Psychotherapy (literally) means the treatment of the soul. But in a reciprocal interplay of soul, body and social relationships, psychotherapeutic treatment always looks at psychosocial and -somatic phenomena as well. Your bodily experience has a great influence on your mental well-being. The same is true for the quality of your relationships in partnership and family, in your circle of friends as well as in everyday professional life.
Disorientation, anxiety or dejection can come from hurtful relationship experiences, excessive stress or major life changes. In most cases, well-being improves over time. But in some cases a feeling of hopelessness sets in and you feel mentally ill. Your concerns, triggering events and therapy goals are the subject of our joint therapeutic work. Against the background of your very individual psychodynamics, you will learn to recognise repetitive patterns and unconscious motives.
I offer couples therapy not only for conflictual partnerships but also for friendships in crisis, as I am convinced that friendships deserve the same love and patience as couples.