Counseling

Native English Speaking Therapy in Zürich 

I view therapy as a way of learning more about the self. 

 Maybe you’re caught in a negative cycle that seems to never change. Or perhaps you’re adjusting to a life or career transition. The past could be triggering you in the present, leaving you feeling confused and out of control.

For all my clients I offer a safe, non-judgmental space in which to share and feel heard. Together we’ll explore behavioral patterns with the aim of helping you create meaningful internal shifts. Every client is unique, and I adapt accordingly to assist each individual in finding workable resolutions to their conflicts.

I offer all potential clients a free initial 30-minute session either online or in-person to see if we’re a good fit.

 

I’ve worked with adults managing:

depression

anxiety

executive functioning problems

marital discord

self-esteem issues

identity confusion

expatriate transition issues

culture shock 

sexuality issues 

narcissistic injuries and behaviors

psychological disorders

substance abuse

ADD and ADHD

 university stressors

job stress

and more…

 

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

How to assert yourself in a healthy way by saying “no” when you need to

Learning 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.

At present, I am located in Zürich at Lavaterstrasse 75, 8002. 

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Please note: counseling is not covered by insurance in Switzerland or online.

Please email me directly to discuss the potential for sliding scale fees.

***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 countries local mental health authority for assistance.***