Individual sessions for insecure attachment styles
I don't do traditional individual therapy over several years. Psychotherapists licensed by health insurance companies are primarily responsible for this (my fee is only reimbursed by private health insurance companies). Many people just take a few impulse sessions, come to me in acute crisis situations, want to work on their insecure attachment style or finally let go of a toxic relationship.
ARE YOU SINGLE OR IN A DIFFICULT RELATIONSHIP AND WOULD LIKE SUPPORT?
In my individual therapy I will help:
heal your insecure attachment style
To never let you treated badly again
To be able to calm and regulate your nervous system when fear comes
To be able to deal better with an acute separation situation
Identify and heal your traumatized inner parts (some call it “the inner child”) and triggers
Find better strategies for your future dating life, or
Find better strategies for you for your current relationship life
“Finally get to know yourself better”
Couple and sex therapist, relationship coach
How can we work together?
In our sessions, we analyze what attachment style you have and how it affects your relationship life today. Our time together deals with two levels:
1. How does your insecure attachment style manifest itself, what behavior is visible, what unconscious “strategies” do you use?
This is the “inner manager” level, so to speak. Your managers are doing everything they can to stop feeling the pain from before, but unfortunately often not in a very constructive way. They do it in a way that your “inner child” knows. Sometimes it is enough to work with these managers. You understand your own reactions and learn new, more constructive ways to communicate and express your needs.
2- Sometimes we also have to go deeper and look at the hurt inner parts that so often flood you with painful feelings and that also make letting go so difficult.
We experience the attachment injuries we experienced as children again and again in our relationships as adults. For example, if we suffered from an emotionally unavailable parent as a child, we often look for emotionally unavailable partners as adults. It is obvious that this cannot work, but we still have the unconscious inner urge to try again and again. We look at these hurt parts of ourselves and look for ways in which you YOURSELF can give them what they need. This will help you become more confident, make better choices, and take better care of yourself when you're heartbroken.
I'm looking forward to you!