Psychotherapy can help eliminate or control troubling symptoms so a person can function better and can increase their well-being.
Psychotherapist in training under supervision is a professional title awarded after several years of theoretical training and extensive internships.
Psychotherapists in training under supervision may carry out psychotherapy independently and on their own responsibility, just like psychotherapists with completed training. Until the final completion of the training, regular supervision by so-called teaching psychotherapists is required in the sense of quality assurance. Since it is unfortunately not yet possible to settle accounts with health insurance funds in this status, I offer cheaper rates.
Systemic psychotherapy not only addresses people on an individual level, but as people dealing with interactions of groups, relationships and their interactional patterns and dynamics. The focus here is to identify stagnant patterns of behavior and work with these patterns to find a solution. Systemic therapy also concentrates on an individual's strengths and resources of an individuals are seen as "experts" in their own lives.
Who is it for?:
Individuals, couples, families, children and teenagers.
Individuals: Ordinarily, an individual therapy session is with the client and the therapist. Should the process or the client require a family member or a partner to join for one session, it is possible to invite them after prior consultation with the therapist.
Couples: You come to a therapy session together, which lasts 90 minutes.
Family(members): You all come to a session together, which lasts 90 minutes.