Through psychotherapy, changes are directed in a healing way in exchange with the social environment. This often requires clarification and a deeper examination of the unconscious background of the suffering.
Sick thoughts, emotions and actions are made conscious and new perspectives are developed. Various methods of cognitive behavioural therapy, especially mindfulness and meditation-based procedures, analytical, systemic and art-therapeutic procedures are applied.
Overcoming mourning, separations and divorces and learning to say goodbye
e. g. the seven stages include shock, denial, anger, bargaining, depression, testing, and acceptance
Seeing through depression, hopelessness and mood swings
e.g. lack of energy, despondency, low self-esteem, sleep disorders
Burnout, new solutions at work
e.g. conflicts and performance failure
e.g. wounds due to accidents and dramatic events, injuries due to difficult childhood constellations
Breaking constraints from patterns
e.g. thought circles, eating compulsions, addictive behavior
Processing panic and fear
e.g. social anxiety, separation anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorders
Children and Adolescents
Surpassing development crises
e.g. ADHS, specific talents, fear of school, bullying, mobbing, absenteeism, illnesses, separations, social anxiety