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1. Instead of the rigid therapist-client perspective, I like to see myself as a traveling companion who develops the therapeutic relationship together with the client, accompanies the client on his journey and who himself searches for his own answers. I am no more or smarter than those who come to me. I am fascinated by human destinies and different life paths, which I listen to with sufficient empathy.

2. I think it is important to lead our lives consciously, to look at different external and internal states and our personal relationships with awareness. I consider self-awareness to be the key to development, which I think of as an integral part of life. I encourage those who come to me to embark on this journey so that they can develop their true potential by getting to know and understand themselves.


3. My policy is "here and now", which simply means that we share our raw and honest thoughts and feelings about what is happening in the moment. I strive for openness and transparency, and I entrust this to my clients as well.


4. I represent the integrative approach, which presupposes a common, general image of man in all therapeutic theories, a generally accepted view of the internal processes of the individual. On a technical level, this means the combination of several methods that can be applied to a specific psychological problem or task, and which are considered effective in the international and domestic literature. 

5. An existential perspective that focuses on concepts that are universally applicable to human existence, including death, freedom, responsibility, and the meaning of life, is part of my therapeutic thinking. Life's inevitable storms  I consider it to be a natural stage of human development, and in order to promote this development, I place great emphasis during therapy on the philosophical exploration of the individual's experiences, emphasizing the individual's freedom and responsibility so that the meaning and well-being of his life is of a higher degree. I think it's important to learn how to grow, heal and keep our balance in this swirling, changing and sometimes very painful world.

6. In addition to myself as a practical professional, because of my researcher self, the primary basis for me is the scientificity of my methods. On the other hand, I don't like to see science as a rigid, hard scientific framework and I believe in the power of intuitive thinking.


7. Finally, during my work, my goal is to create an accepting, calm atmosphere, 100% attention to the patient, and then understanding. I trust that everyone can achieve change and achieve their goals.

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