As parents, we always want the best for our children. But sometimes children and teenagers can have difficulties that they can't overcome even with their parents. In such cases, psychotherapy can help. It offers professional support to overcome emotional problems, behavioral problems or domestic difficulties. In a trusting atmosphere, your child can express his or her thoughts and feelings and find solutions together with the therapist.There are different forms in behavioral therapy for children, such as play training, parent counseling, or therapeutic interview-based therapy. I will work with your child to choose the most appropriate method based on his or her individual needs.Psychotherapy can also help your child build self-esteem, improve relationships, and lead a happier life. If you think your child could benefit from psychotherapy, please do not hesitate to contact me.


An incomplete overview of the disorders I treat in my practice can be found here:

  • Attention Deficit Disorder
  • Fears
  • Aggression, refusal or defiant behavior

  • Permanent sadness, dejection and listlessness

  • Eating disorders

  • Performance issues

  • Tics

  • Relationship difficulties and bullying

  • Abnormalities in sexual development

  • Traumatization due to stressful life events

  • Physical complaints without organic findings such as headache or abdominal pain

  • Sleep disorders

  • Coercion

  • Disease management of conditions such as asthma or diabetes mellitus.

  • Behavioral abnormalities in the presence of a reduction in intelligence