Carol Mccloskey – Praticienne en psychothérapie – Counselling – Cabinet Psychothérapie – 9 Place de Gaulle 06600 Antibes – 06 01 82 53 72

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I have worked with multi-cultural, multi-lingual individuals and am sensitive to the dynamics of adaptation and identity issues.

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Confidentiality is vital to the therapeutic process. Confidentiality is both an ethical standard and a legal mandate for psychotherapists. Except for a number of specific situations which I explain when I work – psychotherapists are required by law to keep psychotherapy confidential. Even the fact of psychotherapy is confidential.


I offer counselling-psychotherapy sessions for individuals, (child and adult) and couples.  My training and interests have enabled me to develop my practice of psychotherapy in the following areas:

  • Problems linked to childhood and adolescence
  • Separation and attachment
  • Relationship issues
  • Depression
  • Problems related to accompaniment of psychosis or mental illness
  • Mood problems (bipolarity, depression)
  • Work related stress
  • Anxiety (panic, phobies, agoraphobia, lack of self-esteem, etc…)
  • Problems related to impulse control (automutilations, kleptomania,stress, OCD, burn-out, ‘acting out’)
  • Pre-natal psychology
  • Post-partum depression
  • Psychotraumatic aftermath (accident, aggression, moral or sexual harassment)
  • Rupture et separation
  • Grief processing
  • Identity  questions:  psychosexual, cultural or religious adaptation