Andrés Ocazionez

Psychoanalyst, Berlin, Germany
  • Attachment
  • Transitions
  • Creative Process
€85 /Session
Flexible pricing 361529f9d61d23d2aa04021382f15f437b7650b8689e5c08fafc2fb9bd447719 Flexible Pricing available

My Approach

I love my profession. I like to think of depth psychological work as a highly complex and creative field, almost an art form. Like art, I believe that psychological work demands sensibility, respect, trust, persistence, and a good sense of humor. Every dream, symptom, or life situation is from...
I love my profession. I like to think of depth psychological work as a highly complex and creative field, almost an art form. Like art, I believe that psychological work demands sensibility, respect, trust, persistence, and a good sense of humor. Every dream, symptom, or life situation is from the outset a psychological interpretation, a creative artifact, a statement, a theory. It is through our commitment to the uniqueness of each soul phenomenon that its depth has a chance to come out to light, to reach us, and to unfold. I find that a depth psychological approach, by acknowledging the uniqueness of each person and each psychic situation, facilitates an effective and creative approach to the highly complex and often painful dynamics of our inner world. Through Stillpoint Spaces I offer a responsible and qualified commitment to psychological work in the form of online counseling services to English and Spanish speaking individuals.
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About Andrés

Andrés is a counselor and Jungian analyst with a private practice in Berlin. Andrés is a graduate from the C.G. Jung Institute Zürich and has received a cum laude recognition for his thesis - The Psychology of Analytical Training- presented in the Faculty of Philosophy o...
Andrés is a counselor and Jungian analyst with a private practice in Berlin. Andrés is a graduate from the C.G. Jung Institute Zürich and has received a cum laude recognition for his thesis - The Psychology of Analytical Training- presented in the Faculty of Philosophy of Universidad Complutense de Madrid. His main concerns orbit around psychological creativity, psychological becoming, depth-psychological epistemology, and the possibilities and challenges of technological tools in the practice of psychotherapy. Andrés also works with sculpture, poetry and digital illustration. Andrés dances like a lobotomised person but continues trying to catch up with rhythm... a mysterious phenomenon for him (this has been endearing and even inspirational to some).
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Education

  • Psychologist (Universidad San Buenaventura, Colombia)
  • M.A. in Psychoanalysis and Theory of Culture (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain)
  • Psychotherapist/ Jungian Analyst (C.G. Jung Institut, Zürich, Switzerland)
  • PhD (cum laude): “The Psychology of Analytical Training” (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain)

Experience

  • Psychotherapy and psychoanalysis (institutionally, online, private practice)
  • Researcher, educator and international lecturer
  • Specialized in the themes of: fundamentals of analytical psychology, psychotherapeutic tools and approaches, psychological creativity, psychological becoming, depth-psychological epistemology, the creative possibilities and professional challenges of contemporary psychotherapy
Hobrechtstrasse 66 HH, 2OG
120 46 Berlin