Psychological counseling -

Single person, couple  and family 

Couples counseling

Love, attention, understanding and affection are important ingredients for the beautiful recipe for a fulfilling relationship. However, these are not the only ingredients and are not always sufficient. We all have our individual needs and expectations that contribute to partnerships. To do this, individuals and relationships are constantly changing.


Being able to talk about your own needs or important issues and challenges is not always easy. I offer a space in the consultation so that better and more positive dialogues develop, challenging feelings have room and difficult topics can be discussed.


In my work with binational and international couples, I notice that in addition to the usual challenges that can be associated with any relationship, they are subject to further areas of tension. Cultural differences and migration can be very interesting and rich, but they can also be stress factors. Despite joy and love, sometimes blame, guilt and frustration can arise. These and other topics can be viewed positively in the consultation.


I often see couples looking for support when the injuries and pain are huge. But it's not too late to do something for your relationship. One of my tasks is to give this pain enough space and to promote the healing process. In my work with couples, I agree goals with both partners. I support them to take a different look at their relationship and issues and accompany them so that they can activate their own resources, explore possible solutions, develop new strategies for the challenges and improve pair dynamics.

Possible topics


  • Understanding and dealing with partnership and relationship problems

  • Develop common values for living together or raising children

  • Orientation regarding parenting problems;

  • Overcoming relationship difficulties due to migration

  • Increasing intercultural awareness and communication in binational couples

  • Resolve conflicts and challenges in binational couples and families

  • Improve relationship skills

  • Improve communication skills and start talking again

  • Find a way out of the "dead-end" or look for changes in the relationship

  • Combine individual and couple needs

  • Increase mutual understanding and cooperation

  • Recognize and express feelings

  • Improve tenderness, intimacy and sexuality

  • Revitalization and refreshment of the relationship

  • Changes in the relationship - e.g. through parenting or moving out of the children

  • Dealing with disappointments, cheating, infidelity

  • Jealousy and trust

  • Decision making

  • Separation and divorce