Wolfgang Heine

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

My Approach

How can we achieve an attitude towards our difficulties and disturbances that allows us to regain a constructive mindset? In most cases cri...

How can we achieve an attitude towards our difficulties and disturbances that allows us to regain a constructive mindset? In most cases crises want to initiate a change, because the previous life plan, the long established relationship to oneself and others, reaches limits, which make an adjustment necessary. In my work, I want to help my clients to understand the logic of his/her inner dynamics and help him/her to build new structures that will enable the initiation of the transformation process.

 

As a Jungian-trained analyst, I acknowledge the wisdom of our unconscious, which, despite all the difficulties it can confront us with, always strives for a fulfilling, meaningful and satisfying way of life. I see it as the task of the therapeutic process to recognise and remove the hindrances that prevent my clients from carrying out such a life.

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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 chang...

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

* 10 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