Therapy is about healing the past. Coaching is about creating the future!
In my sessions, I advise people on a variety of topics. Thanks to my studies in psychology and my further education in other subject areas, I offer you support in the form of one-to-one conversations, visualizations, nutrition, yoga and breathing exercises. Psychological counselling is – in contrast to psychotherapy – suitable for mentally healthy people and promotes the mental competence and the mental and physical well-being. These include, among other things, skills as well as the development of new patterns of feeling, thinking and acting. Our sessions are a wonderful way to develop mindfulness for oneself, to release blockages and thereby to exploit your own full potential.
Whereas licensed therapists focus on identifying how your past affects your current feelings and behaviors, coaches focus on modifying your current behaviors so you can reach your future goals of health and happiness.
It’s about allowing more of YOU into your life – your emotions and experiences, your natural strengths, what you value and the thoughts you are thinking about yourself and your life – for the purpose of helping you create what you want.
I work with people who are clinically healthy and want to improve their mental well-being, remove blockages, develop a healthier way of dealing with stress or nutrition, or work on topics that occupy them all.
Furthermore, I offer additional support to people with clinically diagnosed mental illness who are undergoing psychotherapeutic treatment after consulting with the attending physician (e.g. eating disorders, depression, allergies or food intolerances). I see my work as an important and effective complement to the therapy, with which I can enable patients to heal holistically and, above all, in the long-term.
Gentle reminder: a therapist/coach doesn’t “heal” you. A therapist shares tools and knowledge, while providing empathy and holding space so that you can heal yourself.