I am 33 years old, a single father of one son, engaged and come from Bad Mergentheim. The desire to understand people better made me study psychology. I became a psychotherapist in order to be able to sustainably improve people’s lives in meaningful, ethical work.
In my work, it is important to me that my clients feel comfortable with me. All living things need good conditions in order to be able to develop well: Plants need good soil, water and light in order to be able to develop. In my work I have made the experience that the groundwork for personal growth is a relationship that is characterized by acceptance, appreciation and compassion. In the first few hours of psychotherapy, you therefore have the opportunity to see whether you feel comfortable with me and would like to take the next step.
If you decide on a therapy, you will be accompanied with my thinking rooted in psychodynamic psychotherapy a wide range of experiences and integrative methods. In my approach, the cause of present problems lies in childhood relationship experiences. Due to the lack of accompaniment in difficult experiences, people develop parts that on the one hand offer them protection from further injuries, but in adulthood no longer correspond to the new reality of life. In therapy we get to know the protective and injured parts with curiosity and appreciation. We learn to listen to these parts and relate to these protective and hurt parts in the safe space of the therapeutic relationship. By understanding and accepting conflicting parts, there is an initial relaxation and mostly a reduction in symptoms. The connection with injured parts usually leads to long-term symptom relief.
Dipl. Psych. Uwe Waldmann
Office hours: Wed. 12:10-13:50