with Susanne Slotsager
Catalyst for your development.
When we get stressed, depressed or are struggling in our relationships we sometimes need to learn new strategies to become more constructive. Together we look at any inappropriate patterns and strategies that prevent you from being your best version and present.
Often our well-being is related to our inner dialogues and how we treat ourselves. Psychotherapy is designed to give people new strategies to deal with emotional challenges and relationships in a healthy and constructive way. Psychotherapy helps you find new and more constructive ways.
Some of the challenges that people seeks help to solve are…
Psychotherapy is a process. Together we will find the best process for you
One session is 50. min. I recommend that we meet in a double session the fist time.
Our sessions are confidential.
Where to meet me
My office is in center of Copenhagen at Kronprinsensgade 13, 5th floor, 1114 Copenhagen K. – a side street to Købmagergade.
On Wednesday I have late afternoon and evenings session.
I also do couples therapy if you have a need to work out the relationship with your partner.
Intensive Dynamic Short-Term Therapy (ISTDP) and Emotion Focused Therapy (EFT) are both validated methods within psychotherapy and help us navigate emotionally.
With my master degree in The Psychology of Organizations and Core + advanced training in Intensive Short Term Dynamic Psychotherapy (ISTDP) as well as further education in Emotion Focused Therapy (EFT) I have a strong foundation within psychotherapy.
Read more about me here…
Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy (ISTDP) is a unique form of psychodynamic treatment that facilitates the rapid resolution of a broad spectrum of emotional difficulties. It is an evidence-based psychotherapy that is strongly supported by current clinical research studies. ISTDP interventions are specifically designed to resolve anxiety, depression, somatization and personality disorders, as well as alleviate a variety of self-defeating behaviors, many of which derive from unstable or troubled early life attachments.
Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) is a well-known humanistic approach to psychotherapy formulated in the 1980’s and developed in tandem with the science of adult attachment, a profound developmental theory of personality and intimate relationships. This science has expanded our understanding of individual dysfunction and health as well as the nature of love relationships and family bonds. Attachment views human beings as innately relational, social and wired for intimate bonding with others. The EFT model prioritizes emotion and emotional regulation as the key organizing agents in individual experience and key relationship interactions.