Post traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a syndrome, which may occur after a person directly experiences, witnesses or learns of a traumatic event.
Initial 30-min Telephone Session€ FREE
Individual Therapy€ 100,55
per 50 minute session (in accordance with the German fee structure for Psychological Psychotherapists)
Payment is by cash on the day of each session. All fees are subject to review.
Private insurance companies reimburse fees for individual therapy at my private practice.
It is the responsibility of the individual to contact the insurers to determine terms of contract.
Public insurers (‘Gesetzliche Versicherung’) do not cover treatment in my private practice on the Grafenberger Allee.
Psychotherapy allows you to explore difficult and often painful emotions and experiences in a private and confidential setting.
Relationships are the basis of existence. We cannot survive without others but our interactions with others may not always run smoothly.
Depressive symptoms can sometimes become persistant and overwhelming, interfering with your day-to-day functioning.
In therapy, I will work with you to uncover the sources of stress in your life by examining your thoughts, feelings and behaviours vis-a-vis your stress.
Social anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder, generalized anxiety (GAD), panic attacks and Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are all forms of anxiety.
Bereavement is the process of recovering from the loss of someone close to us whereas grief is our response to any form of loss.
Low self-esteem and low self-confidence can be debilitating. Cyclical relationships have been identified between self-esteem and our actions.
In psychotherapy, I will work with you in finding connection to your new contexts and overcoming intercultural relational challenges.
Workplace Counselling can support you in gaining new outside perspectives on your present situation, exploring new ways of managing your daily challenges.
Psychotherapy and medication are often used hand in hand in the treatment of panic and together can lead to lasting relief.
Once it takes hold, burnout is difficult to get rid of. Psychotherapy can provide guidance in assessing the sources of stress in your life.