top of page

My Approach

The backbone of my work is the systemic philosophy, which draws from many different sources like psychology, cybernetics, biology and sociology. Another significant influence on my work is Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy. Elements of Interpersonal Therapy (IPT), Somatic Therapy & attachment theory help give space to emotionally charged material and Cognitive Behavioural Techniques to integrate and anchor newly learned behaviour in everyday life.

Apart from this, so many valuable contributions have been made by almost every school of Therapy that they all have their spaces and moments.

Systemic Therapy 

Psychotherapy in systemic practice refers to the process that occurs when two "experts" meet, a person (or people) - a client who asks for help and a person - a therapist who offers the experience, knowledge and an organized framework of communication and psychotherapeutic relationship for the relief from human pain, for the search for answers to the dilemmas of everyday life, for the way out of the subjective impasses of life, for dealing with a personal crisis.

During the psychotherapeutic collaboration, the way in which a dysfunction has established itself in the client's personal life is evaluated and diagnosed. The therapist, participating directly in the therapeutic relationship, with her communication and other skills, becomes the occasion for a functional and productive disruption of the established patterns (patterns) that the client follows in their life and constitute the environment of production of impasses and causing pain.

During this meeting, dysfunctions are revealed, alternative life proposals are produced, dark exit paths are illuminated, and support systems are created.

Systemic psychotherapy can be carried out in various forms depending on the needs and requests:

  • individual systemic therapy,

  • systemic couples therapy,

  • systemic family therapy,

  • systemic group therapy.

Trauma Therapy

When we are faced with an extremely stressful experience, such as a natural disaster or a serious accident, all our energies are mobilized to overcome it. However, even an experience such as a difficult birth or the loss of a job can be experienced as traumatic. But, more generally, an environment in which love is absent, or rejection predominates is likely to work traumatically in the long run. If our efforts to overcome these experiences are not sufficient, then internal "rifts" are created. Experiences are indelibly recorded in our memory and cause "psychological traumas".


The branch of psychology that deals with the creation and consequences of psychological injuries is Trauma Therapy. Its genesis coincides with the world wars, the holocaust, the Vietnam war, and the man-made and natural disasters of the previous century.


Trauma Therapy includes all specialized therapeutic methods aimed at helping survivors of traumatic experiences.

bottom of page