Evelin J. Lenz
has been working in her own psychotherapeutic practice in Munich since 2005.
She has many years of therapeutic experience with client-centered conversational therapy according to Rogers (GWG | LMU Munich), therapeutic hypnosis according to Milton Erickson and as a DKG certified psycho-oncologist (German Cancer Society, UKR Regensburg).
Evelin Lenz is also member of the "Project Group Psycho-Oncology" at the Tumor Center Munich (TZM). As a lecturer, she teaches "Psychooncology and Long-Term Crisis" as part of the Master's program 'Psychosocial Counseling' in the crisis intervention course at the University of Applied Sciences of Eastern Switzerland. > Qualifications
Based on the knowledge of higher-level laws, she has specialized in psycho-emotional and subtle, ethereal levels, as well as effectiveness of targeted awareness, and in the interactions of all levels with the human body. Thus she offers, in addition to ongoing BLÄK-accredited continuing education, a sound basis for her psycho-oncological and psychotherapeutic work.
With clarity, compassion, experience, great dedication and humor she starts where the effectiveness of other treatments is often insufficient. Her heart's desire is, independent of symptoms and diagnoses, to sensitize people for their inner truth and love, but also for holistic connections. With the goal of becoming aware of one's own, positive power and to apply it practically.
What makes my work unique?
"In addition to psychotherapeutic or psycho-oncological support, information from your soul level is revealed through me, if desired. This mostly unused potential is especially beneficial to people who, for example, make frontier experiences in the course of an oncological disease. This information is meaningful and can have a decisive influence on your view of the course of the disease. I'll be happy to explain why this is so."
"According to my therapeutic understanding ...
... ideally, all types of therapies interact in a beneficial way. It is crucial that a therapy is tailored to a person, or better, to a person's consciousness. The qualitative difference between "knowledge" and "consciousness" is decisive here.
This means that the therapy method must correspond to the consciousness of the respective person, otherwise this treatment cannot have the desired effect in the person: recognition.
For this reason, there is no blanket truth about which therapy is suitable."