My Topics

Depressive mood

You feel short-temperedly and in a bad mood, without obvious reason and sometimes from one moment to the other. This results in tensions in your interpersonal relations and impacts your quality of life in a negative way.


You have no energy and are constantly tired, you have problems to get up in the morning, your daily tasks are more and more difficult to accomplish. You have problems to fall asleep or sleep through the night. You lack vitality and have suicidal thoughts.

Bipolar disorder

You are overenergized, sleepless and auto-aggressive (e.g. oversexualized, excessive shopping). In more severe cases ideas to be persecuted or heroic thoughts can come on top. On the other side you may feel depressed and without energy. You feel like in a roller coaster and that you are losing control for your life.

Anxiety disorder, panic attacks

You are suffering from vague anxiety or repetitive intrusive thoughts. Or you may have panic attacks, dizziness, cardiac arrhythmia or other physical pain and the doctor cannot find any physical issues.

Domestic violence

You live in a toxic relation including domestic violence or suffer from unhealthy relations which include physical or emotional violence or suffer from traumatic experiences in the past.

Personal crisis

Reasons can be the process of detachment from parents, burnout or boreout, uncertainty related to deciding which profession to choose, life events such as death of a close family member, separation or other personal losses.

Interpersonal conflicts

You have frequent fights with your partner or a family member like parents or sibling or ongoing conflicts with colleagues at work which impact your career or pleasure at work.

Personality disorder

You have a complex personality or characteristic traits which make it difficult for you to get along with your social contacts. They blame you for your e.g. narcissism or lack of self-control.

Chronical diseases

You suffer from chronical health limitations which determine your life and lead to hopelessness and despair. You feel inclined to withdraw from others and suffer from increasing loneliness.

Psychosomatic problems

You suffer from physical symptoms like stomach or back problems or headache. So far no physical reasons could be identified and you suspect mental problems to be the root cause.

Compulsive disorder

You feel compelled to undergo specific rituals (e.g. excessive washing, cleaning, compulsion to control, compulsive hoarding) and suffer from compulsive thoughts. This interferes with your everyday life and negatively impacts your interpersonal relations.


You feel overwhelmed by the expectations of your social environment, are often short-tempered, suffer from poor sleep and find it hard to think that life will go on like that forever.