze how phenomena such as anxiety, work-related stress, and burnout are interconnected with current socio-economic dynamics. In an era of constant connections, we find ourselves paradoxically more isolated than ever from others, our bodies, and nature. My psychoanalytic method integrates various disciplines to help individuals understand and position themselves within their contexts, transforming challenges and shadowy areas into gateways for a profound journey within, from which to emerge transformed.

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Symptoms of worry, stress

Human beings are by nature frequently subjected to fear: a threatening situation, moments in life categorised by uncertainty, and apprehension – there are so many moments which generate a feeling of fear or danger.

Therapy for depression

Diagnosing oneself as suffering from depression or not is not always possible. For a professional opinion, you are advised to speak to a therapist. depression psychologist depression

Certain medical and physiological causes can sometimes bring about depressive episodes, for example. More specific mental disorders can also lead to symptoms of depression. Only a health professional will be able to make a correct diagnosis…

Get in touch !

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