Is finding a solution possible?

Finding new alternatives to the challenges you face is possible. Having the right guidance and support, as well as wanting to keep moving forward despite the obstacles, will help broaden your perspective and pave the way to finding solutions for your needs and to feeling better.

Psychologist Rodolfo Alzate

Imágen Rodolfo Alzate Psicólogo Medellín
  • Specializes on working with youth over the last eight years: visual artists, musicians, creatives, professors, engineers and students
  • Counselor and therapist for over 250 youth with a project for the Mayor’s Office of Medellín
  • Psychology internship with the Arts Department from the Universidad de Antioquia
  • Universidad de Antioquia graduate with a degree in psychology (2009)

Different areas that therapy can address:

  • Insecurities, anxiety, panic disorder
  • Financial problems
  • Relationship issues
  • Addictions
  • Grieving
  • Family problems
  • Challenges to reaching personal goals
  • Career guidance

Going to therapy can provide the following benefits:

It can improve interpersonal relationships, family relationships and the relationships of couples.
It can help you gain confidence and self-esteem to carry out projects and meet your goals.
It can reinforce your strengths and help identify your desires, principles and personal values.
It can help reveal new alternatives to problems or challenges.


General information about Rodolfo and his other projects and interests: Articles about psychology, music, etc.

Call or write for an appointment or if you have any questions:


319 206 63 17
(Also available via WhatsApp)

Office location

Prado Centro, near the Águila Descalza theater.
Medellín, Colombia.

If you or someone you know is in a situation where their life is at risk, do not use this page as a form of contact. Call one of the following numbers for help: The Hospital Mental de Antioquia helpline at 01 8000 417 474; the Drogas y Salud Mental en Colombia helpline at 01 8000 113 113; the Medellín Jóven youth friend line 444 44 48; or go to the closest emergency room.