Native English-Speaking Therapy in Zürich
When you’re grappling with confusion, feeling stuck, lost, or uncertain if things can get better finding a therapist you trust and feel comfortable speaking to is of the utmost importance.
I do my best to provide a warm and welcoming space defined by openness and neutrality for all of my clients. That’s because it’s in this environment that real transformation is catalyzed.
My primary aim as a therapist is to help you feel better as swiftly as possible. Together, we’ll work to uncover insights and begin implementing tools that will assist you in moving beyond your difficulties.
Often, I’ll integrate hypnotherapy into our counseling work. Hypnotherapy is a gentle, but powerful tool to accelerate progress that has the potential to help people move beyond stuck tendencies and habits.
The road to feeling better and creating lasting change is unique for each person.
However, there’s one constant throughout all my therapy that’s absolutely indispensable: a sincere and empathetic connection.
Uncertain if I’m the right therapist for you?
Set up a free 30-minute initial consultation to see if working with me feels right.
Or visit my philosophy, approach, and bio page to learn the specifics of how I work.
Counseling can potentially help you:
Move forward with clarity about your goals
Ground your ideas in action
Feel calmer and less stressed about the future
Learn strategies for stress management
Understand your emotional reactions better and gain control over them
Learn to assert yourself in a healthy way by saying “no” when you need to
Learn how to identify and bypass your own self-sabotage
And much more as I get to know you and your individual way of interacting with the world.
I’ve worked with adults managing:
executive functioning problems
expatriate transition issues
narcissistic injuries and behaviors
ADD and ADHD
Set up a free 30-minute initial consultation today.
***If you are in a crisis or any other person may be in danger please call 117 in Switzerland, 911 in the US, or connect with your country’s local mental health authority for assistance.***