Raf De Dobbeleer

psychotherapy - psychoanalysis

May my back straighten for me to rediscover through my tracks the road ahead free. 

                            - after André du Bouchet - 

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ABOUT

Ten years of coaching in employment and education made me go forward and broaden my area of activity towards all aspects of life. 

You can come to me to speak about what you find difficult, what holds you back, what frightens you, what blocks you up or makes you run away, in short anything that might hinder you. 

During a first conversation we can talk about expectations and decide whether you would need just a few sessions or more.  

ABOUT

I offer a place to speak about what difficulties you encounter, what holds you back, what frightens you, what blocks you up or makes you run away.

Sometimes however, the words to describe what no longer seems to be ok, fail us, as can understanding or a sense of purpose. 

Speaking to a therapist about what might hinder you is a first step towards accepting, changing, reinforcing...

Together we could gain insights that help you on your way.

A first session will tell if you wish to continue to confide in me. We can mutually decide whether you would need just a few sessions or more.

Continued therapeutic training enables me to keep the necessary openness needed to work in the best possible way.

 

 

PRACTICAL

I am easy to reach: 

  • by public transport subway lines 2 & 6 till Simonis/Elisabeth, then five mintes on tram 9 direction Arbre Ballon, stop Square du Centenaire

  • by car five minutes from the exit Basilique in the Leopold II tunnel

  • or by bike of course 

APPOINTMENT

In need of more information ? Want to make an appointment ? Call or e-mail me.  

0475 60 87 52

rafdedobbeleer@gmail.com

Wereldtentoonstellingslaan

1083 Brussel

My way is in the sand flowing

between the shingle and the dune

the summer rain rains on my life

on me my life harrying fleeing

to it's beginning to its end

my peace is there in the receding mist

when I may cease from treading these long shifting

     thresholds

                                                                    - S. Beckett -