therapy and counselling for
individuals, couples and families in Berlin
I offer therapy and counselling services for couples, families and individuals in Berlin. My therapy approach is based on my training in psychodynamic art psychotherapy and in systemic family therapy. It’s important for me to acknowledge that everybody faces their own unique challenges and questions in life. This also means that most couples and families need to navigate through various different issues. If you are currently living in a country which you weren’t born in or your family members come from different cultural backgrounds, this can mean added stress in regards to communication and feelings of loneliness, loss or anxiety. When a couple or a family member struggles with a transition or with other issues, therapy or counselling can offer support in a safe and reflective space.
I’ve gained many years of experience in working with clients from a diversity of different backgrounds. My work and my personal experiences in different countries has fostered my understanding of differences and similarities regarding cultural perspectives and ways of communicating. At the same time, relationships and their issues are usually as unique as the individuals that participate in them.
In order to allow for comprehensive understanding and treatment, I adapt to your specific situation and needs as much as possible. I generally follow a psychodynamic approach in which I integrate both systemic and creative methods. I know that some people prefer to explore and express themselves visually, while others feel more comfortable while speaking about their thoughts – both of which are welcome. Together we can discuss what kind of support is the most suitable in your situation.
Besides offering therapy, I facilitate trainings and seminars in different organisations as well as guest lectures in universities. I work and consult with colleagues of the international creating links network whenever possible.
If you want to find out more about couples counselling click here.
If you’re interested in learning more about art therapy in particular, check out the creating links podcast.