Systemic Therapy strengthens your inherent capabilities and expertise. You will learn to give up bad habits and improve your communication skills. You will break through internal blocks caused by past experiences as well as things happening in the present. At the beginning of our work together we will discuss your specific needs and expectations.
Systemic Psychotherapy focuses mainly on finding solutions to, rather than reasons for, a problem. Often a new point of view is enough to solve a problem, no matter how difficult it may seem.
Resources are external (family, friends, colleagues, environment, etc) and internal (your own assets and abilities) strengths, which we possess in order to master the challenges in our everyday life. Within the Systemic Therapy these individual resources will be identified and activated.
In comparison to other therapy methods, Systemic Therapy is short-term. The type, extent and duration are determined individually and can differ from client to client, depending on their goals and desires.
LIFE IS NOT WHAT IT‘S SUPPOSED TO BE. IT‘S WHAT IT IS. THE WAY YOU COPE WITH IT IS WHAT MAKES THE DIFFERENCE. (VIRGINIA SATIR)
Systemic Psychotherapy is suitable for people who need help with all kinds of personal and social challenges and problems.
In our meetings we will work towards developing solutions for your particular situation by applying the specific methods used in Systemic Psychotherapy. Systemic English speaking therapy and counseling helps you to identify and activate the strengths and abilities you may not have even known you had, and additionally, to develop new ways of dealing with problems and difficulties. These solutions, developed during your therapy, can then be directly applied in your daily life.
In 2008 Systemic Therapy was officially recognized by the Academic Advisory Board of Psychotherapists as an established psychotherapy treatment. By choosing Systemic Psychotherapy you are guaranteed to receive a reputable and scientifically recognized psychotherapy, certified by the “German Association for Systemic Therapy, Counseling, and Family Therapy“ (DGSF) or “Systemic Society“ (SG).