Psychotherapy: Individuals, couples and families

Individual sessions last between 50 minutes and 1 hour. They are not systematically scheduled every week. As a practitioner of solution-oriented approaches, the support package ranges from 1 to around 20 sessions.
Brief therapy does not mean that it is light or fast, but rather that it is focused on a desired result aimed at efficiency. Once the desired change has been achieved, the therapy is considered successful. Individuals are also invited to participate actively in the therapy, by taking concerted action between sessions to achieve the desired results. This is the key to the success of this kind of therapy: active, communicative, caring and pragmatic.

Sessions for couples last 1 hour but the first session lasts 1 h 30.

Couples are invited to talk about their problems, clarifying the type of change they are seeking. As with individual therapy, partners may be mobilized to take action between sessions. They may also attend  individually during this process to help them better understand each other.

– Family sessions are conducted in the same way as couple sessions.

Coaching: professional and life project

Coaching sessions last between 50 min and 1 hour and are designed to support changes that do not involve psychological support. It is suitable for both professional and personal life transitions, choices to be made and strategies to be developed. An average of 6 sessions is required.

Therapeutic hypnosis

Hypnosis is an approach aimed at reprogramming obstructive emotional states, automatic/irrepressible behaviors and negative self-perceptions. It is not prescribed for all situations, nor is it a substitute for a conscious process of self-awareness. As such, hypnosis is not offered immediately or in each case. An initial meeting is necessary to determine whether it is the most appropriate mode for meeting someone’s needs.

Managing burn-out

Burn-out is a syndrome that requires specific support. Trained in how to deal with burn-out from detection to recovery, I offer ongoing support for as long as the person needs it in collaboration with a network with other health professionals.

LGBTQIA+ Inclusion

Everyone is welcome in my practice as it is a safe and inclusive place.