English speaking Clinical Psychologist - Therapist - Sexologist in Berlin

Appointments can only be made upon request, please send an e-mail.  office@mh-praxis.de

Please contact me if you have any questions.


Terms & Conditions for Appointments

Sessions at Praxis are available on:

  • Sunday

  • Monday 

  • Tuesday

  • Wednesday is an online session day

  • Thursday is an online session day



My regular fee is:

  • 100 Euro per 50-minute for single session.
  • 120 Euro  per 60-minute for Initial Couples  Session
  • 160 Euro  per 90-minute for Couples Therapy Session.

Please take a note at the moment we are not able to take payments by card.

*** I offer a few slots with reduced rates to provide my services to people in need with low income. ***

Cancellation Policy

Under most circumstances, sessions will be charged at full price when cancelled less than 24 hours in advance.  I require minimum 24 hours’ notice and as much advance notice as possible, if you need to cancel a session. Sessions cancelled with less than 24 hours’ notice or no-shows will incur the full fee.

Health Insurance

Please take note that I only accept private payment and some private insurances (but no public insurances such as TK).Please get in touch with your insurance to find out about the conditions of your contract. Cost coverage by a statutory/public health insurance company (TK, BEK, AOK, etc.) is only possible if the therapist has a health insurance licence. 

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All your information and details of sessions are confidential. In order to provide high quality therapy, I discuss clients in supervision (excluding any identifying information) and the supervisor abides by the same rules of confidentiality.
There are, however, limits to confidentiality which must be broken if:
Serious injury or harm may occur to you or others; Child abuse has been disclosed; Information is disclosed about a crime; I am summoned by a Court of Law.

In Case of Emergency

For patients with acute suicidal tendencies counselling is not adequate. In this case a stationary treatment in a psychiatric hospital is necessary. A stationary treatment in a psychiatric hospital is necessary also in case of an acute psychotic episode.
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Frequently Asked Questions


1I am insured by TK, will my insurance cover the sessions?
Unfortunately not. Cost coverage by a statutory/public health insurance company (TK, BEK, AOK, etc.) is only possible if the therapist has a health insurance licence.
2I have questions about the bill I received
If you have any questions, please contact us by e-mail billing@mh-praxis.de
3What information will be on the bill?
Due to the type of tax registration praxis in Germany, the invoice always states - Heilpraktiker - Psychotherapie 50 min This is just a registration form, it does not affect our qualifications.
4Do I pay extra for psychological tests?
Psychological tests are conducted as part of the diagnosis and there is no additional fee.
5I need a work certificate stating that I am undergoing therapy.
Work or insurance certificates are issued on request. Certificates are always in English.
6Can I pay by card?
Please take a note at the moment we are not able to take payments by card.

What is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy?

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a type of psychotherapy that helps people identify and change patterns of thinking or behavior that are causing difficulties in their lives. It is based on the idea that our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are all interconnected, and that by changing negative thought patterns or maladaptive behaviors, people can improve their emotional state and reduce distress. CBT has been found to be effective in treating a variety of mental health conditions, including depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and substance use disorders.

During CBT sessions, a therapist will work with the client to identify and challenge unhelpful thoughts or behaviors, as well as learn new coping skills that can help them manage their mental health. CBT can also be used in combination with other therapeutic approaches, such as medication, to achieve optimal results. With the right treatment plan, CBT can be a highly effective tool for improving mental health and well-being.

What is Dialectical Behavioral Therapy ? 

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) is a form of cognitive-behavioral therapy originally developed to treat chronically suicidal individuals diagnosed with borderline personality disorder. The primary objectives of DBT are to help clients develop skills in emotion regulation, dialectic thinking, and interpersonal effectiveness. Dialectic thinking involves the search for balance between opposites, such as acceptance and change. The therapy also focuses on mindfulness skills, such as living in the moment and being non-judgmental. By teaching clients to use these techniques, DBT promotes self-regulation and increased emotional stability. Furthermore, it teaches them how to successfully interact with others by developing communication skills and building healthy relationships.

Overall, DBT is a powerful tool for helping clients develop healthier coping mechanisms and build stronger relationships. It is an effective form of treatment for many mental health conditions, such as depression, bipolar disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), substance use disorders, and eating disorders. DBT has been found to be especially helpful in treating suicidal thoughts or behaviors.  It is a valuable resource to the mental health community, helping individuals gain control over their lives and live more productive, meaningful lifestyles.

What is Sexology ? 

Sexology is a branch of science that focuses on the study of human sexuality. It covers topics such as sexual behavior, gender identity and expression, sexual orientations, fertility, reproduction, and more. Through research, sexologists are able to gain insight into how social taboos, historical norms, cultural influences, and other factors shape our understanding and perception of sex. Sexologists can use this knowledge to help create more inclusive policies and procedures, as well as providing sexual health education and counseling that better meet the needs of individuals and communities. Additionally, sexology has contributed to greater understanding and acceptance of LGBTQ+ identities by helping debunk myths about gender, sexuality, and relationships. By continuing to expand the field of sexology, we can ensure that everyone is safe to express their sexual identity without fear or judgement.

Sexology also has implications in other areas of life, such as relationships and marriage. Through research, sexologists have been able to identify patterns and trends that can help couples create healthier, more fulfilling relationships. By understanding how power dynamics and communication styles impact relationship satisfaction, couples can gain a better sense of what works for them and how to resolve any issues that arise. This knowledge can help couples learn how to better meet each other’s needs and foster a more positive atmosphere in their relationship.

What is Sexualtherapy ?

Sexual therapy is a type of psychotherapy focused on helping individuals and couples who are struggling with issues of intimacy, desire, sexual dysfunctions, and communication. It is designed to help people identify the source of their difficulties and explore ways to resolve them. Sexual therapy may involve exploring feelings around sexuality, addressing negative experiences or beliefs about sex, developing communication skills, and understanding how to incorporate sex into a meaningful relationship. Working with a qualified sexual therapist can help individuals and couples gain insight into their sexuality so they can experience greater fulfillment in their relationships. A sexual therapist can also provide support and guidance for those who are living with chronic illness or disability and seeking to enjoy fulfilling physical intimacy. With the right guidance and support, individuals may be able to find new ways to express themselves sexually so they can enjoy satisfying and pleasurable sexual experiences.

Does online psychotherapy make sense?

Online psychotherapy has become increasingly popular in recent years as a way to access mental health services from the comfort and convenience of home. It offers many of the same benefits of traditional in-person counseling, such as a safe space to discuss your thoughts and feelings, as well as a personalized therapeutic approach tailored to your unique needs. Ultimately, online psychotherapy is an effective way to treat mental health issues, allowing people to access professional help without the need to leave their homes.

After a prior conversation, we can arrange a meeting via online.

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