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Andreas S.G. von Wallenberg Pachaly

Coaching / Psychotherapy / Supervision / Group Therapy

Rely on over 30 years of experience!

My life is marked by encounters with people from other cultures.

After living in the USA while I was in high school, I studied psychology in Montpellier, France and four years in Tokyo to finish my studies at the University in Munich.

In addition to my clinical, psychotherapeutic work, I was interested in working with international and internationally operating companies within the framework of coaching and consulting from an early stage. I was already involved in the acquisition negotiations between Sony and Wega in the 1970s.

After starting my training as a psychoanalyst in Tokyo with the Late Prof.Okonogi, I completed it in Munich, Berne and Berlin. A special focus was the treatment of patients from the borderline syndrome spectrum and personality disorders. At the same time, I decisively expanded my therapeutic possibilities with my training as a group analyst.

From the beginning of the 80ies I also ran a kindergarten for 5 years, built up 2 toddler groups in the 80s, which was still a “pioneering act” at that time, and devoted myself intensively to accompanying parent-teacher work in the form of supervision and balint groups.

At the end of the 1970s I had already taken part in a research project on child abuse, which investigated both perpetrators and victims, often the later perpetrators.  This led me in the mid-1980s to become a member of Amnesty International’s Medical Psychology Working Group, which deals with the treatment of torture victims. This is a topic to which I still devote myself in theory and practice, and which also stimulates my clinical work in the form of the trauma treatment of severely disturbed patients.

From 1987 on, together with like-minded people, I built up four assisted living communities with 8 to 10 residents and developed the model of the therapeutic community in the community, which enabled many seriously ill psychiatric patients to successfully undergo psychotherapy and no longer remain trapped in a revolving door psychiatry, as they experienced a supportive, invigorating interpersonal space in the shared flats, which enabled them to “survive” between sessions without falling into unbearable emotional states, thus making many psychiatric stays superfluous.

Another strand was the internationalization of my work. Düsseldorf, as the third largest Japanese community in Europe after London and Paris, not only offered me the opportunity to work with Japanese patients in Germany, but also  offers me as a very international city the opportunity to work with English-speaking patients from different countries.

After my teaching stay at the University of Managua, Nicaragua, I began also with patients in Spanish language therapies, both from Spain, and in particular with people from Latin America.

My interest in therapeutic communities goes back to the 1970s and lies on the one hand in the fact that this form of therapy opens a therapy possibility to people who suffer from a profound disorder of trust and who have little verbal communication skills. Furthermore, the exchange with clinicians and theorists from the English and European area enabled me to introduce and further develop new therapeutic possibilities within the framework of the “Association of Therapeutic Communities”, which enable non-verbal forms of communication and work with the third object.

My international orientation has led me to publish numerous publications in Anglo-Saxon countries. This was also supported by my membership in the IAGP (International Association for Group Psychotherapy and Group Processes) since 1980, an association of group psychotherapists from over 40 countries who meet regularly worldwide.

Qualifications:

Coach – Consultant

psychological psychotherapist – psychoanalyst – individual therapist – group psychotherapist – supervisor
Teaching practice – Training practice
Detailed curriculum vitae

More than just psychotherapy

In addition to the possibility of classical individual therapy, I also offer other therapeutic approaches.

Individual therapy

Individual therapy

There are moments in life when the personal situation seems so difficult that you think you can not go on alone.

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Group psychotherapy

Group psychotherapy

Group psychotherapy is a powerful therapeutic instrument that enables people to resolve conflicts

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Online Therapy

Online Therapy

There are a lot of good reasons for online Therapy…

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Trauma Therapy

Trauma Therapy

People who have been exposed to overwhelming, violent experiences often develop…

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Coaching

Coaching

Management-Coaching for companies
that conduct business in different cultures!

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Supervision

Supervision

Supervision individual
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Organizational framework for psychotherapy

Organizational framework for psychotherapy

Organizational framework for psychotherapy
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Self appraisal

Self appraisal

Basically, the following statement is valid: “Nobody needs to be very ill to want to grow personally.”…

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