I am a
Psychotherapist in Training under Supervision. I have a broad multi-cultural working experience with
Expats in the fields of psychology,
psychotherapy, and life coaching. My approach
psychotherapy and coaching is psychodynamic or psychoanalytic oriented. If you are looking to consult with an English speaking psychotherapist in Vienna, you can
schedule a free consultation to see if working together could be a good fit.
Degrees and Trainings
Millions of people suffer from psychological difficulties and challenges. The amount of affected people has increased constantly in the past years. But while physically diseased people are looking for help without any social barrier, a lot of people are trying to solve their psychological problems on their own or, even worse, they are trying to hide and downplay them. But repression is not a solution. As an English speaking psychotherapist, I am happy to accompany you with my knowledge and experience. My goal is to strengthen your self-confidence and to support you on your way to find a healthy inner balance.
If you considermy support as an English speaking psychotherapist in Vienna, you are being offered different possibilities regarding therapy. One option could be an individual therapy. This could be the right way for example when it’s too difficult to open yourself to others, especially to a group. Another option would be to decide for a group therapy which will be led by me as an English speaking psychotherapist. In a small group which forms a social microcosmos, participants support each other towards greater self-awareness and a realization that you are not alone.
It is important that psychological problems get a professional help in time to prevent them from growing bigger and affecting your entire life. A lot of people who decide to contact me as an English speaking psychotherapist are not sure, whether I can really help them. I am aware of this. This is why I offer the first appointment free of charge: This will enable both of us to see firsthand whether working together could be a good idea.
"do you remember who you were before the world told you who you should be?"
Watch this short video from the American Psychoanalytic Association ( APSA) on psychoanalytic psychotherapy.