In my psychotherapy practice, I often use imagery.  Everyone has images of themselves, only oftentimes, these inner-pictures are hidden under layers of what clients think they “should” be.
Together with my clients I try to make unconscious patterns and hidden structures come to light.  I try to uncover blockages that evolve out of thoughts and develop into feelings and self-beliefs.  Here imagery also helps to make the unconscious transparent:  through the use of stones or paper, it is possible to make a current situation or conflict visible, and in so doing the problem becomes “graspable”.

My further education in Kathathymic Imaginative Psychotherapy (KIP) has deepened my understanding and access to inner-imagery.

So, if you are looking for ways to solve conflicts in your relationships, discover revelations into problems that continually reappear, create new professional directions for yourself, or simply understand your current life situation better, I would be happy to accompany you.  Empathy, years of professional experience, and more than 50 years of intensively lived life are what I bring to the therapy.