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Individual & couple psychotherapy

Psychotherapy is a type of treatment that can help individuals experiencing mental health conditions, relational and emotional difficulties. Psychotherapy can help alleviate negative feelings, identify the causes of one’s psychological malaise, and teach new emotional-relational strategies so that the person can feel better and have better management of their emotional and relational life.

Conditions that can be helped by psychotherapy, and for which I have training and experience, include:

  • coping with stressful life events
  • trauma
  • adjusting to a medical illness
  • depression
  • anxiety
  • eco-anxiety or other feelings related to climate change
  • panic attacks
  • loss/bereavement
  • low self-esteem
  • emotional hunger
  • psychosomatic symptoms
  • existential crisis
  • crisis related to ageing
  • love addiction

I work with people with or without other conditions, such as ADHD, multiple sclerosis, dementia, and so on.

There are several different types of psychotherapy and my approach is Gestalt psychotherapy. Please, visit the page “about” to read more about Gestalt therapy.

Couple therapy is a form of psychotherapy to help couples overcome interpersonal conflicts and improve romantic relationships. To work on communication is one of the key aspects. The level of motivation of each partner is highly important for a good outcome of the therapy. In some cases, personal therapy may be recommended to each partner so that couple therapy can focus on couple’s issues and each partner finds support for their personal matters from their individual therapist. Couple therapy may be even helpful to support a separation process.

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