Finding root causes and developing solution strategies

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There are two basic motivations for seeking out a psychotherapist. Some people need someone who can empathize with one’s own emotional situation 1 on 1. Others are in search for solutions to one or more problems they are facing in their lives currently. The cornerstone of successful therapy is trust and clear communication, and if done correctly, much can be achieved in just a few sessions. In the course of their lives, most people develop automatic behavioral and thought processes that cloud an objective analysis of their own emotional life. Through targeted conversations and appropriate methods, as well as relaxation procedures, the client begins to form a new and objective picture of his or her individual situation and draws consequences accordingly. Just as we take responsibility in various areas of our lives, we should apply this to our health as well. This includes physical health, but also emotional and mental health. In today’s world, this is greatly underestimated and often not adequately addressed.
The focus of my counseling is in the areas of trauma and couples therapy as well as personality coaching and uses the following methods:
  • Person-centred therapy (according to Carl Rogers)
  • Trauma therapy (David Grand)
  • Autogenic training
In the context of treatment, there are 3 things that are particularly important to me as a therapist that guide my strategy for individual counseling and problem seeking/solving.
In order to keep the number of necessary therapy sessions to a minimum, I give the patient a direct feedback of my thoughts in each session, without digressing into aspects that are not conducive to development. I give my patient tasks to take home, with the help of which the gained understanding is to be consolidated. This also means that the patient’s own commitment is required if the therapy goals are to be achieved accordingly.
In order to be able to offer the patient adequate therapy, I work with a high degree of empathy. Without being able to empathize with what the patient is feeling, no efficient therapy is possible. I will give this empathy to you in every session. Together, our goal will be to help you better understand your own feelings and learn how to deal with them to solve conflicts, improve relationships and better your life overall.

The integration of various disciplines such as psychology, neurophysiology and anatomy help in the detection and treatment of problems ranging from everyday life to serious psychiatric diseases. That is why “mental health management” offers measurements of the autonomic nervous system for diagnostic purposes and presents the findings to you pictorially. In this way, we can better assess the client´s stress load and, if necessary, also compare it with measurements taken after completion of treatment.


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According to scientific studies, conversational psychotherapy can be considered effective for the following disorders: Affective disorders (e.g., depression and bipolar disorder), anxiety disorders, adjustment disorders, and somatic (physical) illnesses. I value a trusting and efficient therapy through direct communication and clear therapeutic concepts. I strive for a positive development, starting with the first session, so that the results should be felt quickly and the client is able to implement first changes in his or her daily life.
“The term “psychotherapy” doesn’t seem quite fitting for what I do. I try to promote mental and emotional clarity, hence the name mental health management.” – B. Meier-Arian

Person-centred therapist and mental coach


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