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How I work

In therapy, one of the most important predictive factors for a positive outcome is the therapeutic relationship. For that to happen, one particular thing needs to fit and that’s you and I.


What defines me as a therapist is my deep curiosity, empathy, and my ability to create a secure space where connection, healing, and self-discovery can be made possible. 


My strength lies in my ability to see the big picture, reunite and reconcile seemingly disparate parts of yourself and your story into a cohesive narrative.

My focus is to meet you where you're at and to accompany you throughout your entire process of self-discovery, with respect for your own internal rythm and capacity to engage.


I specialise in one on one sessions that are specifically tailored to your own needs and your unique psychological and emotional map.


My areas of specialization include:

  • Depression, anxiety and panic 

  • Burnout syndrome, feelings of emptiness, loneliness

  • Low self-esteem and identity crisis

  • Loss of meaning and purpose, life transitions

  • Personal development and exploration, individuation

  • Trauma 

  • Addiction

My approach

The method that I use is a mix between a practical approach to modern psychotherapy and the complex, soulful and spiritual tradition of Jungian psychology.


While the job of psychotherapy is to relieve symptoms of mental and emotional suffering, it can, at the same time, serve as a stimulus for personal growth and development. In this sense, my job as a psychotherapist is to help you address your own challenges and develop particular skills in order to navigate the unique landscape of your life.

Many parts of ourselves lie submerged in the unconscious, thus keeping us fragmented and mistakenly believing that we stand at the mercy of fate. In this regard, I want to help you bring to awareness more of who you already are because through an enlarged sense of who we truly are, we gain freedom, hope and begin to trust our capacity for wholeness and life itself.

In order to bring these silent parts of yourself to the surface where they can be looked at and integrated, we will be engaging in a dialog with the unconscious through dream work, active imagination, myths, stories and all sorts of creative acts.

My Approach
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