Psychotherapy traditionally encompasses the treatment of both psychological and psychosomatic disorders. During our sessions, personal values are defined and individual coping strategies are developed jointly in order to achieve established goals step by step.
We would be delighted to accompany you through this personal journey.
Characteristic of behavior therapy is a close collaboration between therapist and patient during the phases of diagnosis, planning as well as accomplishment of therapy.
Based on a trustful therapeutic relationship, dysfunctional thinking and relationship patterns are explored jointly. Psychotherapy is a process. Your cooperation and willingness of change are central. With evidence-based practice, we will support you in understanding the development of these patterns and in changing them, adapted to your requirements, to improve your emotional stability. The effectiveness of cognitive-behavioral therapy has been demonstrated empirically for a large range of mental disorders.
Specifically, psychotherapy can be helpful in the following problem areas:
- affective disorders, e.g. depression, mania
- fears, e.g. panic attacks, phobias, social phobias, hypochondria
- psychosomatic disorders
- obsessive-compulsive disorders
- posttraumatic stress disorders
- chronic pain
- eating disorders
- sexual disorders
- relationship and personality disorders, e.g. borderline, self-insecure or dependent personality disorders