Personal development and self-knowledge services are ways that help people know themselves better, improve certain sets of skills, learn new ones, create a life as they wish.
Through a personal development plan made by an accredited psychologist or a psychotherapist, a person can discover their own qualities, strengths and weaknesses, skills, options and limits. People can learn to accept themselves and value who they are as individuals.
Personal development is not psychotherapy because the intervention is not of a therapeutic nature, but by gathering knowledge about oneself and for personal optimization. I invite you to discover what integrative psychotherapy means and thus better understand the differences between the two.
Personal development helps those who want to progress, test their limits beyond the threshold of comfort to maximize and fulfill their personal potential.
Personal development means a dynamic commitment, a road to self-fulfillment, and becoming who you are in the depths of your being, becoming yourself and feeling good with yourself. Last but not least, it helps you to find out the answer to the question “Who am I?”.