Counselling for Children,
Adolescents, and their Parents

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Now accepting new clients in Luxembourg or via video chat


A therapeutic road trip: as the drivers navigating our lives (or our children’s lives), from the inside of our vehicle we are required to use the help of the car mirrors and motion detectors to overcome our limited sight. That way, we better succeed in making informed decisions about our preferable direction. In this special ride we take, counselling accompanies adults, children and adolescents in the process of understanding themselves and each other, adjusting their ‘cars mirrors’ so they could avoid future obstacles and point their lives in their preferable direction.


Talking, Playing and being silent together: it’s an early afternoon, in a few moments a fidget spinner will sooth the inner voice of a nervous boy, a young woman will struggle whether she should follow her heart and go to study abroad, the drawings will draw us into the fascinating inner world of a very shy little girl, and two confused parents will debate how to help their twins to stop quarreling.

Daily, tears are drying, conflicts are resolved, inner feelings are set free, and the most important thing of all – new relationships grow while doing so: with oneself, with the significant people, with the therapist, and with the world.


A special kind of conversation, a unique way of playing, a journey to cure what needs to be cured: the therapeutic relationship offers a unique perspective, a way of thinking about things that are happening to each and every one of us throughout our life journey. Life presents us with challenges daily: a birth of a child/brother/sister, relocation, divorce, illness, school/work commencement, unfortunate accidents, and more. Sometimes we feel that we are having difficulties to deal with such challenges on our own and that we need a quiet and safe place to reflect on things or to be guided while trying to better understand our loved ones.

A therapeutic session can help shed light on complicated situations and our often habitual responses to these. This process also aids us in learning more about ourselves and our relationships with others.