About me – Jacqueline Muench
In my carrier as a therapeutical consultant, I follow the approach that the causes of mental suffering are hidden in one or more conflicts that are probably lodged only in the subconscious. Based on this assumption, we analyse the connection between the current mental suffering and the unconscious causes.
Building a trusting relationship with my clients is the alpha and omega of retrieving and recalling the unconscious conflicts. This reciprocal trust relationship helps them learn and subsequently cope with emotional stress and conflict issues in a different manner, that is, solve unconscious past conflicts that have led to a current mental condition.
Being a therapeutical consultant, I have three focal points: the mother-child relationship, couple relationships, and sex therapy. My education as a development consultant gave me experience in the mother-child consulting. I deepened this knowledge through subject-specific workshops.
My additional specialization in couple’s relationships followed training in couple’s therapy at the IBP (Institute of Body Psychotherapy and Coaching) Zurich as well as with the American couple’s therapist David Schnarch. I am also undergoing a continuous training to become a sex therapist according to the Sexocorporel concept. Finally, I gained expertise in communication management at the Frauenseminar Bodensee.
Thanks to my specialized training and expertise as an experienced therapist, I can advise you on the matters of the mother-child relationship and assist you in conflicts in couple’s relationships. I am also a competent contact person for any education and education-related issues that fall within the scope of social pedagogy. In this area of specialization, I rely on the knowledge gained from my studies and subject-specific workshops.
Do you have questions ?ps
Why have couple’s therapy ?
Highs and lows are common in a relationship. It is perfectly normal to argue, to disagree, or to have a ‘relationship crisis’, as long as they remain isolated incidents and that harmony generally prevails at the heart of the relationship.
When a couple’s situation is such that the two people can no longer put up with each other, or that communication becomes practically impossible […]