Psychotherapy is help an support with

  • fears and depression
  • psychosomatic complaints
  • sleeplessness, stress and tension
  • problems and conflicts in relationships or families
  • work-related problems
  • crisis situations triggered by separation, divorce, bereavement, change of environment . . . . . overcoming traumatic experiences
  • recognising and changing behavioural patterns which damage ourselves
  • accompanying you into new life phases such as adolescence, midlife crisis, retirement, etc…
  • the positive development of your personality

The aim of psychotherapy is to reduce emotional suffering and to foster strengths and abilities.

In an atmosphere of respect and appreciation, new perspectives and opportunities for an improvement in the quality of your life can be discovered.