People are not isolated islands. We exist in relationships and we often define ourselves through our relationships. The relationships seem to be very important as they have power to make us feel strong, brave, loving and lovable as well as drained, stressed.
Experiences we go through seem to be inevitably connected with people that surround us. We experience stress in relation to somebody – a colleague from work, manager, spouse, child as stress does not exist without a context. Other human conditions like pain, grief, abandonment, love, a lack or presence of confidence, self-esteem inevitably emerge within our relationships. The model that we use (systemic approach) recognises that.
In our work on specific issue for instances:
• parenting issues,
• blocks in creativity,
• trauma and PTSD
We use the understanding of how our difficulties have developed through our lives within certain relationships. We can help you to make positive changes to your lives
We define change as willingness to do things differently, to look for new ideas. To change, we believe one needs to experiment and actively engage with these ideas over period of time. We also believe that to start with one needs to accept the current situation as it is.
In our work we formulate with the clients a “working hypothesis” of the context for the issues and then apply systemic approach in combination with other therapeutic tools
• EMDR (eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing)
• AIT (advanced integrative therapy)
• BSFT (brief solution focused therapy)
• NVR (non violent resistance)
In order to facilitate change and support you to move on in your desire direction.