Depression, Mood disorders, Trauma/PTSD, Resiliency issues & low self-esteem, Sleep issues, Insomnia, Stress & Burnout, Grief, Life transitions, Relationships’ issues, OCD, Panic disorder, Addictions and substance use disorders
I am a Clinical Psychologist and Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist certified in clinical practice. I have worked in both the private sector and hospital environments, providing mental health care treatments for adolescents and adults with various mental health challenges.
My clinical experience includes treating individuals with depressive and anxiety disorders (e.g. various fears, phobias, panic attacks, GAD, OCD), acute stressful situations, emotional and psychological support in critical situations, grief, PTSD, stress-related problems, stress-based insomnia, relationship problems, and chronic pain.
What I enjoy most about my work as a therapist is witnessing people with different mental health challenges finding ways to successfully overcome them. It is most rewarding to be part of the process of helping patients find the resources and strength to improve their lives, and witness them becoming stronger, wiser, happier, and more resilient people.
I am motivated by my love for people and my curiosity on how our brain works. I find it fascinating how different we all are and enjoy finding a tailored and personalised approach for each person I work with. My goal is to help each individual find their individual way using my knowledge about the brain and mind.
My style of working with people with mental health problems is primarily Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, with elements of neuroscience. I believe it is the most effective type of therapy for a wide range of mental problems and fits with my structured and rational personality. However, I also adapt to the patient’s needs and can use a more abstract and creative approach if required. Ultimately, my approach is patient-centered, and I aim to give the right information suitable for their situation and way of thinking.