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“The nature of life is a continuing process of finding the courage to live in fulness.

To learn to live in confrontation with the terrible realities of the world and remain unshrinking, undulled, with an open heart is an essential issue in learning to increase one’s sensitivity.” – James Kepner


Psychotherapy consists of an in-depth psychotherapeutic process, with the aim of exploring the internal mechanisms of behaviour (with perceived symptoms) of emotional experience and behavior. In the therapeutic process, we discover vast fields of our inner mental world that were not so accessible to us in individual research. We touch the blind spots of our unconscious mechanisms and become aware of the impact of our experience and behavior on our life, relationships, achieving goals, response to stress, etc.  

Meetings last 60 minutes and are regular (weekly).

Why psychotherapy? 

Each individual independently decides on the psychotherapeutic process and thus also shows a certain motivation for the changes in his life that he wants. This is an important first step for further research. There are as many reasons for making a decision as there are people in this world. Some come because certain problems they have detected have started to have a strong impact on his psychological balance (symptoms such as insomnia, emotional imbalance, fluctuating mood, loss of interest, lack of will appear, etc.) Still others decide that they want to get to know themselves better and their emotional world, experiencing the world and their reactions to it.    

Some of the reasons why individuals, couples or families choose psychotherapy:


  • Problems in the partnership: "Feeling that we have drifted apart, problems with sex, constantly fighting, different ideas about parenting, shared custody, etc.)

  • Coping with the symptoms of burnout: "I'm completely exhausted, I have trouble sleeping, I can't concentrate, I've become forgetful, I'm very irritable, and that's why we argue a lot at home. At home, they tell me that I they don't even recognize me, and I have to admit that I don't recognize myself either." )

  • Implementing changes in my life: "I want change, but I don't know how, where. My fears paralyze me and I constantly feel resistance to making the changes I know I have to make. I already know everything, but I don't know why nothing happens do not change. 

  • Grieving at loss (divorce, death, loss), support at life's turning points (moving, divorce) that affect an individual's emotional stability.

  • Depressive symptoms: "I sleep very poorly and as a result I'm very tired during the day, I can't find energy or motivation for anything, hobbies that used to make me happy have lost their meaning, I'm tearful and without will, I've already thought about it , that it would be better if I wasn't there."

  • Anxiety symptoms: "sometimes my heart starts beating so hard that I think something is very wrong. This often happens when I least want it (e.g. during a presentation at work, when I'm in the company of new people , etc.) I wake up a lot at night and can't get back to sleep. I feel like I'm constantly worried-a and I can't calm my mind at all. I'm physically very tense-a, it's hard to relax. It feels like I'm living-a in constant expectation that something bad will happen."

    If you would like to join the psychotherapy process, please contact me at: and we will arrange an introductory meeting.


Psychological counseling and psychoeducation

It can be a one-off or occasional individual meeting lasting up to 30 minutes. It is intended for psychological counseling and professional explanation (psychoeducation) of counseling reasons.
Meetings are held ONLINE. 

This type of counseling is less in-depth and not process-oriented. It serves more as an explanation of active psychic processes for the client's specific case. I help the client to understand certain psychic functions, the connection of psychic contents, and I advise him on further steps.  

Support groups 

They are process-oriented workshops that, through embodied techniques and somatic approaches, strengthen the psychological and physical dimension of functioning and, as a result, strengthen greater stability in the individual's daily functioning.

They are intended for:

  • Getting to know your own physical and movement vocabulary,

  • learning the coexistence of physicality and psychology (in theory and practice),

  • strengthening trust and understanding of bodily sensations, impulses and tendencies,

  • supports the establishment of a balance that connects the inner world with the outer world,

  • understanding of bodily function from the point of view of psychic contents and psychic contents within bodily responses, 

  • and above all, learning new methods that can serve us on a daily basis when searching for and strengthening contact with ourselves.

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Mary Oliver - Wild Geese

You do not have to be good.
You do not have to walk on your knees

for a hundred miles through the desert repenting.

You only have to let the soft animal of your body

love what it loves.

Tell me about despair, yours, and I will tell you mine.

Meanwhile the world goes on.

Meanwhile the sun and the clear pebbles of the rain

are moving across the landscapes,

over the prairies and the deep trees,

the mountains and the rivers.

Meanwhile the wild geese, high in the clean blue air,

are heading home again.

Whoever you are, no matter how lonely,

the world offers itself to your imagination,

calls to you like the wild geese, harsh and exciting -

over and over announcing your place

in the family of things.

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