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Work as a Systemic Individual, Couple and Family Therapist (GST)

  • SYSTEMIC WORKING MEANS WORKING AT EQUAL LEVEL. There is no consultant, coach or therapist who is the expert. The client is the expert for himself. My expertise consists of offering methods and hypotheses to change behavior and question thought patterns - which of these we pursue further is decided by my counterpart.
  • EVERY PROBLEM HAS A FUNCTION: Whether it's nervousness, dissatisfaction with your body or sexual reluctance - these are all very different symptoms and they all have their place. In the current (problematic) situation, they are a “creative solution” to deal with the situation. During our consultation, we look at what function the supposed “problem” has and develop new solution strategies. “Problems” invite us to change and set development processes in motion.
  • UNDERSTAND AND EXPERIENCE. Guessing where a problem is coming from is always helpful. However, for real change to occur, it needs to be implemented in everyday life. Especially because there is rarely a single “cause”: Why I always fail in relationships, why I often feel excluded at work or why I don’t manage to lose weight again, usually has several reasons. 



  • You don't feel valuable and you put other people's needs ahead of your own. (attachment problems)

  • You find it easier to say yes than to say no.

  • You define your worth by your appearance (body dysmorphia)

  • Food and/or exercise are an issue for you. (eating disorder, exercise addiction)

  • You feel overwhelmed, stressed and/or alienated from your work, relationship or role as a mother. (Burnout)

  • You are single, but feel lonely and/or have an unfulfilled desire to have children.

  • You have problems with your sexuality. Maybe you can't accept your fantasies - or you don't even know what your desires are or how to figure them out.


  • You have seemingly insoluble conflicts in your relationship.

  • You want to open up your relationship.

  • One partner has different sexual needs than the other.

  • You are undergoing fertility treatment as a couple or single and need support during this stressful time.

  • You struggle with work-life balance.

  • You have developed your gens over the yearsoriginal attraction lost.

  • One of the partners has a mental illness and you are looking for a constructive relationship together.

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