to contribute to the personal and professional development of all those people that we work with, providing them with tools to improve their own resources. We base our work in the values of quality, high level of professionalism and ethics.
to develop learning contexts and facilitate processes of change based on respect, transparency, collaboration, curiosity and openness to new possibilities.
to apply and teach a systemic intervention approach that:
- addresses people in the context of their family history, significant relationships and social, cultural and gender constraints
- contributes to improve and overcome the problematic life narratives and the limiting relationship patterns
- fosters change by reconnecting with each person’s values, wishes, resources and priorities
- and boosts the transformation of the system by promoting sustainable, equitable and mutually supportive relationships, encouraging growth and a sense of collective responsibility