Talk To Doris!

You are at the right place if …

  • You feel your are “stuck” and you have no clue how to tackle the next step to live a better life.
  • You obtained tons of information from books, psychotherapists, specialists, but you find it hard to use it in your everyday life.
  • You do not know how to talk with co-worker that triggers you. 
  • You are overwhelmed by everyday situations. 
  • Your social life is not as you want it to be. 
  • You have have medical issues/symptoms for a long time and you are wondering if there is an alternative.
  • You have a feeling you would understand it all better if only someone would really listen to you,
  • You get advice saying it’s all stress and it’s all in your head, and it makes you angry because you feel you cannot control your body reactions.
  • You may already know that certain events in your life were very unpleasant for you, or may have even forced you to seek psychotherapy, but you find it hard to link all the information together and move on.
  • You want to live a happy, peaceful life, filled with love, gratitude, joy, compassion and purpose. 

This isn’t for you if …

– you’re looking for instant solutions,

– you are not ready or cannot invest time and effort in reorganising and exploring your life,

– you are not interested in changes.


I offer individually customised programme according to your experience. We discuss your wants and needs at our first meeting. Normally, the meetings take place on-line over Zoom app, which is for your free of charge. 

I can offer you support to make the next step from your “stuck-ness”, either in your health, leadership at work or professional development and personal relationships. You will learn to trust life and your body, exploring the way your mind and your emotions work. I will share a lot of practical and simple advice, which have helped me and I believe will also help you.  

Talks and advice do not replace general practitioner’s consultations or orders. Every participant is advised to communicate openly with his/her general practitioner about the approaches he or she is practicing.

Remember to take care of yourself first. You can't pour from an empty cup