img-images-automn-land-art-june-jo-jodie-15084I practice Psychotherapy according to basic principles of Analytical psychology where I add different elements if they are called for (especially with work connected to traumatic experiences).

Key difference between Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy is that Psychotherapy can be more goal oriented and has some educative elements. To find out what is best for any given situation a first introductory session is needed. For both methods the motivation for change and certain level of dedication is needed. Lack of time for oneself and absence of motivation can be in itself symptomatic!

I can help you with:

– facing stressful and traumatic circumbstances;
coming to terms with developmental trauma (abandonment, isolation or just unclear feelings regarding these themes);
shock trauma, cumulative trauma, secondary trauma and transgenerational trauma;
–  developing trust in relationships (learning safe attachment);
–  unclear feelings regarding fear or stress;
–  unclear or low self-esteem and self-image;
–  narcissistic inclinations or disorder;
– feelings of emptyness and meaningless;
–  obsessive compulsive disorder;
– burnout (psychological support to your pyhsical process);
– understanding your conscious and unconscious motivations;
–  dream analysis and understanding other symbolic languages;
–  psychosomatic problems (also unclear feelings in the body);
–  developing mindfulness (techniques and understanding);
–  finding your identity (emotionally, psychologically, gender-related);
– understanding your typology (according to Jung);
–  understanding and accepting yourself;
–  deeper personality changes and looking for better quality of life experience.

How does psychotherapy work?
Introductory session
Firs talk is time for presenting your theme of interest or your problem, for understanding the process of psychotherapetic work and for introducing my way of working. The session is not binding.

Continuation and duration of therapy
If you decide to enter working process we create goals and understandings for further work. Psychotherapeutic sessions are weekly, based on safe and trustful therapeutic alliance. Continuity of meetings provides good therapy environment, creates feeling of safety and enables progress. The lenght of therapy is adjusted to the needs of individual. For deeper and better results longer lasting therapy is recommended. Therapy should however not last longer then needed, as all stages are equally important – starting, working and concluding.

For contact please use tina.turka@gmail.com