"When one door closes, another one opens. The
tragedy, however, is that one usually looks to the closed door and ignores the open one."
Psychotherapy refers to
the treatment of mental suffering.
depression, anxiety, compulsions, eating disorders and traumatic experiences, all of which can lead to
pressure and constraints in everyday life. Certain physical ailments, such as cancer or chronic diseases, can lead to psychological symptoms, where therapy can often be useful and sometimes necessary.
Emotions and mental processes can also affect physical illness and increase already existing symptoms, such as allergies, asthma and neurodermititis.
The aim of psychotherapy is to cure these ailments or enable you to deal with them.
My main concern during therapy is to improve your
quality of life. I will accompany you during the process of getting to know yourself better and enabling a positive change in your attitude. I also provide feedback and help you
reach a better self-understanding, which in turn leads to more inner strength and control.
We will work together to overcome challenges in areas where you have previously had little or no success.
As trust and sympathy are key aspects of our cooperation, I offer a free, non-binding preliminary session prior to any agreements reached - in person or by phone.
To request a non-binding appointment click here.