Sometimes we feel overwhelmed with stressors of life or find ourselves disconnected from our feelings. We struggle with self-esteem and are not sure how to become the person we want to be. At times we might feel like giving up on ourselves and our relationships.
My approach to therapy involves creating a safe and empathetic space, conducting a thorough assessment, and collaboratively setting achievable goals with clients struggling with stress, motivation, and feelings of disconnection. Using cognitive-behavioural techniques, emotional focused therapy, and interpersonal skill building, I work to challenge negative thinking, enhance self-esteem, and improve relationships. Regularly assessing progress and adjusting strategies, I collaboratively guide clients towards self-reflection, insight, and the pursuit of meaning and purpose, fostering a transformative therapeutic journey.
I strive to empower my clients to effectively manage stress, enhance self-confidence, and cultivate meaningful connections. My goal is to help clients build resilience, foster a stronger sense of identity, and work towards becoming the person they aspire to be, leading to improved overall life satisfaction and healthier relationships.
Matthias is a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) who studied Clinical Counselling at Tyndale University. Matthias has worked with clients who struggle with a variety of issues such as relationship problems, OCD, anxiety, low self-esteem, depression, and grief. Matthias is bilingual and can provide Psychotherapy in both English and German.
Couples, Individuals, Teenagers
Types of Therapy
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT)
Anxiety, Overthinking, Depression, Lack of Motivation, Low Self-confidence, Obsessive Thoughts, Grief, Relationship Issues, Life Transitions, Men's Issues
More Than Just My Work
I love reading in coffee shops and connecting with friends. I also enjoy going on runs and playing board games.