English

Existere

Latin word meaning to step forth, to arise, to emerge, to come to light, to turn into, to become.

Existence is not a static state, it’s a dynamic, continuous process.

Seeing our past, understanding its consequences for our current situation, embracing the potential that lies in the present moment and choosing to project ourselves into a positive future – this is our never-ending and uniquely human endeavour!

Teaming up with a fellow traveller, to explore your unique history, your current existential experience and your unique potential can represent a fascinating and transformative opportunity!

Essential elements in the existential approach to psychotherapy and councelling are curiosity, openness, honesty, authenticity, empathy and patience and central themes are often anxiety, hope, death, courage, meaning and sense of coherence.

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About myself

Born in Zambia, half English, half Swedish and living in Norway since 2006. Graduated as a medical doctor from the University of Linköping in 2006 and completed my psychiatric training in 2015.


I have more than 10 years of psychiatric experience from working with a wide range of mental health problems, in both inpatient and outpatient settings. Since 2015 I have been working as a psychiatrist at an outpatient department at Tiller DPS, which is part of St.Olavs Hospital.

My everyday clinical practice at Tiller DPS focuses to a substantial degree on pharmacological treatment of mental health problems. I have chosen to have a strictly psychotherapeutical focus in my private practice and therefore do not offer prescription of any type of medication.