Existential Psychotherapy

I practice an Existential approach to psychotherapy, based on Jean Paul Sartre´s philosophy, in which the ideas of free will and personal responsibility are central. I support clients in developing self-consciousness and self-reflective practices, challenging destructive patterns in order to achieve psychological balance, self confidence and autonomy. This approach emphasizes on exploring and understanding their self-image and the choices that lie before them in the present.

The practice of existential psychotherapy is a form of therapy which responds to an inner curiosity to find out who we really are and how we really want to live. The emphasis is on a person’s existence and their experience. The therapist assists the client to be active and predominate in the therapeutic process.

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