I am a clinical psychologist and a psychotherapist. For the past 20 years I have been practicing psychotherapy in my own private practice.
For me psychotherapy is where the place we connect to each other in order to make the connection with ourselves possible. Over the years I have seen, felt and understood that people need to be seen, heard and understood just as they are.
I have been through various forms of psychotherapy and I have understood that there is an iceberg: the symptoms we have on the surface (anxiety, depression, indecision, insecurity, insomnia, stress) very often have a deeper emotional root, which represents an intrapsychic conflict, a development trauma. There are many methods and books that help us control the symptom, which is very useful for a while. Addressing the unseen part of the iceberg (development trauma) is what gives us the freedom to be ourselves, power over our own life and the vital drive.