Having a background in clinical neuropsychology, I am interested in how what is happening in the brain influences thoughts, feelings, and behavior – and vice versa.
One of the biggest insights I have had from working with people with brain damage as well as their caregivers, is not only how disruptive brain damage can be but how challenging it is for people to adjust to a new reality. When life throws lemons at you, you’re supposed to make lemonade. But sometimes it’s just too much – so much, you don’t even remember how to make lemonade. Whether this feeling is caused by something like brain damage or simply life in general – I am here to help. Life has a way of challenging you around every corner. Some days it’s easy to tackle – and some days it’s not. Enduring the kind of discomfort that comes with the challenging times is a skill that needs to be learnt. That’s why, in my work, I encourage clients to explore what it’s like to endure the discomfort in a safe space so that it doesn’t disrupt their lives and their mental health. I believe in lifelong learning so I am continuously striving to continue my education. Using elements of various approaches (mindfulness, Acceptance & Commitment therapy, Schema therapy) allows me to tailor our work together based on your needs and preferences. I apply a collaborative approach because it’s not about me telling you what to do – it’s your story. I strive to create a therapeutic relationship based on tolerance, openness, and honesty to not only encourage short term relief but promote long-term wellbeing.
Wednesdays, 9:00 – 19:00h
Thursdays, 9:00 – 19:00h
80€ - 60 min session
Students – 65€ per 60-min session (proof of enrollment required)
How to reach me
Please contact AntiLoneliness for additional information on having sessions with me.