The issue presented here is based on my work and study of the psychotherapeutic process of mostly gay men and what the main issues that they face are which need our attention in the therapeutic relationship.Read more "Psychotherapy Issue Vol. 2: Shame and sexual orientation"
Initially not all people who visit a psychotherapist and face an eating disorder will come to therapy with the eating disorder in mind. Some might need help with stress levels, medical issues that cause anxiety or others with any issue at all which will be more urgent at the present moment.Read more "Psychotherapy Issue Vol. 1: Eating Disorders"
This woman was facing a crisis in her life as a survivor of cancer as well as surviving a betrayal from her partner in ways that are not of interest to us here. She was feeling lost and vulnerable and I was under the impression that she had lost the earth below her feet – she no longer knew who she was…Read more "Counselling Case Study One: Surviving Cancer and Betrayal"
That client was referred to me by a colleague. He wanted coaching in order to do some “everyday practice” in order to keep and improve his skills. He had finished a psychotherapeutic relationship and wanted some coaching sessions on the side.Read more "Coaching Case Study Three: Executive Coaching for a wanting-to-be-perfect CEO"
The client was a young man in his early twenties that was exhibiting high levels of stress, hair loss and low self-esteem. He had quite important psychosomatic issues…Read more "Coaching Case Study Two: From Coaching to Therapy for good reason"
I was approached by E. in order to help her land a job. She was positive that her lack of self-confidence was costing her not landing a job even though she was getting a lot of interviews…Read more "Coaching Case Study One: Ms. K. landing that job"