My experience in the field of psychotherapy and counselling was based in treating and supporting different kind of groups including refugees, migrants and asylum seekers, early adults with transitional and relational issues, as well as with persons who suffered from strong anxious, depressive and traumatic hardships. Through this journey I became deeply convinced that understanding our inner workings creates potential for significant changes in all aspects of our lives, helping us to see the world differently, developing and maintaining more satisfying relationships with oneself and others.
As a psychoanalytically-oriented therapist, I support individuals in overcoming different challenges relating to personal growth, relationships, life transitions, anxiety, depression, grief, loss and trauma. Through the psychotherapeutic process I aim to help people explore and understand unknown parts of their mind, which in the long run helps them deal with different kinds of internal and interpersonal conflicts.
In my psychological work I use a non-directive approach, where individuals have the complete freedom to express their fantasies, thoughts, emotions and dreams. The main goal of such a therapeutic process is to get acquainted with one's inner world, in order to understand how it affects every-day life and functioning.