Study techniques & development of intellectual capacity. Students with good aptitudes may be unsuccessful in their studies due to a lack of necessary techniques that permit them to effectively utilize their own resources. Therefore, it is necessary to learn, study, and to optimize intellectual self-capacity, e.g. rapid reading, concentration, memory enhancement, planning, summarizing, scheduling, exam preparation.

Speech therapy.
The objective is to obtain an adequate articulation of all speech sounds and to improve oral expression. Prescribed for problems such as stammering, stuttering and other dysfunctions.

Psychomotor stimulation & co-ordination. Laterality.The correct integration of different body movements increases motor efficiency and encourages a better adaption to scholastic tasks. Necessary in left-handed children that do not follow the rhythm of other students or in cases of motor skill slowness, reduced manual dexterity, etc.

Learning of reading/writing skills.
Not correctly assimilating the basic literary skills of reading and writing, produces a learning retardation in the student, dyslexia, or other dysfunctions. With adequate therapeutic support the student will successfully overcome these problems.


Orientation. To tutor the vocational preferences of the child or adolescent (keeping in mind the diverse aspects of personality, intelligence and aptitudes), is the guarantee of full social integration, just as for a future professional life suited to his/her temperament, and hence, to attain greater success in life.

Motivation. The motivational factor augments the will, stimulates concentration, memory and comprehension. In this way, stimulating all of the intellectual capacities, it is possible to attain higher levels of success within the chosen profession.

Goal setting.
It's not easy for children or adolescents to orientate themselves given the enormous quantity of information that they receive from their environment. This can produce a state of apathy, provoked by an intellectual lack of focus. Therapy designed to define a personal model and professional goals; animate mental incentives and optimize the intellectual characteristics giving motivational sense to personal efforts.


Force of character. In modern society it is indispensable to strengthen the character and self-concept of the child or adolescent, so they can overcome their difficulties and not allow themselves to be influenced by negative environments nor by toxic habits, substituting the latter for positive and constructive models. Therapy prescribed in cases of lack of will, general disinterest, lack of animation, apathy, toxic habits and others.

Relaxation. Necessary for concentration, balance of muscular tone, and to provide good distribution and conservation of motor energy. Lowers the level of hyperactivity, nervousness and anxiety with all the positive implications that this brings to the psychosomatic level. Therapy prescribed in cases of lack of concentration, nervous blocks, insomnia and others.

Parental relations . To analyze the links established between parents and children in order to reveal the causes that provoke undesirable reactions within the family, e.g. rebellion, aggressiveness, lack of communication and others. Changes in sentiment and behavior are frequently the key to re-establishing harmony.

Emotional equilibrium.
When certain conducts appear (e.g. bed-wetting, timidity, sadness, lack of communication and other symptoms), it is necessary to support the effective and rational development of the child or adolescent in order to avoid a future obstacle to full emotional maturity.