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Individual Therapy and Coaching​

Creative solutions for individual challenges

Going beyond well known methods, I provide you with tools with which we can tackle your personal challenges. This could be, for example, gaining more self-confidence through the method of gradual exposure from behavioral therapy. Or the Fear setting process from Tim Ferris to manage fears and worries.

Or even exercises from top therapists in private practice in the U.S., such as “The tools” by Phil Stutz and Barry Michaels.
Up to the application of proven life tips of the Stoics or spiritual masters.
From my personal experience, there are dozens of techniques and tools that can help you solve problems and gain more joy in life.

Feeding your demons - Buddhist inspired psychotherapy

Feeding Your Demons is a Buddhist practice developed by Tibetan nun and Lama Tsultrim Allione. The practice involves visualizing and working with inner demons or negative emotions rather than suppressing or fighting them. By embodying and integrating these demons, they can be transformed and bring forth positive qualities such as compassion and wisdom. The practice of Feeding Your Demons is often used in psychotherapy and personal development and has proven to be an effective method for overcoming inner conflicts and emotional blocks.


In hypnotherapy, the client is placed in a deeply relaxed, trance-like state to help them uncover and change negative behavior patterns and beliefs. The deepened relaxation allows deep-rooted emotions and memories to be addressed in order to reprogram the subconscious mind. Hypnosis is often used to treat anxiety disorders, depression, addictions and other mental health problems. In addition, hypnosis is also used for personality development. By changing negative beliefs and behavior patterns, people can unlock their full potential and boost their self-confidence. Clients can learn to focus on their goals and increase their mental strength. Hypnosis can thus be used as an effective method for self-improvement and personal development.


EMDR stands for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing and is a therapy method that can help in the processing of traumatic experiences and stressful experiences. EMDR has been successfully used in a variety of clinical trials to reduce symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). In addition, EMDR has also been used in the treatment of anxiety disorders, depression, addictive disorders, and other mental illnesses. The method has also proven effective in managing stress, pain, sleep disorders, and other physical ailments. Francis Shapiro developed EMDR in the 1980s, and since then numerous studies have demonstrated the effectiveness of this therapeutic method. 

The method uses the brain’s natural ability to process and come to terms with traumatic events. The therapist will help you focus your attention on specific eye movements or sounds while talking about the traumatic experience. This stimulates the brain to process and integrate the trauma in a new way, which can lead to a reduction in emotional distress.

EMDR can also be used for personal development, as it can help with processing negative beliefs and self-limiting beliefs. By working on these issues, you can boost your self-esteem and build a more positive self-image.

Autogenic training

Autogenic training is a relaxation technique in which you learn to relax your body through concentrated imagination. You repeat certain formulas such as “My arm is heavy” or “My breath is calm and even” to bring your body and mind into a deep state of relaxation. At the end of the exercise, you can also anchor your own positive suggestions, goals or affirmations, which can help you to cope better with stress in everyday life or to increase your performance. Autogenic training is an effective method for stress reduction and self-regulation, which is also supported by science.


Meditation is a practice that can help calm the mind, reduce stress, and improve overall well-being. For beginners, simple techniques such as focusing on the breath, bodyscan, or metta meditation are recommended.

In breath meditation, one focuses on the breath to calm the mind and let go of distracting thoughts. One can either focus on breathing in and out or on the feeling of the breath in the nose or in the belly.

In bodyscanning, one draws attention to different parts of the body to become aware of how the body feels. This technique can help release tension and improve body awareness.

Metta meditation is a form of loving kindness meditation in which one develops positive thoughts and feelings for oneself and others. This technique can help cultivate compassion and positive emotions.

Meditation is suitable for anyone who is willing to practice regularly and enjoy the benefits of the practice. It can help calm the mind, reduce stress, improve concentration, and increase overall well-being.

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