It’s ok for you not to know what to do or say
You are welcome in my therapy room with all your thoughts and feelings. Whether you are male or female or however you define yourself, you can cry, be angry, afraid, not know what to say and so on. No matter how embarrassing or senseless your thoughts or experiences may appear to you, you can talk about anything and will find, in me, a therapist who respects your unique personal experience. And if you can’t find the words, that is also ok. You can be quiet. You don’t always have to know what to say next. The point at which words run out is often the point at which something new emerges and that helps us move a step forward.
Gathering insights and creating solutions
Our first step needs to be getting an overview of the facts. I firmly believe in understanding problems before attempting to solve them. It was my intense training as a state approved behavioural therapist that gave me the basis to understand and diagnose a full range of mental health problems. But many teachers have helped me know how to creatively support people as they find solutions to focus on achieving greater well-being, more meaning and better relationships.
To my work I bring the buoyant optimism that it is possible for good things to result out of bad things. Crises can lead to opportunities for growth and healing that would not have been possible without the challenges. While fully acknowledging the difficulties that are there now, we can keep a look out together for the hopeful signs ahead.
I have chosen to surround myself with colleagues who inspire me. Together with Richard Scott and Irena Morgan, we are a small team of therapists working in the same practice and I am a part of a larger network of colleagues in various practices throughout Munich.
It is a pleasure to offer my help to you. Please just get in touch if you have any questions.