Psychoanalytically-oriented psychotherapy is a psychoanalytical therapy method where the therapist and the client sit across from one another. One or two therapy sessions are held per week.


The psychoanalytical knowledge is based on the classical concepts of Freud and includes the representatives of the object relations theory, such as Melanie Klein, Wilfred Bion, Donald Winnicott, Michael Balint, Otto Kernberg and others.



I am a psychoanalytically-oriented psychotherapist in training under supervision. Before deciding whether you wish to begin a therapy with me one or three initial meetings will be held. During these we clarify your concerns, wishes and expectations together. Afterwards, we jointly agree upon a potential treatment program.


A therapy session lasts 50 minutes and is held in the protected atmosphere of my practice [CONTACT] in the 1st district of Vienna. Of course, I am subject to a strict legal obligation to secrecy. (§15 Psychotherapiegesetz).


Fee according to agreement

As a psychotherapist in training under supervision I am not able to settle with the health insurance.