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Individual therapy

In my holistic therapy practice, the promotion of mental health and overall well-being takes center stage. Psychotherapy provides a space to develop a deeper understanding of your personal thought patterns, explore the origin and coping of your symptoms, and consciously recognize your own needs, values, and strengths.

As a holistic therapist with a focus on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), I firmly believe that automatic thought and behavior patterns are formed during early development and, to some extent, become automated. New or corrective experiences on cognitive, emotional, and behavioral levels allow for breaking these patterns. This, in turn, enables the gradual overcoming of harmful behaviors or challenging emotional states. CBT is about showing you ways to cope and making solutions tangible.


Therefore, practical exercises such as exposures, role-playing, and stress reduction techniques are often included alongside therapy sessions. These methods encourage you to experiment with changes in daily life and apply the acquired skills in your everyday routines

Psychiatric treatment

Psychiatric treatment is a medical approach to diagnosing, treating and caring for people with mental illness. This includes evaluating symptoms, determining psychiatric diagnoses, and developing an individualized treatment plan.

As a psychiatrist, I conduct interviews and diagnostic examinations to determine the causes of mental health problems. I also prescribe and administer drug therapies when deemed necessary. 

The goal of psychiatric treatment is to relieve symptoms, improve quality of life, and promote long-term stability for the patient. This can be achieved through both drug interventions and psychotherapeutic approaches, depending on the individual needs of the patient.

Overall, psychiatric treatment aims to promote mental health and support the patient on their path to recovery.


Coaching is a supportive process that aims to achieve individual goals and promote personal development. While psychotherapy is typically aimed at overcoming psychological problems and deeper emotional challenges, coaching focuses on improving quality of life, professional success, and achieving specific goals.

In a coaching setting, a psychotherapist can use therapeutic skills to promote the client's emotional intelligence and self-awareness. Proven psychotherapeutic techniques are used in a non-clinical, everyday-oriented way. The aim is to support the client in setting clearer goals, overcoming obstacles and developing effective strategies for achieving goals.

While psychotherapy is often aimed at long-term changes, coaching is often limited in time and aimed at specific goals. Overall, coaching can serve as a supplement to psychotherapy to promote personal and professional growth and to fully exploit individual potential.

Integration of psychedelic experiences

In my role as a coach for the integration of psychedelic experiences, I offer an active approach to making the most of the transformative power of these experiences. Integrating psychedelic experiences can be a wonderful way to gain deep insight and promote personal growth. At the same time, it can also help you cope with particularly challenging experiences and reduce harmful processes.

During our sessions I create a space in which you have the opportunity to express your experiences and explore their meaning in relation to your intention, your life story and your current life situation. Together we work to create meaning and connection to your life. This work can often initiate profound changes in your life and help you implement those changes.

As a trained psychotherapist, I bring a wide range of experiences and skills to our coaching sessions. These include not only understanding and working with internal states, but also creating healthy relationships and dealing with psychological problems. You can rely on me to accompany you sensitively and professionally on your path to integrating your psychedelic experiences.

  • I completed my studies in human medicine at the University Hospital “La Sapienza” in Rome in 2014.

  • I took my state examination in Rome in February 2015.

  • From 2015 to 2021 I completed my specialist training at the “Medius Kliniken” hospital in Kirchheim (Teck).

  • In 2020 I was a training assistant in the neurology and psychiatry practice in Böblingen.

  • Since June 2021, I have been a specialist in psychiatry and psychotherapy, specializing in cognitive behavioral therapy, ACT (acceptance and commitment-based therapy) and emotion-focused approaches as well as schema therapy approaches.

  • I worked as a specialist in psychiatry and psychotherapy at OVID clinics until December 2022.

My approach

In my therapeutic approach, I firmly believe that every person has a unique story with individual experiences and challenges. These stories are often characterized by past or present injuries and traumas that impact the nervous system, body and soul. Unexpressed and unprocessed patterns can ultimately become noticeable through psychological and physical symptoms during life crises. In addition, automated behavior and thought patterns affect interpersonal relationships and interactions in general.

My therapeutic approach is holistic and tailored to the individual needs of the person seeking my support. I work with different therapeutic approaches that cross different schools to accompany people through crises. Psychotherapy is often an exciting and sometimes painful process.

For me, psychotherapy means accompanying people through storms and at the same time promoting their growth, maturation and strengthening of their own resources. I firmly believe that every person has the right to satisfaction in life.

I offer “help for self-help” in which you set the goals of the treatment yourself and am available to support you from the beginning to the end of the therapy. My goal is to meet you where you are. I strive to create a safe, judgment-free space where you feel understood, valued and cared for.

As a specialist in psychiatry and psychotherapy, I can offer medication support if the symptoms are currently too distressing, but usually temporarily. Diagnoses and classifications serve as a guide for optimal treatment, but are not the focus of my client-centered psychotherapy.

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