Our first meetings are part of the so-called intake phase. In this phase, while we will highlight the issues that brought you to therapy, we will also go over some biographical data to establish the framework in which we move. To speed up this exchange of information, I will share with you some initial forms and we will use other tools such as evaluation and follow-up questionnaires.
Having a clearer initial image, we can decide if the treatment plan that I can offer you suits your needs or if it would be advisable to go to another level of psychological care..
From there, the experiential nature of the therapy I practice will lead us both, patient 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.