PSYCHOTHERAPY

The most important task of each of us is to give birth to ourselves and bring light into our lives.

The therapist's task is primarily to listen actively. During joint conversations, I provide a safe haven to talk and work on all the topics that brought you to the therapist. Absolute discretion is a matter of course. 

I apply an individual approach to everyone, create tailor-made therapies, and respect your uniqueness and individuality. You can express your feelings and thoughts in an environment where you are understood. 

Psychotherapy relies on the joint responsibility of the client and the therapist. This approach differentiates it from medical psychology, where the physician diagnoses and prescribes treatment based on several symptoms. Many clients do not expect the emphasis on the increased responsibility for their lives; however, taking responsibility for their lives is one of psychotherapy's main tasks.

During the initial meeting, we agree on a goal you want to concentrate on in the following sessions. 

The frequency of meetings depends on your needs and time options. If you need intensive therapy, we can meet once a week; otherwise, we can meet once every 2-3 weeks. Short-term psychotherapy can last ten meetings, long-term psychotherapy several months. 

Individual sessions usually last 55 minutes, pair sessions 90 minutes. 


INDIVIDUAL THERAPY

As part of psychotherapy, I offer a space to talk, experience, enjoy and practice safely. 

Following questions may come to light: What's wrong with me? How is it possible that I got stuck? What tension hinders my life? What can help me? I suffer, but I don't know why ... Or questions about improving the quality of life: Who am I? How can I give my life meaning? How can I live a more harmonious life? And many more. 

During the initial meeting, we agree on a goal you want to concentrate on in the following sessions.  


COUPLE THERAPY

Couple therapy focuses on problems in relationships within a couple. We talk in the presence of you and your partner. 

Each pair is unique and gradually develops its own rules of operation. A crisis occurs when partners are unable to successfully address their problems. 

You may encounter various issues, such as recurring conflicts, communication failures, loss of confidence, infidelity, changes in sexuality, physical or mental issues of the partner, etc. 

Our conversations do not aim at revealing someone's truth but finding solutions to difficulties that would be suitable for both partners (and give each other a new chance). 

The purpose of therapy is to find a new balance in the relationship and improve harmony. A partner who is considered perfect is, in fact, immature. There is always something to learn and change in partnership and marriage. By doing so, you improve, renew, grow yourself and prevent the life to become dull. 

Living together is beautiful and stimulating precisely because of its diversity and constant alternation of bright and shady moments.