Psychotherapy

The intention of psychotherapy can generally be referred to as “healing of the soul”. Mental suffering can present itself in a variety of different ways and varies from person to person. It often emerges in the form of anxiety disorders, emotional issues, and physical issues such as exhaustion or permanent tension. In many cases it is even a combination of the aforementioned symptoms.

Psychotherapy is helpful in finding solutions for the following symptoms:

  • Anxiety Disorder
    E.g. Panic attacks and phobias (Being afraid of things such as animals, heights, flying, social situations, and diseases)
  • Depression
    E.g. Constant feeling of despondence or listlessness
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
    E.g. Compulsion to wash, compulsion to control
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
    E.g. Mental suffering after extreme experiences such as rape, accidents, war-experience, sexual or violent abuse
  • Psychosomatic Issues
    Varying physical symptoms without explained medical cause, likely attributed to a psychological issue, e.g. upset stomach, tinnitus
  • Chronic pain
    E.g. Long-lasting or re-occurring pain, examples include Migraines or back tension
  • Eating Disorders
    E.g. Anorexia, Bulimia, Binge-Eating, psychological problems due to obesity
  • Sexual Disorders
    E.g. Erectile dysfunction, vaginismus
  • Insomnia, Hypersomnia
    E.g. Inability to fall or stay asleep
  • Personality Disorder
    E.g. Borderline-Personality disorder