THE PSYCHODYNAMIC APPROACH

Knowing and being aware of our underlying needs, restraints and resources stimulates a joint process of understanding. Unconscious motives, which contribute to the development of problematic situations, can be identified. Thereby, clients, individuals and organisations are able to set free creative impulses.

PSYCHODYNAMIC APPROACH

The psychodynamic approach helps us to understand the underlying themes that guide organisations and individuals.

THE BEHAVIOURAL APPROACH

The behavioural approach aims to create a connection between understanding and realization. It is about developing strategies, which create options and shape the path to translate knowledge into practice.

SYSTEMTIC PERSPECTIVE

The systemic perspective combines both approaches and describes the effects of potential interventions on individuals and organisations, as well as the interactions involved with such interventions.