I am going round the bend. are you, too?
A read-along psychotherapy
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In the morning, Mirjam Indermaur had given her sons the same stereotypical lecture about the fact that a dishwasher does not empty itself and that shoes do not clear away themselves. A few hours later, her priorities shifted radically. Her husband had been diagnosed with cancer. Mirjam Indermaur's emotional world was upside down, and she knew that she would not be able to get through this fundamental shock without professional help. Having been suffering from exhaustion depression for a long time anyway, she looked for competent psychotherapeutic support. She found this with Denise Hürlimann, a psychotherapist, with whom she felt in good hands from the first moment. After the therapy, Mirjam Indermaur developed the idea of writing a book about the path the two women had taken together. Once she would write the patient, then Denise again
Hürlimann, the specialist. This is how - in mutual storytelling - psychotherapy for reading along came into being. A book that not only gives a deep insight into the world of psychotherapy, but also helps to develop strategies for surviving difficult times and even to find laughter again.
Dr. phil. Denise Hürlimann, born 1971, is a psychotherapist.
As a specialist psychologist for psychotherapy, she treats patients with mental disorders and accompanies their relatives. Her areas of expertise are behavioral therapy, emergency psychology and psycho-oncology. In addition to working in your own practice
accompanies inpatient oncology patients and their relatives in hospitals. In addition, she gives lectures, among other things on crisis management, which are characterized by a high level of specialist knowledge and great empathy. When her former patient Mirjam Indermaur asked her to write a book together, she didn't have to think long, the idea fascinated her. Denise Hürlimann lives with her family in the canton of Zug.
Mirjam Indermaur, born 1967, has completed a marketing education and has been working since
many years in our own company. In addition, she has turned her passion for writing into a profession and writes commissioned work for a wide variety of tasks in a text service
Art. Thanks to her interest in psychology, she will soon complete her master's degree in coaching. After an exhaustion depression and her husband's cancer diagnosis, she underwent psychotherapy. One day she decided to share her experiences
passed on during therapy. And this alternates with
her therapist, psycho-oncologist Denise Hürlimann. Mirjam Indermaur lives with
her family in the canton of Zurich.
We were asked why we wrote this book - here is the answer ...