"One of the deepest needs is to be completely heard,
completely understood and completely accepted."
                                     Carl Rogers

My approach

My approach is humanistic, based on the conviction that each person possesses in him/herself the necessary resources for his/her development process.

The humanist perspective views human nature as fundamentally good, with the potential to maintain meaningful relationships in good health and to make choices that are in the best interest of self and others. Humanistic psychologists lead their clients to free themselves from assumptions and functions that might prevent them from living a more fulfilled life. They encourage and emphasise growth and self-actualisation. For humanistic psychologists, not being truly oneself is the source of difficulties.

I accompany you with active and attentive listening, questions, observations, and feedback that will help you clarify your situation and shed new light on what you are experiencing. We will explore that "small or large pebble in the shoe" that is preventing you from moving forward. Together, we will set out on a journey to help you resume your growth, whether personal or professional. 

Depending on the issues brought up in the sessions, I can integrate elements from other approaches that I consider relevant to the therapeutic process, particularly the Body-Mind approach. In any process of self-awareness, it is fundamental to me to give the body its full place. The body never lies and never stop giving us information, like a barometer of our internal states. Through the bioenergetic exercices that I can propose to you, it will then be possible to start releasing the tensions stored in the body; tensions associated with frustrations, pains and fears experienced from a young age.

Freeing the body and freeing the word in order to find our unity and express our uniqueness.

My support is adapted to each life story, taking into account the psychological, physical and spiritual dimensions.