The problems and topics that are usually presented in a psychotherapeutic practice are very different. Some are very individual and special, others employ practically everyone.
The information given below is for general information purposes only. Please do not try to diagnose any illnesses in yourself or others. This is a task that even experienced therapists find difficult. It is also possible to see everything from different angles and so experts are divided among themselves because of certain diagnoses and, above all, because of the conclusions to be drawn from them with regard to therapy and prognosis. If in doubt, please contact a doctor or psychotherapist of your choice.
- isolated phobias and/or anxiety in general, often mixed with depression
- anxiety and depression associated with pregnancy and childbirth
- Insecurity, low self-confidence and contact disorders
- problems with parenting
- Substance dependencies: Alcohol, illegal drugs, medications, etc.
- Other addictions and addictions: relationship addiction, sex addiction, gambling addiction
- Eating disorders: Bulimia, Anorexia, Binge-Eating and Obesity
- sexual abuse, emotional abuse and violent trauma
- Personality disorders, psychoses and schizophrenia, borderline