Our Values

Mission statement

Mental and physical health are two sides of the same coin. They are closely related. Therefore, access to psychological services should made as easy as access to medical services. We work pro-actively on promoting Psychological Therapy and on reducing stigma associated with psychological services. We view medical dominance in the field of psychology as unsubstantiated.

The vast majority of psychological issues is based on learning gone wrong (with only a few exceptions). Psychological therapy genuinely identifies the learning process and stimulates new learning opportunities. Even in cases where biology plays a role, psychological services help managing.

Everyone has the capacity to create a life that is meaningful and fulfilling, no matter what people have been exposed to. Learning is rewarded by personal growth and by enjoyment of work, love and play.

We strive for the highest standards and are uncompromising in our care. We aim for a best possible process directing you to desired results. Our approach is informed by psychological research and humanistic principles.

Humanistic foundation
We believe that all therapy requires a humanistic foundation, irrespective of the applied therapy modality. We believe in the innate desire for growth and for being connected meaningfully to others. We cannot see therapy as a mere tool to technically reduce symptoms without looking at what is keeping a person from growing into their own strength.

We have deep respect for our clients’ idiosyncrasies. We support therapies based on humanistic principles and that regard a person in all his/her complexity.
We only accept your instructions when convinced that we can achieve the goals you are looking for.

Our love of doing therapy is deeply rooted in the belief that people have an innate drive to grow. We oppose mechanistic programs primarily aiming to fix symptoms.

We are caring and supportive. We are also truthful and honest in the work we are doing together and accept boundaries to helping.

We consider it a privilege to contribute to well-being and growth by partaking in people’s life at a very personal level.