Psychotherapy is a powerful investment in your well-being, a profound act of self-care, and a demonstration of love, both for yourself and those you care about. It’s a transformative journey that fosters self-discovery, emotional healing, and stronger, more meaningful relationships.

I am specialized in integrative psychotherapy, which involves a relational, individual, couple, or group therapeutic approach focused on the therapeutic relationship. It integrates the emotional, cognitive, behavioural, and bodily aspects and views the person as a whole—mind, body, and spirit. I chose integrative psychotherapy because it is a generous therapy that combines elements from different therapeutic approaches such as psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioural, humanistic, and experiential therapies. Integrating different techniques allows me to personalize and adapt the intervention to your specific needs, considering your unique personality, circumstances, and goals. We are all different, and what works for one person may not work as well for another.

Areas of Expertise for Psychotherapy

  • Anxiety
  • Panic attacks
  • Acute and Chronic stress
  • Burnout
  • Insomnia
  • Personality disorders (narcissism, histrionic behaviour, borderline tendencies, antisocial traits, avoidance and dependency patterns)
  • Dysthymia and Major depression
  • Addictions (including hidden ones like addiction to stress, work,  internet, video games, social media, or emotional eating)
  • Dysfunctional relationships
  • Body dysmorphia
  • Eating disorders
  • Sexuality
  • Various types of loss (death, own health or loved one’s illness, divorce, job or change of career, friendship, relocation to a foreign country, etc.)
  • Psychosomatic disorders
  • Physical and Emotional abuse
  • Trauma
  • Post-Traumatic Syndrome
    I am supporting you in navigating through emotions such as fear, anger, sadness, disappointment, guilt, and shame and I have a special focus on emotional self-regulation.

My approach

My approach is holistic, considering the mind-body connection, including the aspect of nutrition and neuroscience. I integrate various therapeutic modalities to create a comprehensive psychological intervention plan, including psychosomatic and psychodynamic processes, transgenerational therapy, existential therapy, Ericksonian hypnosis, awareness techniques (mindfulness), Jungian psychoanalysis, projective techniques, play therapy, integrative psychotherapy for children and adolescents, psychodrama, transactional analysis, attachment theory, guided imagery, schema therapy, cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT), rational emotive behavioural therapy (REBT), dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), couples therapy and sexology, Gestalt therapy, and client-centred Rogerian therapy.

Individual Therapy for adults and teenagers

Individual therapy, also known as one-on-one therapy, is a form of psychotherapy where a trained and licensed therapist works with a single client. The primary focus of individual therapy is to provide a safe, confidential, and supportive environment in which the client can explore their thoughts, emotions, behaviors, and personal concerns.

Couple Therapy

Couple therapy is a form of psychotherapy focused on improving romantic relationships. It involves both partners attending sessions together with a licensed therapist. The therapy aims to enhance communication, resolve conflicts, rebuild emotional intimacy, and provide practical tools for managing relationship challenges.

In couple therapy, couples work on issues like communication breakdowns, conflict resolution, trust, and infidelity. The duration of therapy varies based on the specific concerns and goals of the couple, ranging from short-term interventions to long-term support. The primary objective is to create a healthier, more fulfilling partnership by strengthening understanding and empathy between partners.

Few facts about psychotherapy

Here are Some facts about psychotherapy and psychotherapist: Psychotherapy is based on scientific research and established therapeutic techniques. Psychotherapy is not only talking, psychotherapists use

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