Living consciously means that we have taken responsibility for life and how we want to live it. This is the path to greater freedom, to fullness within oneself and in relationships, but at the same time, it brings the need for deeper personal work, as we must free ourselves from the mental, emotional and physical patterns about who we are, about relationships and life that we have unconsciously accepted in the most vulnerable years.
As adults, we have the power to take responsibility for our inner experience and the ability to free ourselves from what hinders us from truly living.
For deeper and more lasting changes in the way we perceive ourselves, it is important to once again face the contents that we have repressed into the unconscious in the past.
Deep reprocessing psychotherapy of psychological trauma with the integration of Brainspotting is a directed, deep and safe body-oriented psychotherapy process that enables access, processing and liberation from unconscious repressed fears, limiting beliefs and healing of frozen emotional pain.
Through the process, you develop a deep and compassionate relationship with yourself and your inner experience. This is how you build a home within yourself, filled with feelings of security, balance and connection. As a result, you enter life and relationships with feelings of wholeness and fullness, rather than fear and endangerment.
When you provide your wound with a safe and respectful relationship so it can express itself and heal, you open up space to reconnect with an authentic part of yourself: this leads to a deep transformation and brings about a new perception of yourself and the world, opening up new possibilities for a fuller and freer life.
In my psychotherapy practice, I dedicate a safe, respectful and professional space to individuals who want to actively take responsibility for their well-being and begin the transformation of their inner experience for a fuller, freer and more creative life. I am honoured to be able to accompany and support you on your way to freedom from psychological trauma and to getting to know yourself in an entirely new way.