Counseling and Therapy
In therapy and counseling, I am primarily driven by solution- and resource-oriented work.
It offers help in disorders of thinking, feeling, experiencing and acting. These include mental disorders such as anxiety, compulsions, depression, eating disorders, behavioral disorders, addictions, and more.
The goal of psychotherapy is to help you deal more effectively with past and present challenges and make future decisions that will improve your well-being. You will get the support you make in making the decisions necessary to improve your well-being and deal with what is holding you back in life.
It is not easy to answer the question of how long individual psychotherapy lasts - it depends on individual factors, including the patient's approach. Motivation to change, willingness to spend time thinking about therapy-related issues between sessions - all of this can significantly affect the duration of psychotherapy.
Psychotherapy & Sexual Therapy
Classic couples therapy session
Individual psychotherapy allows the psychotherapist to fully focus on the patient. The first step is to book an initial consultation. An assessment for psychotherapy or counseling is an opportunity to discuss with your therapist whether a psychotherapeutic intervention might be appropriate for your difficulties.
The goal is to help people overcome physical and emotional challenges to improve the patient's quality of sex life.
Sex therapy can help reformulate sexual challenges and increase sexual satisfaction.
A fulfilling sex life is healthy and natural. Physical and emotional intimacy are key components to your well-being. When sexual dysfunction does occur, a satisfying sex life can be difficult.
I conduct sexual therapy in the form of individual meetings or as part of therapy for couples.
At times, relationships can go through periods of stress and can seem like a source of unhappiness or confusion. The goal is to solve a problem together, improve the quality of relationships or improve communication between partners. Therapy of couples and marriages allows, for example, to reduce the frequency of conflicts and improve communication between partners.
Marriage therapy is also often conducted for the good of children who become victims of marital conflicts and quarrels.
In group therapy, up to eight people meet the therapist.
Group therapies are delivered as combination therapy with individual sessions. Treatment as a combination therapy offers significant advantages over a single treatment. In this way, science-based "group factors" (solidarity, sharing hope, information sharing, learning from each other, enhancing self-esteem, etc.) can support and promote treatment.
Group therapy is just as effective as individual therapy for many conditions, including:
-post traumatic symptoms