I am a qualified Existential Psychotherapist.
This means that Existentialism is the orientation that mostly appeals to my personal beliefs, my way of living and expressing myself.
Far from being an intellectual or abstract approach, Existential Psychotherapy examines the individual in his/her context and in relation to others and to the surrounding world.
I draw attention to my clients’ understanding of their own philosophy of life. I observe and discuss with them what they wish to retain and what they wish to change in order to identify and take advantage of new opportunities and increase the quality of their life.
I am a trained Psychsexual and Relationship Therapist and I work with couples to facilitate their ability to resolve conflict, to address sexual concerns and to help establish better communication and common goals.
Existential Psychotherapy can be time-limited or open-ended. It can be cost-effective and solution focused. It involves creating an understanding of clients’ basic beliefs and inherited assumptions and it helps clients to make choices and to re-define their world-view in order to achieve their goals and aspirations.
I integrate different techniques within my Existential orientation, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT ), Attachment Therapy, EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing), Focusing, Conflict Resolution Skills, Psychosexual and Relationship Therapy, to name a few.
I am trained in CBT ( Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) which I implement as part of my Existential orientation.