Any type of intervention is based on a deep, confidential, and trusting relationship between client and therapist. This is the most important aspect of the therapeutic process and the one that is determinant in terms of positive results, according to several studies of effectiveness in psychotherapy. Although my approach is mainly informed by analytical psychology and its methods (dreamwork, creative image work, drawing or sandplay, the use of imagination in the service of psychotherapeutic exploration and intervention), I use an integrative approach, fruit of my experience and training in other psychotherapeutic approaches that complement the techniques described above (Biodynamic Breathwork, principles of Memory Reconsolidation applied to psychotherapy). I deeply believe that a therapeutic approach aimed at change and transformation needs to invite the body into the process. The specificity of each process requires a methodology according to the psychic reality and the individual characteristics and preferences of each individual. The method and techniques have to adapt to the individual and not the other way around.