Kirstine is systemic and integrative in her practice, with experience in Humanistic, Cognitive-Behavioural and Psychodynamic approaches to therapy, among many others. As a result, she is able to offer a personal and holistic service tailored to the specific needs of her clients. Short or long-term psychological support and intervention are available depending upon client requirements.
With each client, Kirstine works at their own pace in exploring and processing interactions between their thoughts, emotions and behaviour. This often involves considering these interactions within different contexts (e.g. within specific relationships), identifying past and present patterns, and exploring how past experiences may have shaped a person’s way of living and thinking.
Kirstine has a flexible, open and warm approach, which leads to building strong and collaborative therapeutic alliances with her clients. She always works to create an atmosphere of trust, so that the therapeutic work can take place in a safe, supportive and respectful environment. She pays strict adherence to confidentiality and highly maintains all other ethical standards.
Initial consultations provide clients with the opportunity to discuss their current situation, express any concerns, ask any questions and decide whether or not Kirstine is the right therapist for them.
Kirstine uses therapy rooms in Firhouse. However, other areas can be requested.