Individual therapy for adults

When it comes to adults, the nature of the patient’s problems is varied. These include:

  • Depression
  • Grief
  • Professional Stress/ Exhaustion/ Conflicts
  • Job Loss
  • Cultural Diversity/ Conflict/ Immigration
  • Chronic diseases, Cancer, HIV
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder [PTSD]
  • Marital/ Family Relationship issues
  • Divorce/ Separation
  • Dependency issues
  • Anxiety, Panic, Phobia, Insomnia
  • Personality/ Mood Disorders
  • Alcoholism/ Drug Abuse/ Dependency
  • Abuse [Mental, Sexual…]
  • Victims of Violence/ Aggression/ Abuse

« All grown-ups were once children, but few of them remember it » Antoine de St-Exupéry

 

This quote echoes a personal duty of memory, to never forget that we adults are all evolving in the footsteps of our childhood.

 

On this path of life and human evolution, each one of us may, at a certain moment, feel the need to turn to an attentive and therapeutic ear to deliver his fears, his doubts, his anxieties…

 

 

This approach, which is entirely voluntary and personal, can be driven by a deep malaise related to the experience of each one. It can also be proposed on medical advice in case of a diagnosis of anxiety disorders, depression, burnout or other…

 

The analytical work consists of creating a space for dialogue, where the patient’s story can be accepted and recognized. It also aims to bring relief to his suffering so he can, once again, become master of his own life, his desires, and his decisions.

 

The psychotherapeutic approach begins with an evaluation phase that will allow the adult to clarify his requests and to define his own therapeutic goals.

 

It is starting from this moment that the analytical work can begin.

 

It is the wounded child, sometimes traumatized, buried in the adult who is mainly the subject of all the attentions and explorations, so he can find in himself fulfillment, calm and serenity, .