Wolfgang Heine

English and German-speaking psychoanalyst, Berlin, Germany
  • Addiction
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
€85 /Session

My Approach

I studied Jungian Psychology precisely because of Jung's attitude concerning psychological and relationship issues as creative solutions to our symptoms. I attempt to integrate a sympathetic, generous and caring perspective into my therapeutic work, which also helps me better understand others...
I studied Jungian Psychology precisely because of Jung's attitude concerning psychological and relationship issues as creative solutions to our symptoms. I attempt to integrate a sympathetic, generous and caring perspective into my therapeutic work, which also helps me better understand others and myself.

The analytical process is from my own point of view and experience one of the most meaningful instruments to help the unconscious induce its own birth. I believe that it should be included as part of our individual integrity, because when unrecognized, the unconscious mind is susceptible to numerous symptoms. All the potential disturbances facing us today – including relationship issues, loss of meaning and purpose, and fears – can on the one hand be viewed as pathological manifestations, but also harnessed as creative instruments to assist us in finding and ultimately integrating that forgotten part of ourselves.
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About Wolfgang

I grew up in a small town in the middle of Germany. After high school and military service, I completed an apprenticeship as an industrial management assistant and then studied political economy in Heidelberg. I then worked several years as a sales manager in the paper industry. A job change p...
I grew up in a small town in the middle of Germany. After high school and military service, I completed an apprenticeship as an industrial management assistant and then studied political economy in Heidelberg. I then worked several years as a sales manager in the paper industry. A job change provided me with an opportunity to fail, resulting in an experience with the dark side of my soul. While in intensive therapy, I began to understand the deeper needs of my inner world. A forgotten part of my personality encouraged me to change my life.

I soon became an artist and began to study Jungian Psychology in Zürich in 2004. After graduating in 2011, I intensified my work at a Berlin-based clinic where I had worked earlier for four years to fulfil the requirements for the practical part of my analytical training. I hope to share my skills with Stillpoint Spaces, particularly regarding matters of life crises, loss of meaning, conflict management, melancholic resentments, and career development.
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Education

  • Master in Psychotherapy Science, University of Krems (Austria)
  • Diploma in Analytical Psychology from the ISAP, Zürich (Switzerland)
  • Degree in industrial management
  • Degree in political economics from the University of Heidelberg, Max-Weber-Institute (Germany)

Experience

  • Eight years practical empirical knowledge working at a clinic with in-patients for depressions, anxieties, addictions, compulsions, life crises, conflicts within a relationship, long-term therapies
  • Experience working as a senior manager, European brand manager, in marketing, sales and human resource development
  • Experience in the art market, exhibitions, marketing
Hobrechtstrasse 66
12046 Berlin