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Therapists specialising in Adults

Yasmin Muscat Monsigneur

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Systemic Family Psychotherapist
Yana Gatt Hampton

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Systemic Family Psychotherapist
Shirley Buttigieg

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Gestalt Psychotherapist
Sharon Grima

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Counsellor, Social Worker & EMDR Trainee Practitioner
Noelle Camilleri

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Art Psychotherapist
Melissa Mifsud

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Systemic Family Psychotherapist & Clinical Supervisor
Mel McElhatton

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Gestalt Psychotherapist & Social Worker
Maria Mifsud

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Systemic Family Psychotherapist
Maria Darmanin

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Health Psychology Practitioner & Gestalt Psychotherapist
Luana Aquilina

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Systemic Family Psychotherapist

Resources about Adults

Your therapy questions answered

Written by Danjela Falzon
When I meet a new client, I can usually tell quite quickly who knows their way around a therapy room, so to speak, and who’s just walked into therapy for the first time. There’s a lot of uncertainty and confusion about what happens in the therapy room. In fact, I’m often pleasantly surprised that, despite the uncertainty and anxiety involved, there’s still an endless flow of people willing…

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Why we repeat painful relationship patterns

Written by Danjela Falzon
Have you ever known someone who seems to move from one troubled relationship to another, somehow always ending up with partners with similar traits to the previous one/s? You may even notice you do this yourself. For instance, you may frequently end up in relationships with partners who refuse to commit and, despite the obvious red flags, you’re continuously left wondering why this always happen…

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What we can learn from failure

Written by Danjela Falzon
We live in a society where being successful or ‘being the best’ is given enormous value. From a young age we’re taught to aim for the highest grades, to do well at sport, and that winning or achieving will earn us admiration and respect. We often internalise the message that failure is to be avoided at all costs, often experienced as shameful, humiliating or as a blow to our self-worth. Howe…

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What the pandemic does to the athlete

Written by Daniel Abela
Our Live Score apps have been wiped clean. They have now been replaced by scores from the latest FIFA 20 matches. Futile scrolling through sporting events is only met by the words postponed, suspended and cancelled. As the world continues to adapt to the changes which were brought about by the pandemic, our athletes are left in limbo. Despite the fact that resources may be limited, many athletes h…

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What makes you happy?

Written by Charlene Borg
Have you ever heard the term ‘horizontal thinking’? It’s relatively new to me too. I first came across this term in an article by Elizabeth Gilbert, an author I love. It refers to the spiral thinking that goes on in our heads when lying in bed, as we go over aspects of life which we never imagined we’d experience, or any other thoughts, fears and/or mental states we find ourselves in. I a…

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What family therapy is and why you should consider it

Written by Maria Mifsud
Family therapy is distinct from other forms of therapy because it focuses on the family system. The problems of individuals are observed within the context of the larger family unit. As a family therapist myself, my raison d’être is that personal difficulties cannot be successfully addressed or solved without understanding the dynamics of the family. When looking at an individual’s personal…

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We know you’re tired

Written by Charlene Camilleri Duca
Covid-19 has impacted our lives in so many different ways. Ten months in and we’re still ploughing on, many people struggling with feelings of anxiety, low mood and frustration. We know this isn’t easy. We also know that one day at a time, with the support of one another, you will get through this. And when you do, you’ll emerge stronger, more resilient and more equipped to deal with life’…

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Understanding the different forms of narcissism

Written by Danjela Falzon
When we hear the term ‘narcissist’, we usually think of the grandiose, self-important, arrogant and powerful world leader or celebrity. Recently, however, the term ‘narcissist’ is increasingly being used to refer to co-workers, bosses, partners or family members. This may be due to a rise in narcissism or simply increased awareness of this toxic personality style. Whichever it is, the real…

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