For whom

"The path to self-confidence begins with acknowledging who we are, what we can and cannot do and how we can best use it"

  • Developmental issues: feelings of discomfort or being ill at ease; dissatisfaction with your current situation, not knowing how to deal with your feelings or desires and dealing with the existence and the meaning of life.
  • Difficulty in recognizing and expressing your feelings.
  • Difficulty in setting your boundaries.
  • Suffering from low self-esteem or feelings of inferiority.
  • Problems with intimacy and attachment.
  • Problems relating to others (personal or work-related).
  • Problems relating to the transition from one life phase to the next: from childhood to adolescence, from adolescence to adulthood, adulthood to middle age, or middle to old age.
  • Problems with acceptance of, or recovering from, loss, trauma, illness or disability.
  • Feelings of being over-burdened or burnt out.
  • Feelings of being stressed, overworked or a loss of confidence in your own performance as a result of pain, long-term physical or mental overload or burnout.
  • Physical symptoms with a possible psychosomatic cause.
  • Work-related complaints such as work stress, stress and burn-out.