Individual therapy

In individual therapy, your actions, thoughts and feelings – as well as your experience of yourself – are the starting point. You will here experience to be met and taken seriously just the way you are, and I will meet you in the ongoing now with my knowledge, my experience and not least my humanness.

Feedback from previous clients

You are the only person in the world who have a felt experience of how it is to be exactly you. And during your life, you have worked out your unique way of being a person and of dealing with the challenges of life. Everyone needs a unique approach in order to get the optimum growth conditions, and thus I am respectful, curious and open – also to use myself actively in the exploration which we are carrying out together.

You will learn about yourself not only as sheer information but also as a deeply felt and meaningful knowledge which will help you solving the problems which brought you to therapy in the first place.

Here are some of the themes where I have been of help to my clients in individual therapy:

  • Feelings of loneliness, sadness, anxiety, worries or depression
  • Difficulties getting or maintaining an intimate relationship
  • Problems with family or friends
  • Unfinished business concerning events in the past
  • Continuous feelings of being not good enough or at fault
  • Trouble taking care of your own needs and wants, difficulties saying no
  • Dealing with losses

In this video I explain briefly how I work and how you can achieve lasting changes through psychotherapy:

My objective is to make myself as a psychotherapist redundant, so that you are able to deal with and solve the present and future problems of life satisfactorily on your own.

The duration of the therapy depends on several factors, for example whether you want assistance with a specific issue or you want to make progress with your personal development in a broader sense. Therefore the duration can vary from just a few sessions to a longer process, totally dependent on your needs and preferences.

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