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Psychotherapie & Coaching

Welcome to FlexiMind

Using a compassionate, strengths-based approach I help individual and corporate clients to navigate through challenging times and find solutions to thrive in fast changing enviroment. I work with clients in a collaborative, hands-on way, combining my expertise with the tools and concepts of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), schema therapy, as well as mindfulness and self-compassion (MSC) techniques. My approach focuses on building resilience and helping my clients to find their own way, make authentic, meaningful choices in their lives. I believe that with my help you can discover sources of inner confidence and personal fulfilment. If you're looking for support in a challenging situation or you feel the need to move in a new direction in your life, I look forward to working with you to achieve your goals.




Do you feel sad or depressed? Or maybe you experience lack of interest or joy in your work, hobbies or social activities?

Do you experience fatigue or loss of energy nearly every day?

Do you feel nervous or anxious? Do you have sleeping problems?

Do you have difficulties concentrating or making decisions?

Do you have feelings of worthlessness or excessive or inappropriate guilt frequently?

Have you noticed changes in appetite or sex drive?


Coaching and Mental Health Training

Stress at Work

Do you often feel overwhelmed and unable to cope with the stress at work? Have you noticed a significant drop in your work performance?

Do you find it difficult to concentrate or make decisions at work?

Do you experience difficulties with relationships with co-workers or your supervisors in the workplace?

Do you have mood swings, are more irritable, frustrated or impatient than usually?

Do you suffer from physical stress symptoms such as fatigue, muscular tension, headaches, heart palpitations, sleeping difficulties?


Mindful Self-Compassion Training (MSC)

What is MSC? 

Self-compassion involves responding in the same supportive and understanding way you would with a good friend when you have a difficult time, fail, or notice something you don’t like about yourself. Instead of just ignoring your pain, you stop to tell yourself “This is really difficult right now… How can I comfort and care for myself in this moment?" Instead of judging and criticizing yourself, you are kind and understanding when confronted with personal failings – after all, who ever said you were supposed to be perfect? Perhaps most importantly, having compassion for yourself means that you honor and accept your humanness. You will encounter frustrations, losses will occur, you will make mistakes. This is a reality shared by all of us. The more you open your heart to this reality, the more you will be able to feel compassion for yourself and all your fellow humans in the experience of life.

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