Psychoterapy, coaching and councelling in English
Psychotherapy is for people who would like to take a closer look at their life and the way they relate to others. It is for those who would like to gain a fuller understanding of their abilities, difficulties, motivations and worries. In conjunction with the therapist, clients have the opportunity to discover how their past is affecting the way they function right now. We all have learnt certain ways in which we deal with challenges and difficulties. Psychotherapy allows us to examine these ways and to look at and try alternative ways of solving our problems. Usually, it invites clients to follow their emotions and find the confidence to express them. This enables them to have more fulfilling life and relationships.
Now a little about me:
I took my MSc in Business Ethics at the Manchester University, UK, and stayed there for 11 years. In 2000 I moved back to Norway, trained as a gestalt psychotherapist and took advanced training as a supervisor to psychotherapists and started Pustepause. I also helped starting the consulting group iGo in 2011 to bring gestalt to organisational life – the same year I adopted my daughter from Chile.
In addition to therapy I teach social workers at the OsloMet University.
I include a focus on how we embody racism, diversity and marginalising.
Tuesdays and Wednesdays we meet in Grünerløkka in the crossroads between Helgesensgate and Markveien. On Fridays we meet in Nydalen Helsehus, Sandakerveien 128, 0484 Oslo. There is parking right outside the door. Mondays and Thursdays are spent writing and teaching.
Online we meet at whereby.com/pustepause