tm profilI do not have a traditional path to psychotherapy as I graduate as an engineer and MBA. However, I have always had a great interest in psychology and after a personal crisis, I became aware of Jungian analysis. Therefore, in 2012 I took a 2 year basic course and started in 2016 with the 5-year education as a jungian analyst. On the last part of the program you must have own clients and supervision of an experienced therapist.

Further information about the program can be found here:

The relationship between client and therapist is important for a successful course. Therefore, the first hour finish with an assessment in which we mutually decide whether to continue the therapy.

The therapy itself takes place one hour a week, preferable the same day and time, but can be adapted to your needs and opportunities.