Psychotherapy, Sydney CBD and Hills District
Mobile 0405 235 798
Coronavirus turned the world upside down. It rocked our worlds. It washed away the predictability and security we took for granted. And just when we need people the most, "social distancing" forces us to deal with this crisis in isolation, with limited or no access to family, friends, and colleagues. Psychotherapy, as a non medical practice, aims to address the difficulties people have with living life. For many, there has never been a bigger challenge than COVID-19.
Short, medium and long term counselling and psychotherapy for adolescents and adult individuals.
Self Psychology, Somatic Psychotherapy
Psychotherapy is a non medical practice which aims to address difficulties people have with living life.
Depression, anxiety, panic attacks, compulsive actions, aggression, traumatic experiences, issues with eating, undiagnosable body aches and pains, loss of energy, grief and loss, abuse, sexual difficulties, or relationship issues are examples for such difficulties.
Together we will explore the question "what happened to you?", instead of "what is wrong with you?".
I am required to undergo regular clinical supervision, and participate in ongoing training as well as professional education.
Also, in the particular field of psychotherapy that I am working in, it is a requirement for the therapist to be in his/her own personal therapy.
Due to my background in the police service (Germany) and the IT industry (Australia) I am familiar with the difficulties and pressures of both "front line" jobs and commercial environments.
In recent years I have been predominantly working with survivors of traumatic experiences, people who carry a diagnosis of PTSD.
Flexible times and locations, please call
Initial Consultation: $150
Ongoing Therapy: $150
(limited reduced fee appointments are available for people experiencing financial difficulties)
Cash or bank transfer.
I am a trauma-informed practitioner who provides holistic/comprehensive support in times of crisis.
COVID-19 has upset and changed the word we live in, and it has upset and changed us in the process. This upset cannot be sufficiently captured via the diagnostics manuals of psychiatry or mainstream psychology, and we cannot just think ourselves out of this crisis, or "get over it". Instead, it is my conviction that an emotionally-aware approach is required. That's what I am offering.