Dr. Liliana Cane, Ph.D., psychologist, has more than 35 years experience in individual, couple and family psychotherapy. Her basic approach is centered on helping the person or the relationship to change in the fastest and deepest manner possible. Psychotherapy may strategically include hypnosis, therapeutic tasks, enhancement of creativity, behavioural and cognitive transformations, developing interpersonal and communicational skills or reframing of emotional states and perceptions. The clinical interventions are centered on solutions, positive emotions and creativity. Rather than suggesting direct changes, she helps clients contact their own inner resources and generate solutions that fit closely to their specific needs.
Dr. Cane is passionate of continuing education and she integrates in her practice all relevant scientific and clinical advancements in the area of psychotherapy. Thus her approach is integrative, trans-theoretical and centered on what helps the client most.
Dr. Cane is recognized for the quality of her clinical skills, conferences, teaching and clinical supervision.
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“Her approach in psychotherapy resembles a mirror. Precise, never compliant, but always in goodwill, this mirror shows you the path that has been walked, the place where you are at in your life path, but especially the possibilities that lie ahead to attain the next destination. The patient has the answers within. As a psychologist, her role consists in listening closely to their words, their emotions, their doubts, but also their truths of which they are not necessarily conscious and that deserve to be reexamined. The relationship of trust that develops through the sessions acknowledges the habits and convictions deeply rooted that determine past choices and behaviors. Giving freedom to the word in this context of necessary support to dare change, the therapeutic relationship gives back to the patient access to their inner truth and aspirations, freeing them to move into action.”
–Michel Grise, M.Ps. Psychologist