My name is dr Daria Russo, I am a clinical psychologist and I live in Rome where I work. I graduated in Clinical Psychology at the Salesian Pontifical University, I obtained a PhD in clinical psychology in 2017 at the Alliant International University and I am finishing my post-graduate school in clinical psychology and a school that uses a as an approach, an integrated approach. I have gained many years of experience in the psychological field, working since 2008 in public and private structures in Rome and abroad specifically in Australia where I worked in the hospital and in a private practice as a psychologist assistant and in America where I worked in structures residential for drug addicts where I provided therapeutic support individual, group and family, to residential facilities for minors where I worked on building social skills and gave them a variety of psychodiagnostic tests to better understand their needs. I worked at a private practice in San Diego, San Diego Psychology clinic where I saw patients from children with mood, behavioral and autism diagnoses I saw adolescents and adults for individual therapy using therapy behavioral cognitive, EMDR, psychodynamic therapy or integrating tools of different therapy depending on the need shown by the patients in therapy. To date in my private practice in Rome I continue to see patients from childhood to age, book therapy groups, parenting groups and clinical groups. From 2013 I accepted Mindfulness awareness techniques in my life and clinical practice and have always supported, even in my work, the importance of a unitary understanding of the mind-body-spirit system, even more after becoming Hypnobirthing teacher for support in pregnancy. I chose to carry out this profession driven by a profound intellectual curiosity, and the desire to help people improve their lives through a journey of knowledge, awareness, growth and self-integration. This fascinating journey also passes through the observation of oneself and the gradual knowledge of one's own unconscious and automatic thought tendencies, which shape the emotional responses, the mental attitude and the behavior of each individual. My areas of intervention are Psychotherapy for accommodating the person towards a better awareness of oneself and towards an improvement in one's quality of life, Anxiety Disorders (panic attacks, phobias, social anxiety, generalized anxiety); Mood Disorders; Relational problems; Couples problems, including emotional dependency; Personality Disorders; Psychological support during transition periods and difficulties and Psychological counseling for Eating disorders; Stress management; Change management; Motivation and planning of one's goals; Enhancing self-esteem; Emotional Education and Feelings Management; and Cognitive Assessments.