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Therapy for adults and young adults

In English and French


You are probably reading these lines because you are currently looking for a therapist to accompany you, or to accompany a loved one.


And this in order to cope with psychological suffering, with a difficult time, or to learn more about oneself, seek more personal fulfillment, or more fully develop one's capabilities.


But once this decision is made, how to choose your therapist? I know from experience that it is difficult to find the "right therapist". It is a matter of therapeutic approach, but most of all of personality: it is with a therapist with whom you will feel in confidence that you will be able to be best accompanied.

The best way to experience the sensation of having found the right person to start a therapy with is to meet during a first interview.


There are many questions about psychotherapy. What is the point of doing a therapy? How is a therapy session? What is the difference between a psychotherapist, a psychiatrist, a psychoanalyst, a psychologist? What is the price of a therapy session? What is the frequency and duration of a therapy? ...


I am a Gestalt Therapist who graduated from EPG (Paris School of Gestalt Therapy), member of SFG (French association of Gestalt Therapy) and I  created this website in order to describe my approach and to try and answer some of these questions, so that you know better what you can expect from psychotherapy in general, and Gestalt therapy in particular.



I practice psychotherapy in Paris as Gestalt-Practitioner who graduated from the Paris School of Gestalt (EPG), and I am a member of the French Association of Gestalt (SFG). I mainly receive adults and young adults in one-on-one sessions in French or English.


We are face-to-face and discuss in the form of a benevolent and direct dialogue during which we freely explore your concerns together.

During the therapy I welcome you without judgment, I listen to you but also pay a particular attention to the expression of your emotions and your body language.


Holder of a Master degree from the Lyon School of Management (EM Lyon), I also acquired 10 years of experience in various companies (first in large groups and then in a company I have founded) which enriched my vision of human issues in the professional world.



Psychotherapy relies on the difficulties encountered, whether transient or lasting, in order to help people become more aware of the unique way they behave. It can also enable to make the necessary adjustments one needs to build his/her own path, more aligned inside, and in adjustment with others.

Here are some of the themes we frequently encounter during therapy. These are, however, only examples, far from covering the wide range of issues that can be brought up :



Worry about the future

Anxiety when in contact with others

Fear of negative judgment

Rumination of distressing thoughts


Difficulty finding one's place in relationships


Commitment issues

Complicated work relationships

Complicated family or friendly relationships

Intimacy and sexual relations

Pressure to satisfy others


Poor motivation

Low self esteem

Lack of self confidence

Lack of energy

Difficulty in finding life meaningful


Entry into adulthood

Marriage or encounter of a significant other


Mourning (symbolic or real)

Job loss

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