The doctor's art is to keep the patients happy until nature has healed them.
Every person has the ability to heal
their ailments causally. As a physician, I see my task as aiding people who consult me to become aware of this ability, and using my knowledge and experience to support them in their individual healing process in the best possible way.
I accompany people
with diseases of the entire psychiatric field. These include, in particular, patients who are treated primarily with psychotherapy. In addition, I prescribe psychotropic drugs, phytotherapeutics and dietary supplements if necessary.
My psychotherapeutic orientation
is analytical respectively depth psychological according to C.G. Young. I am also trained in body psychotherapy according to Wilhelm Reich, Alexander Lowen and Jack Painter. I am also familiar with gestalt therapy and behavioral therapy approaches as well as techniques of neurolinguistic programming.
My understanding of my role as a psychotherapist
is illustrated by the following statement by C.G. Jung:
As you will have noticed, I initially presented the dialectical process as the latest phase in the development of psychotherapy. I must now correct myself here and put this procedure in its proper place: it is not a mere development of earlier theories and practices, but rather a complete abandonment of those in favour of an attitude that is as unprejudiced as possible. In other words: The therapist is no longer the acting subject, but a co-experiencer of an individual development process.