Counselling, Attachment-Focused EMDR and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Liberty Counselling Luxembourg is a counselling services provider in Eisenborn, Luxembourg.
There are times when we feel overwhelmed by life’s ever changing circumstances. We feel distressed and misunderstood, as if we had lost our place in the world. If you feel stuck and in need of a fresh perspective, counselling can help.
Liberty Counselling Luxembourg offers Attachment-Focused EMDR (AF-EMDR) and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) for the treatment of trauma, excessive worrying, depression and issues surrounding self-esteem, such as perfectionism, self-criticism, shame and guilt.
To suit your convenience, individual counselling can be had in-person, online or over the phone. You can contact us to learn how we can be of help. Michele Engelke, counsellor, Attachment-Focused EMDR and cognitive behavioural therapist at Liberty Counselling Luxembourg, is available for consultations.
At Liberty your thoughts and feelings are approached openly in without judgement. It is our priority to provide a safe and confidential environment for the relief of your emotional pain.
We foster change and quality of life, helping you regain your personal freedom through peace of mind.
Individual therapy is a type of talking therapy between a single client and a qualified professional such as a counsellor or therapist...
Excessive worrying has the following characteristics: You have frequent episodes of worrying about your future; Your future predictions are filled with worst case scenarios...
You may experience the following when depressed: You feel low and unable to find excitement and pleasure in life; You are constantly binging on carbs or seem to have no appetite at all...
Frequently Asked Questions
How can I make the most of therapy?
The more you put into it, the quicker you feel the benefits of therapy. In CBT, clients are considered active agents of change...
What can I expect in the first session?
Your therapist will ask you some questions to get to know you and the nature of your problem. You will have total freedom to talk about...
How long does CBT take?
CBT is considered short-term, typically lasting between 5 to 25 sessions depending on therapist, case complexity and client commitment and motivation.