every single person
every single voice within a society is important.
no one is dispensable or irrelevant.
All together we form one sound.
(Mahatma Ghandi)

Child and adolelscent therapy 

The implication of "psychotherapy" is based on the greek words therapeia, intending „treatment“ and „caring for“ as well as psyche, intending „soul“. Therapy supports the patient and his or her family to resolve psychological burdens with their ressources and competences.

 The first therapeutical step in therapy therefore is a sensitive getting to know the client and understanding his or her concern. This part always includes the view of the young client as well as the view of the parents. 

Child therapy includes a lot of playful and child-adequate elements while it also means intense work with the parents.Therapy with adolescents and young adults steps more cognitive and active methods – and parents are included based on the actual need of the client.

Behavioural therapy

 ... is based on the concept of „learning theory“ – which intends, that we all learn individual ways of behaviour and thoughts, even emotions have a learning history.

So in the process of behavioural therapy, concrete situations and connected behaviour, thoughts and emotions are explored – and necessarily also a young person's biography: To understand the learning history as well as the ressource history. Which are the basis for understanding and working on the opportunities of change. 

Behavioural therapy is an evidence based method with a broad range of treatment options for: sleeping disorder, attentiveness disorder (ADHD), tic-disorder, eating disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder, depression, fear and panic disorders, psychotic and bipolare disorder, trauma, psychosomatic disorder and others.

Therapy is indicated for the support of families in case of separation, in case of chronic or rare diseases of the child or of the parent as well as support in case of death and severe sadness.