The psychoanalytic method allows two different approaches towards one’s own speech. Face to face, we’ll rather face a conversation with the therapist in which our focus will be more oriented to immediate effects. Laying on the couch, an in-depth exploration of the discourse will take place, with more significant effects in the long term. One’s not limited to one of both compositions; the point of view is a matter of free choice.

What kind of subjects are treated in this practice?

Jens Anthoons