Systemic Therapy and Counselling
"Systemic Psychotherapy is an independent method availing of a variety of methods and application fields. Originally developed in family therapy, systemic psychotherapy is now used with individuals, couples, families and groups. Systemic Psychotherapy observes the individuals in their social networks and views symptoms as inadequate attempts to find solutions in established relationships. The goal of interventions is to identify patterns, activate resources and expand perspectives and options of behaviour in a solution oriented mindset. Which system is seen as relevant, depends on the symptoms and the people involved."
IEF, Institut für systemische Entwicklung und Fortbildung
I accompany adults (from 18yrs) in/with:
the search and realization of their gender identity
the co-transition of their child or partner
questions concerning LGBT + related topics
questions about relationship problems (couples or single therapy)
affective problems, depression in difficult situations
the exploration and change of unhelpful or disabling patterns over the life span
the search for existing resources and possible coping strategies
dealing with and/or processing an acute or chronic somatic illness (oncological diagnosis, Parkinson, etc.)
coming to terms with the loss or serious illness of a family member or beloved person
I have specialised in the psychological counselling and psychotherapeutic accompaniment in questions concerning gender and sexual identity and sexual orientation (LGBT+ related topics) and on the counselling and accompaniment of relatives and partners in questions concerning the transition of a beloved person.
German, English and French