Existentialism has always attracted and beckoned me through classical and modern literature, philosophy and religious studies. This method allows you to come face to face with yourself, to live the experience to the full. The themes are finding a foothold in life, finding a sense of "enjoying life", "having the right to be myself", the formation of meaning. These are basic, fundamental questions that help us to know not only "why? but also "why?" and stop asking ourselves that question.
Dialectical materialism allows for a holistic view of the individual, seeing him or her in interaction with society and the whole world on the move. Thanks to this approach, it is possible to identify the roots of the problem, to answer the question of "where" it came from, without getting hung up on eliminating the symptoms. For the same reason, I am close to attachment theory. With it, we can see the processuality of personality development regardless of age.
I use diagnostic tools, the latest research in evidence-based medicine and psychotherapy, but do not use teaching or training methods. Although mindfulness is one of the methods of behavioural psychotherapy, it also allows a gentle approach to encountering oneself.
A lot of emphasis is placed on aesthetics - discussing works of art, such as film, literature, music, paintings and making your own.
I decided to make a separate point about femoptics, namely to emphasise that I see and hear women regardless of their age, professional or worldview position.