Grief & Loss Therapy
>> Death & Dying
>> Life Transitions
>> Issues Common in Adolescents
>> Issues Common in Teenagers
>> Stress and Anxiety
>> Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
>> Prescription Drugs
>> Other Substances
>> Pre-marriage and Marriage Counseling
>> Sexual Abuse Victims
>> Domestic Violence
>> Crisis Intervention
>> Human Trafficking Victims
>> Men's Issues
>> Crises of Faith
>> Phase of Life Problems
>> Self-harming Behaviors
People seek counseling for many different reasons. As a psychotherapist, I am experienced in helping people with a variety of personal issues. Additionally, providing counseling services in English meets a very specific need for military families, expatriates, or new arrivals to Germany seeking professional therapy in the Stuttgart region.
During your first appointment you will be invited into a comfortable, private room to discuss your personal goals in therapy. This initial session will provide time to discuss any concerns you may have about the counseling process, fees and frequency.
Though counseling can be used to discuss many concerns, these are some of the more common issues I have successfully helped clients explore and resolve:
As I provide counseling services to English speaking people in Stuttgart, I am fully aware that there are individuals who aren't able to physical come to one of my locations.
Modern technology is changing the way we communicate and connect with each other. I also offer counseling online to clients who live in countries where therapy in English is not readily available, or for clients who prefer the privacy of therapy from their own home.
While nothing can replace traditional face-to-face therapy, online counseling has made therapy accessible to everyone!
Email me for more information.
I operate on a policy of non-discrimination on grounds of age, race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, religion, or illness. Furthermore, I do not judge behavior, personal choices or past experiences.
“When we are no longer able to change a situation - we are challenged to change ourselves.” – Viktor Frankl