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Psychologue Luxembourg

Why consult a psychologist ?

Many people go to a psychologist when family or friends, even if they have the best intentions, are not enough or are simply unable to understand you and help you cope with what you are going through.
We all go through difficult times. It's a good idea to seek help when you can't cope on your own, when, despite your best efforts, you can't resolve the situation on your own, whether in your personal or professional life.
If you feel unhappy or painful, if you constantly feel sad, afraid, angry, ashamed, guilty or misunderstood. When you are caught up in repetitive patterns that put you in difficulty or give you the impression of being at an impasse, or even of failure. If you feel stuck in a stage of your life, if you want to resolve a crisis situation. If you simply want to evolve.
The signals you have picked up are a very good starting point. Professional support can then help you to understand what is happening to you, to make choices, to regain the ability to think or simply to heal and stop the onset of disabling symptoms.
Putting words to suffering is always liberating. The psychologist offers you a framework in which to talk, and you will be listened to sympathetically by a neutral, non-judgemental person. The psychologist will help you to revive your psychological dynamics.

Therapy offers you a listening space and psychological support tailored to your needs. This work leads to change in specific areas of difficulty. It helps you to (re)find your own resources, undo false self-images that prevent you from developing your full potential and boost your self-confidence. Different therapeutic approaches and techniques may be appropriate depending on the problem(s) you are experiencing.

What is the purpose of individual psychotherapy ?

Generally speaking, the symptoms that make life difficult are signals. A form of warning to indicate that something is not working for us. There is no right or wrong reason to consult a psychologist. No subject is taboo.
Individual therapy is tailored to the individual's needs in order to help you resolve your psychological problems and difficulties.

It's an encounter. A patient, with his or her history, strengths, weaknesses and suffering, comes to meet a therapist. A relationship between these two people gradually develops over the course of the sessions, creating an environment of trust. Through this relationship, the patient will come to see, know and understand themselves better.
If you identify with one or more of the following situations, consulting a psychologist can help:
• you are experiencing suffering that affects your well-being (anxiety, tension, sadness, etc.);
• you are experiencing difficulties in relationships or conflicts ;
• you are experiencing difficulties in your professional life;
• you feel like a failure;
• you have experienced a trauma that is difficult to integrate into your life, difficult to talk about (assault, theft, abuse, etc.);
• you are experiencing a painful event (illness, separation, bereavement, professional difficulties, etc.);
• you have difficulty managing your emotions;
• you want to change some of your behaviour;
• you have questions about yourself or your life;
• you have addictive behaviours that bother you on a daily basis;
• your social and intimate relationships are causing you problems ;
• you find it difficult to concentrate or to be as effective as you would like in your daily life;
• you have concerns about your child;
• you have problems with sleep, appetite, etc.

Consultations are available face-to-face at the office or remotely. Sessions last 50 minutes.

Couple therapy

A couple is an entity made up of two different people, each with their own history, desires and expectations. We all evolve individually over the years, as a result of our personal and professional experiences and life events. This means constant adjustment within the couple to maintain a balance. Sometimes we run into difficulties, things get more complicated and we find it hard to find each other again.
Couple therapy with a psychologist can be considered when communication between the partners becomes difficult or breaks down, arguments and conflicts multiply, compromises become difficult, partners feel that efforts are in vain or that the couple is becoming bored, and when dialogue becomes focused on reproaches.

The first meeting

The first meeting in marital therapy is essential, as it establishes a climate of trust between the therapist and the couple.
The psychologist seeks to understand the needs and experiences of each spouse in the relationship. He or she helps the couple to understand and change their dynamics. They help them to integrate new strategies to overcome their difficulties.
Throughout this meeting, the psychologist ensures that each member of the couple is heard and that their point of view is understood. This will enable the psychologist to assess the difficulties encountered by the couple and define the objective to be pursued during the marital therapy.

The sessions that follow

Several sessions will follow the first meeting. The number of sessions may vary depending on the initial situation and the couple's objectives.
During these sessions, the therapist may meet with the partners separately. These individual meetings are an opportunity to clarify certain information with one or other of the partners. This is because it can sometimes be more difficult for one or the other to mention everything with confidence during the marital sessions, especially when there is a great deal of tension between the members of the couple.

Psychologist, Acupuncture and Therapeutic Hypnosis



Phone : +352 661 43 07 42