Our Here & Now

Our first meeting is an intake session. Although we will be highlighting the matters that brought you into therapy, I will also need to go over some biographical data in order to establish the framework we are facing. To speed up this exchange of information phase I need you to send me the intake form by email in advance.

From there, the experiential nature of the therapy I practice will lead us both, client and therapist, to be involved in co-creating an aware process of change in every meeting. I am not a neutral observer but a creative participant, next to you. So I get touched and something changes in me too. It can be just a little personal "aha" moment in a session or a life-changing insight… and anything in-between.

Anxiety, depression, fears, difficulties of communication, relationship and life crisis, grief, vocational disorientation or the unbalance in your sleeping and eating habits are some of the...

The goal of couples counseling is for the couple to ‘meet’, i.e., that they can activate their personal resources to allow their needs to be shown to the other party in a responsible and honest...

Life happens 'in relationship’. We interact with the environment that surrounds us, from air to people, and it is this interaction that leads us to be who we are. For this reason, group therapy...

Although I believe the best way to ‘meet’ each other in a therapy or counseling session is face-to-face, this is not always possible. 

Technology can contribute to an evolution in how...