Mojca Filipič Sterle
EN HR SL
Mondays from 11.00 – 15.00
Tuesdays from 12.00 – 15.00
Wednesdays from 17.00 – 20.00
Thursdays from 10.00 -16.00
Individual psychotherapy with adolescents and adults
Family and Couple Therapy
Works from a psychodynamic, relational-cultural and humanistic framework. Specialised in expatriate mental health, including overcoming the challenges of expatriate adjustment as well as development of the resources to enhance the overall well-being.
Our first meeting will be dedicated to getting to know each other and to discussing the reasons for seeking psychotherapy. In order to benefit most from the therapy, it is important to create a safe environment and a good alliance between yourself and me as your therapist. In therapy we can discuss any problems that you encounter in your life – personal and professional relationships, feelings, fears, anxiety, depression, psychosomatic responses, burn-out, etc. We will try to understand better the reasons and the underlying emotions for your behaviour patterns and their role in your relationships.
This is the opportunity to get to know yourself better, to improve your self-esteem and to be able to introduce changes in your life situations. First and foremost, I want to help you feel better.
adolescents, adults, couples and families
Doctor of Psychology (Ghent University, Belgium)
Doctor of Science – Couple and Family Therapy (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)
Post Graduate Studies (specialization) in Couple and Family Psychotherapy
Post Graduate Studies in Clinical Psychology
Master of Psychology (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)
Trainings in Time and Performance Management, Change Management, Personal Organisation
Flemish Association of Clinical Psychologists
Belgian Federation of Psychologists
Slovenian Association of Psychologists
Association of Marriage and Family Therapists of Slovenia
Recognition by the Belgian Commission of Psychologists (affiliation number: 712211565)