I use dreams, pictures, the imagination, small symbolic objects and, of course, discussion in my work. For me, as for C.G. Jung, every therapy is unique, as is every person; therefore, the method must be adapted to the individual client. Jung stated that a therapist must treat clients in accordance with their unique and unpredictable individuality. He described the work as a dialectic procedure requiring an unbiased attitude on the part of the therapist who is a fellow participant in the therapeutic discourse.
I work with adults, individually and as couples.
My main areas of specialization are cultural adjustment, relationship problems, psychosomatic disorders, depression, burn out, anxiety and child education.