Who can benefit from online counseling?

  • Anyone working in a stressful environment;
  • Anyone who would like to improve crucial details of his/her life, such as communication with family members, abilities to get over loss and separation, strategies to cope with work issues and relationship problems, etc. ;
  • Anyone who suffers from general anxiety, social anxiety, body image issues, etc.;
  • People who have suffered from excessive alcohol or drug consumption/abuse in the past, but still need someone to accompany them trough the difficulties of their recovering process in a long term;
  • Family members of people with such issues;
  • Anyone who travels a lot or moves frequently from one city/country to another for work or leisure;
  • Anyone who finds it difficult to dedicate more time for him/herself because of his/her busy schedule;
  • Anyone who wants to remain completely anonymous

Who can’t benefit from them?

  • People with severe clinical psychological conditions;
  • People who believe that meetings that are not held in person, lack intimacy and are ineffective;
  • People who are uncomfortable communicating via means of technology.


What happens during a psychoanalytical session?

It is a widely known concept that talking about our problems helps us understand what their origin is and how to go about solving them. Sometimes the mere act of putting our feelings into words, discussing them with a friend or relative, is extremely therapeutic. However, oftentimes this is not enough to tackle the root source of the problem.

Psychotherapy is an effective treatment because it brings this process to a professional level, in which the client consults with an experienced professional capable of interpreting more adequately the nature of the issue. The therapist knows how to direct the client to more profound self reflection, as well as to point out the logical connections between different issues initially perceived as independent.

Many people do not feel comfortable sharing details about traumatic experiences with their closest friends and relatives. For them, therapy is the only way to get rid of the burden caused by these traumatic events, as well as other unhealthy thoughts and feelings.


Psychoanalysis as a therapeutic method

Psychoanalysis is one of the many existing forms of psychotherapy. I chose to dedicate my career to this field because I see it as the most profound and complex method of treating others thus far. Even when the client (also called analysant) arrives with a specific problem, the therapist tries to look at it in the context of the overall personality and subjective experiences of the individual. We try to interpret the unconscious motivations and beliefs that have led him/her to suffering. We do not put people in a box because every person is unique and his/her problems require a unique solution. Our ultimate goal is to help the analysant discover what is best for him/herself, while in the pursuit of overcoming their greatest problems.

The wide range of topics discussed in the analytical process makes it extremely suitable for treating clinically healthy people who do not have a severe mental health problem, yet feel tense, sad, or unsatisfied with certain aspects of their lives. Personally, these are the most interesting as well as complex cases.

Psychoanalysis is a method practiced only by experienced therapists – with 6-9 years of university education. In addition, participation in seminars and courses organized by world associations is required for a minimum of 4 years; however, most of us choose to continue our studies further. My personal consisted of 14 years of university and practical training.