About Erik

My background as a therapist

I graduated from the Psychotherapeutic Institute Aarhus (2016-2020). I ground my work on a humanistic, existentialist approach. Human life and development are based on relationships rooted in relations in  time, space, and my therapeutic practice relies on strengthening the client’s agency. The therapy can be both short-term (3-5 consultations) or long-term. During the first consultation, you and me agree on what could be the focus of the therapy. The focus can be adjusted and changed during the therapy. Alongside with my work as a psychotherapist, I do research on children’s and young persons’ wellbeing, and research on attachment patterns and experiences of 0-1-year-old children in family and institution. Previously, I did research on stress and burnout within various professional groups.


Work experiences

Statements from clients...