Psychoanalyst and Psychotherapist in Berlin
Psychoanalysis assumes that many psychic problems arise from unresolved conflicts and unmanaged experiences from childhood and interfere with the experience of the adult. Inhibitions, fears and depression are often a sign of internal conflicts. The aim of this method of treatment is therefore to identify the unconscious causes and contexts underlying the complaints. In the psychoanalytic situation, these unconscious conflicts are tangible as a living present and allow an insight into the meaning of the symptoms. Until then, inaccessible memories can be sensitively experienced again and reflected to intense knowledge, which broadens the entire consciousness. The findings thus obtained are not only rational or intellectual, but are capable of effecting profound emotional changes that influence subjective perception and promote personal development.