Gestalt therapy

Gestalt therapy takes into account all aspects of the human being: the body, the thoughts (mind), the handling of emotions and social relationships. This therapy enables deeper self-knowledge and helps to bring into consciousness what is experienced and felt here and now in connection with the past.

Gestalt therapy

Gestalt therapy is an integrative approach, which means that it has brought together different schools of thought and therapeutic methods, including Gestalt psychology, psychoanalytic research, phenomenology and existential philosophy.

The German word "Gestalt" means "shape" in the sense of "taking form", "organising", "building up".

This psychotherapy is an analysis of the process of self and world presence and paves the way for the formation of flexible and adapted forms and for creative responsibility.

She is interested in how this interaction takes shape and tries to bring movement into a rigid, repetitive form.

A Gestalt therapy session lasts one and a half hours. The interval between two sessions is two to a maximum of three weeks.

Sequence of sessions in Gestalt therapy:

The sessions last one and a half hours. We work together on your inner conflict. The sessions can take place via video conference or in my practice.

How does a 1:1 session work?

Cell biologist Dr Bruce Lipton said: "I am free to change how I respond to the world. So if I change the way I see the world, I change my genetic expression. We are not victims of our genes, we are masters of our genes''.

Couples therapy

Couples therapy does not follow any particular protocol or procedure, but is the result of my encounter with you as a couple.

During the session, each person can express their conflict, whether it is in relation to their partner or their relationship as a couple.

The result is processed in the therapeutic context.

The session lasts one and a half hours.

The various topics that can be discussed in the meetings:

  • The position of women in the partnership
  • The position of the man in the partnership
  • The position of the couple, in terms of, e.g. family, money, values, leisure time
  • The arrival of a child
  • External events that can destabilise the couple e.g. redundancy, unemployment, moving house, death, violence, addiction, loss
  • The place of sexuality in the couple

In the partnership, all the unprocessed hurts from childhood resurface. Various repeating cross-generational patterns also play a role.

Personal advice

For young people under 26, you get a reduced rate.
Do not hesitate to tell me your request in the subject line of the email. I will reply to you within 24 to 48 hours.

If you wish to cancel a session, you must do so 48 hours in advance, otherwise your session will be charged. Thank you for your understanding.

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