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Everyone is sometimes listless, scared, insecure or sad. There is nothing wrong with that, just understandable. For example, if you are (chronically) ill, have lost a loved person, raising children is more difficult than you had hoped or if you feel completely burned out. Hopefully you are already talking about your feelings to your partner, family members or friends, but it may not help enough. At such a time, professional counseling from a therapist can be valuable.
Therapy is therefore for everyone who wants to achieve personal growth and teaches you to support yourself and make choices again that are more in line with your needs and your environment.
When you choose (Gestalt) therapy, you will notice that I not only consider your problems myself, but put more emphasis on the way you experience them, what meaning they have in your life and how you deal with them.
I will mainly focus on what your senses perceive and what you experience physically. This often provides a more appropriate answer to life questions than your thoughts. Gestalt therapy is therefore an exciting process, which is sometimes painful and confrontational, but also humorous and liberating.
What is Gestalt Therapy?
We live in a rapidly changing world, in which it sometimes seems as if certainties disappear and relationships are more likely to come under pressure. Gestalt therapy fits in with this development: contact is just as important as oxygen and water. A person is inextricably linked to his family, work, friends and the rest of the world. When a contact is disturbed, psychological problems arise. This premise makes gestalt therapy different from most other psychotherapies: psychological problems are treated as a disturbance of contact rather than a disturbance of mental balance.
How does Gestalt therapy work?
A gestalt therapist emphasizes the way someone experiences problems, what meaning they have and how you deal with this. Perceptions with your body and senses provide a more suitable answer to life questions than thoughts. By concentrating on the ‘here and now’ you reconnect with your own experience and you learn to deal with problems in a creative way.