Psychological Diagnosis and Individual Psychotherapy

I am a clinical psychologist with many years of experience in providing individual psychotherapy. I have expertise in a wide range of therapeutic areas including depression, anxiety, personality disorders, stress management and life transitions.

With personalized care, I will work with you to identify areas that need improvement and develop goals that can help you to achieve mental wellness and inner peace.

If you are looking for english speaking psychotherapist in Berlin, I am available to provide individual therapy. My focus is on helping individuals achieve a better understanding of themselves and learn tools and strategies they can use to cope with life's challenges. Together we will work through your struggles in order to reach the highest level of functioning and personal growth that you can achieve.

Individual psychotherapy in Berlin


During the first consultation, we will talk about your life situation: Why do you want to start therapy?

Psychological Diagnosis and Individual therapy is an effective form of treatment that involves working one-on-one with a therapist. Finding the right english speaking psychologist for you can be difficult.

Your active cooperation is especially important for you to really benefit from the treatment. An assessment for psychotherapy or counseling is an opportunity to discuss with your therapist whether a psychotherapeutic intervention might be appropriate for your difficulties. Such as :

- Anxiety, stress and Phobias
- Depression
- Trauma and crisis
- Personality disorders ex.(Borderline (BPD), Narcissistic, Antisocial(ASPD), Paranoid, Schizoid, Histronic, Avoidant)
- Body image concerns/ Eating disorders
- Grief and Loss
- Culture shock-inc. relocation/Life transitions
- Self-Esteem and Self-Worth Deficiencies
- OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder)
- Issues with identity
- Assertiveness
- Living as an emotionally sensitive person
- Social phobia 


Psychological  diagnosis in Berlin 


The diagnosis is usually a series of two to three meetings. During the first or first two interviews, an interview is conducted, during which we aim to learn the most important information about the examined person and the type of their motivation for the study. We then use specific diagnostic tests.

The goals of diagnosis may vary depending on the type of diagnosis and the difficulties faced by the patient. The choice of diagnostic tests will also depend on these factors. However, we cannot forget about tools such as interview or observation, which are the basis for diagnosis and are used regardless of the type of examination performed.


Below you can read about some psychological tests used in psychological diagnosis:


Attachment styleAttachment Styles Questionnaire(KSP) The questionnaire is intended for examining attachment styles in partner (romantic) relationships. Attachment styles are characterized by different ways of interacting and behaving in relationships. In early childhood, these attachment styles focus on the interactions of children and parents. In adulthood, attachment styles are used to describe attachment patterns in romantic relationships.

Personality disorders - The Structured Clinical Interview for the Study of Personality Disorders according to DSM-5 (SCID-5-PD) is a diagnostic interview that enables the diagnosis of personality disorders based on the criteria contained in the American Psychiatric Association's classification of mental disorders. In the first place, the tested person receives a screening, self-report (self-assessment) personality questionnaire and answers the questions contained therein.

Personality - Eysenck Personality Questionnaire (EPQ-R) is used to examine the basic dimensions of personality in Eysenck's theory. EPQ-R in full version can be used for scientific research and for the purposes of individual diagnosis in clinical psychology, education, organization and work.

Depression - The scale of depression is determined by the Beck test. This is a self-report scale suitable for screening symptoms of depression. It is an auxiliary tool. It can never replace a psychological examination. It is important to give honest answers. The assessment must relate to how you feel over a period of time, from the last week to the last month. The scale invented by Aaron Beck contains 21 questions that the patient must answer. Fun fact: There are 4 variants of answers assessed in different ways.

Anxiety - Liebowitz Social Anxiety Scale (LSAS) is one of the most popular and widely used measures of social phobia, the only situation-based social anxiety instrument that also distinguishes between fear and avoidance ratings.
So the test not only gives you a measure of your social anxiety, but also a measure of how much you avoid social situations.

Temperament - Formal Characteristics of Behavior - Temperament Questionnaire. FCZ-KT(R) is a tool for diagnosing the basic, biologically conditioned dimensions of temperament, which is a component of personality in accordance with the Regulative Theory of Temperament and refers to the formal, not the content aspect of behavior. The questionnaire is used both in scientific and application research - it can be used in career and educational counseling, recruitment processes, and clinical trials.