Race doesn’t exist,
but it matters
and Therapy in Munich
As a black therapist, my focus is on women of color with trauma disorders.
People of color often don’t feel adequately represented in a white majority society, especially in the area of mental health. In a vulnerable life situation, it can be very challenging to open yourself up to a white therapist with sensitive and personally shameful issues that are often inextricably linked to your own ethnic and cultural origin.
I would like to close this gap. Many women find it a great relief when a therapist knows and can understand a significant part of their own reality as a woman of color.
My vision is to establish a safe space for these women where they can open up in a trust-building, stabilizing environment, share their story and then tell it anew.
I use different approaches and methods to support people wishing to process their experiences and in this light process their experiences and begin to change their behavior.
My practice for intercultural counseling in the heart of Munich focuses on the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, burnout and anxiety.
Systemic therapy and consulting is a resource- and competence-oriented approach, thus enabling the constructive realignment of one’s own thinking, emotions and behavior.
Process-oriented coaching focuses on your needs in currently challenging situations. Through this process, we can develop a shared understanding of the roots of the hinderances which are preventing your personal growth.