Reasons to consult

Stress +

  • Feelings of Anxiety and Depression derived from interpersonal conflicts (confrontation, discussions) recurring with colleagues or other authorities in the professional field.
  • Repeating professional failures.
  • Excessive fear of losing one’s job.
  • Fear and high anxiety facing new responsibilities.
  • Feelings of failure due to bad experiences.
  • Feelings of failure over promotions not obtained or professional objectives not reached.

Workaholics +

  • People who put pressure on themselves and on others to get more results who never seem enough.
  • Committing excessive time and energy to one’s work.
  • Difficulty to stop his professional activities in order to think or relax.
  • Long periods without vacation.
  • Professional achievement being the only way to get satisfaction.
  • Fear of professional failure and difficulties confronting failure.
  • Excessive need for control over one’s business (need of organization and planning, perfectionism and difficulty in delegating).
  • Tending to get upset with those who do not meet expectations.
  • Unsatisfying private life.
  • Symptoms of muscle tension, gastrointestinal and vascular problems, etc..

Burn-out +

  • Repeating professionnal absenteism.
  • Being unproductive and a permanent sensation of being over-demanded professionnally.
  • Difficulties in social relationships, both in personal and in professional life.
  • Depressive symptoms and loss of illusions and vocation.
  • Anxiety, irritability and feelings of failure.
  • Taking emotional distance to others.
  • Associated symptoms: chronic fatigue, headaches, insomnia, muscle pain and gastrointestinal problems.

Mobbing +

  • Difficulty to be heard by one’s superiors.
  • Being victim of agressions (shouts, verbal abuse and threats) by his colleagues.
  • Being criticized both for professional reasons (quality or quantity of work) and for personal reasons (private life).
  • Being avoided or ignored by its officers and / or colleagues leading to isolation of the individual.
  • Being slandered or mocked.
  • Being forced to perform humiliating, useless or absurd tasks for which one is over- or under-qualified.
  • Being discredited or ignored about decisions or professional actions taken.
  • Being deprived of work to be done.

Anxiety +

  • Excessive and persistent concern in relation to certain circumstances, that has no factual or logical basis (based on facts or logic).
  • Muscle tension, fatigue, shaking and / or agitation.
  • Hyperactivity symptoms: palpitations, difficulty in breathing or swallowing, nausea and diarrhea.
  • Symptoms of hypervigilance: feeling constantly in an extreme situation, difficulty finding concentration, insomnia and general irritation.

Depression +

  • Loss of appetite.
  • Sad mood.
  • Lack of interest in hobbies and activities.
  • Insomnia.
  • Drowsiness.
  • Hyperactivity.
  • Lack of energy.
  • Difficulty concentrating.
  • Difficulty being in relationship with others.
  • Suicidal thoughts.
  • Poor self-esteem.
  • Feelings of guilt.
  • Feelings of hopelessness.
  • Unresolved grief.
  • Social isolation.
  • Frequent discouragements.

Somatizations +

  • Fear of undergoing repetitive serious illnesses without a medical basis that can confirm this.
  • Varied symptoms without organic foundation that drives a person to frequently visiting doctors, taking non-prescribed drugs and behaving erratically in relation to his health.
  • Stressing factors that can lead to illnesses and cause psychological conflicts.
  • Excessive worry and frequent complaints in relation to chronic pain despite the absence of confirmed disease.

Chronic pain +

  • Feeling pain having exceeded for a period over six months beyond the normal healing process so that the pain significantly limits normal activity.
  • Widespread pain in muscles, bones and joints that restrict the normal functioning of the person.
  • Progressive use and abuse of painkiller drugs.
  • Daily tension, migraine and headaches.
  • Rheumatoid arthritis.
  • Irritable colon.
  • Not engaging in professional activities, at home or at leisure because of the pain.
  • Depressive symptoms due to pain.
  • Feeling generally limited: “I can not do what I did before” or “Nobody understands me” or “Why me?” or “When will it end?” or “I can not go on like this.”

Eating disorders +

  • Chronic and rapid absorption of large amounts of food rich in carbohydrates.
  • Excessive concern for body image and perception of inadequate self-image.
  • Inducing vomit or abusing of laxatives for fear of weight gain.
  • Significant loss of weight (amenorrhea in women) and a refusal to maintain medically correct weight.
  • Irrational and excessive fear of weight gain.

Problems in couple +

  • Frequent and repetitive discussions inside the couple.
  • Lack of communication.
  • Systematically blaming the spouse for the existing problems.
  • Separations.
  • Divorces.
  • Having love affairs outside the couple.
  • Physical or psychological abuse in marriage.
  • Looking for activities outside the couple (professional, social) and investing oneself in them so as to put as much distance as possible from the couple (emotionally and sexually).
  • Repeating choice of antagonistic relations due to the difficulty of maintaining a healthy and strong relationship, by picking dysfunctional and problematic companions.

Family conflicts +

  • Difficulties communicating inside the family.
  • Recurring conflicts with parents or close members of the family.
  • Families that fail to provide support or to exert a positive influence over its members because of lack of communication.
  • Conflicts derived from parent being too fusional and thus invading the life of their children.
  • Difficulties being independant inside family life.
  • Feeling rejectd by one own’s family.

Dependance +

  • Difficulty being self-sufficient, financial dependance from parents, individually and in housing.
  • Love affairs very short and close to one another and in time.
  • Fear and panic when confronted to the possibility of being alone in a relationship close to its end.
  • Feeling easily hurt by other’s comments and unhappy if one do not please others.
  • Need of third parties to take decisions or to face new initiatives.
  • Obtaining happiness exclusively through the relationship with others.
  • Fear of being abandoned.
  • Seeking problematic relationships coupled with physical and/or psychogical abuse and big difficulty getting rid of them.
  • Avoiding disagreement with others and expression of one’s own opinions for fear of being rejected.

Poor self-esteem +

  • Difficulty accepting compliments.
  • Being very critical of one self, to see one self as unattractive, a loser, small.
  • Difficulty saying “No” to others.
  • Fear of being rejected by others.
  • Difficulty finding qualities in oneself.
  • Feeling unease at social gatherings, especially in large groups.
  • Lack of vital projects and objectives definitions that do not match one’s own abilities.

Sexual problems +

  • Partial or total absence of sexual desire.
  • Feelings of rejection or evitation related to sexual activity.
  • Absence of physiological sexual response (reaching or maintaining an erection or vaginal lubrication).
  • Lack of pleasure or pleasurable sensations during intercourse.
  • Delay or lack of orgasm or ejaculation during satisfactory sexual intercourse.
  • Genital pain before, during or after sex.
  • Involuntary contraction which prevents vaginal penetration.