Be Pryce

Gestalt Counselor specialized in emotional and relational support

Hi! I’m Be Pryce

I am a Gestalt therapist specialized in emotional support.

I am certified as a Gestalt Counselor and Therapist, and I have been working in this field for over ten years. I live on the Costa del Sol (Spain) and I am a mother of two amazing women, 27 and 24 years old.

My formal and informal studies include singing, piano and trumpet, translation and interpretation, yoga and meditation, psychology, voice as a therapeutic tool, or music therapy for teachers. And I plan to continue my education!


Gestalt Therapy

In addition to my formal studies, my training in Gestalt therapy, voice, integrative psychology, and my daily practice of yoga, meditation and self-inquiry, the most important thing I can offer is my own life and therapeutical experience.

I began my adult years full of fears, anxieties, family and academic difficulties, doubts and insecurities. I was also a very sensitive person, with a sense of humor, loyal, patient, fun, and with the ability to listen to and make others feel good in difficult times.

Perhaps as a result of this, when I became interested in Gestalt Therapy, at first as a patient and subsequently as a student, I felt that accompanying those who were hurting in their lives was the perfect career for me.

Path of Self-Knowledge

For countless years, the search for ways to calm my fears while relieving the pain of emotional and relational conflicts led me to embark on a lifelong path of self-knowledge.

This path began with yoga, followed by meditation and mantra chanting, and culminated with the Gestalt Therapy training as well as Transpersonal Counseling training, through the study of A Course in Miracles, A Course of Love, and spiritual readings of all kinds and orientations, especially advaita teachings.

Tools to manage life

Today, I am a more complete, wiser person, less fears and, above all, equipped with an amazing collection of tools to manage my life, my emotions, my relationships and my existential yearnings.

My life is not perfect, nor does it need to be. It’s the way it is, and I’ve learned to support myself with love. Which is no small thing.

Does this little story mean that only people who are insecure or ‘too sensitive’ need emotional support or counseling? No way. Regardless of our personality, signs showing we need help or emotional support appear when something in our lives or relationships is not going well, and we don’t feel good about ourselves. As simple as that.

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