in Crisis and conflicting situations
You have the impression that you cannot really grasp what is actually going on or why conflicts (in the work environment, in partnerships, in the family, internally) are becoming permanently established or you know exactly what is going on but cannot resolve it.
for recurring problems
You have noticed that unwanted life circumstances repeat themselves without your involvement, or perhaps you see yourself as an unfortunate person, e.g. in the search for a partner or career opportunities. You set your mind to things and are unable to accomplish them.
for the preservation of mental health
You have experienced people with mental health issues in your environment or are a relative or caregiver of family members and would like to assess possible early warning signs and maintain your mental health.
The Analytical Intensive Counseling is a method based on in-depth psychology, which was developed by Prof. Wilhelm Salber as a short-term therapy and is used primarily in psychological counseling, prevention, therapy and research. Its effectiveness has been empirically proven.
This is the further development of psychoanalysis according to Sigmund Freud, but it detaches itself from the theory of drives. In the sessions, challenging patterns of behavior and experience are examined and analyzed for their conditions and causes.
In the setting of psychoanalysis (free imagination, dream work, possibly lying on the couch as well as analysis of the relationship pattern) the client and the counselor move in a joint exploratory journey towards working out the unconscious life profile with its constructive and destructive sides in order to develop a less burdensome way of dealing with conflicts, crises, and challenges. For the translation of this unconscious life profile, fairy tales are utilized to help the client gain self awareness and are therefore lasting companions even long after the sessions are completed.
A few months after the last session, a catamnesis takes place to evaluate together whether everyday life can be experienced with satisfaction and ease from now on without psychological support.