When you look like you've got it together, but feel like you're falling apart, come see me.
I am a Jungian Analyst in training at ISAPZurich. If we have to put a counseling label on what I do, it would be a depth psychological approach to suffering, which means that we explore not only your conscious processes, but also your unconscious processes. If you want to more about that then you should read my blogs. This really gives you the best idea of who I am and how I work.
In my counseling practice, I have worked with people from all walks of life, suffering from many different forms of psychic illnesses, including anxiety, depression, and personality disorders, as well as with people who were in the grips of acute psychosis. I have seen people rise out of catatonic states of depression; recollect the precious energy lost to anxiety and personality disorders; and even return from states of acute psychosis.
Even if you are simply looking for meaning or a new direction in life, then you have come to the right place for help. Let's explore the possibilities together.
The Space at Psychological Club in Zürich
My counseling philosophyIt's not about advice - it's about a deeper understanding of your true being
open-mindedness and receptivity
In my counseling practice there is virtually nothing that I haven't seen or heard before. And if you have something beyond even that, bring it to me: the good, the bad, the ugly, and even the horrifying. Don't be afraid to bring your whole self into the room. I will never judge you. All I ask is the same of you. Stay open to whatever comes up during the analytical process.
Honest reflection on your part
During counseling sessions, sometimes we have to at look parts of ourselves that aren't very flattering, for example our shadow side. I try my best to be your compassionate, but objective witness. I can only point out what I see, and only you can decide if what I see is valid for you. This requires great effort on your part because you have to be willing to look at yourself from different perspectives.
I will meet you with my whole personality, my true being. I don't have a therapeutic persona, so to speak. Our work together is based on an authentic dialogue. I won't use any kind of theoretical approach on you. Together we'll discover what works for you. It's really an exploratory process of your depths. This means that when you are ready to leave the therapeutic counseling process, you will have the tools to do this work on your own.
sense of humor
Having a sense of humor is crucial to your healing process. Part of why we get ourselves into impossible situations is because we take both, ourselves and the world around us, far too seriously. We have to learn to laugh at ourselves and with each other. Even in our darkest moments, laughter is still the best medicine.