Are you experiencing unfamiliar emotional distress? Don’t ignore or attribute it to stress or fatigue. Professional help may be necessary.

You may, on the other hand, live periods of harmony, where life is going in the right direction and then suddenly a complete turnaround with agony, even anguish you can not explain to yourself.
Or you may have been struggling with mental-help problems for quite some time, and looked for help in the past, but it did not bring significant relief. If you find yourself in one of the above descriptions, I warmly invite you to contact me.

As a resident in psychoanalytic psychotherapy, I support you in:

  • Relationship issues, where, in addition to emotional discomfort, we also address social skills;
  • Weak self-image, low self-esteem and self-confidence, feelings of inferiority, guilt, which can also be accompanied by a sense of lack of meaning;
  • Confused identity;
  • Chronic fatigue, ineffective coping with stress, high demands and expectations from oneself, burnout;
  • Psychosomatic disorders (insomnia, unexplained headaches, migraines, stomach problems, back pain, muscle pain, erectile dysfunction, high blood pressure, skin problems);
  • Depression, anxiety, excessive worry, fear that you can’t explain, frantic rumination and catastrophizing;
  • Panic attacks;
  • Obsessive compulsive disorders;
  • Cyclothymia or mood disorders;
  • Workaholism, obsessive physical exercise, excessive preoccupation with healthy eating, weight or appearance;
  • Self-harm;
  • Postpartum depression;

We can also work with emotional strain, which appears at turning points in life or important life events: preparing for a life together, facing birth, divorce, death of a loved one, loss of employment, loss of will and meaning upon retirement.

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