Specifically, I offer...

  • A non-judgmental space for your worries and fears
  • Long-term and individual support to answer your concrete questions
  • Clear explanations of the way of thinking when suffering from anorexia nervosa, based on my own experience with the disorder, so that you can better understand your child
  • Development of individual options to provide the best possible support for the person affected.

Here are a few sample questions that may be on your mind:

  • Does my child have an eating disorder?
  • What is anorexia nervosa and how does it influence the way my child "ticks"?
  • How can I help my child to get better?
  • Pros and cons of ambulatory and stationary therapy?
  • Where is the fine line between trust and inactivity, duty of care and self-care, control and inappropriate paternalism of a young adult?


Most of the time, you and I will talk openly and appreciatively with each other about all of your concerns. In addition, it may be useful to draw upon imaginative procedures, role-playing, relaxation techniques, cognitive techniques, neuro-linguistic programming techniques, etc. 

Of course, I will inform you in advance about the tools and the goal of such an intervention. You may then decide whether my suggestions appeal to you.

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