Are you in burnout or on the verge of it? Isn't it encouraging to know that many of my clients have succeeded in overcoming burnout in a very short time? Is it worth an hour's effort to see if you succeed, too? Is Bellevueplatz in Zurich a good location for you? Are you comfortable on Saturdays? What prevents you from coming to see me? People with the strangest mental problems could overcome them through my coaching.
If you have a risk of mental mental health, burnout or even first signs of burnout syndrome, you might have a question now:
Do I need to see a psychiatrist or even go to the hospital?
Is it worth an hour of effort to find an answer to this question and possibly already get on the path out of burnout?
Is it also worth an hour's effort to drastically reduce your risk of burnout?
Imagine you are sitting in a carriage pulled by four horses. Horses, bridle and harness are invisible. Now the carriage slows down or maybe stops altogether. Is one of the horses lame? Is one of them perhaps weak and no longer able to walk? Are all four of them lying exhausted on the ground?
Or maybe all four horses are alive and well, but they've quarreled and now each is running in a different direction? One pulls to the rear, one to the front, one to the left and one to the right? When all pull with equal force the carriage stops. Now you just have to convince the four horses to run in the same direction again. That's all. And on rolls the carriage towards your goal.
You can't because you can't even see the horses? No problem:
The horses are metaphors for parts of your psyche. Most problems of mental health have to do with the inner processes in your psyche. What looks like a big mental problem is often just a small misunderstanding between these parts. Most people are not aware of these inner processes. That is where I come in.
even if you
The key lies in the sentient soul, intellectual soul, and consciousness soul.
The ancient Greeks still knew about them. Modern science, psychology and medicine no longer know about them. Yet they are the decisive factors for getting out of burnout quickly. They all belong to you, and in dialogue with them you can make it.
Burnout has many faces
and is a treacherous affair. If you have an accident, it goes boom from now to next. Burnout has slowly crept into many people's lives, poisoning them more and more each day. It does eventually go boom and it goes bang. Then you finally see the symptoms, but the cause still remains hidden in the depths of the subconscious. There's no cast then, like in an accident. You can't be told "hey take it easy for 4 -6 weeks then everything will be okay again." The mean thing about it is: If you practice a dangerous sport or have dangerous hobbies, you know that you can hurt yourself. With burnout, unfortunately, this is not so obvious. The housewife can be affected just as well as the manager or the student. Whether man or woman, whether visibly stressed or obviously not stressed - they are all the same in front of Burnout.
There is hope here
Burnout is a very individual thing. That is why standard therapies are only sometimes successful. In the following I describe some cases. If they seem familiar to you, there is hope for a quick solution for you as well.
"For a long time I was sad, felt a twinge in my 💗. I did not know how to deal with this sadness. It weighed me down. I think that I am too sensitive. I am good at empathizing, sympathizing with others. Maybe I am highly sensitive."
"Falling asleep before 4:00 a.m. was rare and not infrequently it didn't work at all for several days in a row. Often the thought of my work and the mess I might have made without knowing it stressed me so much that I broke out in a sweat, had shortness of breath and heart palpitations."
Thinking about suic...
P. "I had really bad thoughts that I wanted to do something terrible to myself. But no one took me seriously. I went to my doctor several times and told her about my problem. She said a week of rest would do me good and that I wasn't depressed or anything like that. However, I didn't find any rest."
R. "I was just sitting around alone and didn't know what to do, I was almost only working 😭 I didn't dare to go to the doctor and only went out when I absolutely had to 😞 I had already thought about turning off the lights on myself a few times."
No Energy at all
"I couldn't walk two meters without feeling like I weighed 5 tons and was still underwater. From the couch to bed and back again. No desire to eat. The one-room apartment, the environment, the people in the house with their aggression almost put me over the edge. It really pulled all the energy out of all my cells."
"I could no longer control my emotions and was so exhausted every day after work that I cried for at least 30 minutes. Concentration and attentiveness were already decreasing a lot. I noticed from day to day how my attention, concentration and short-term memory became extremely worse. Then I came to the point where I could not manage a normal workflow under pressure and stress. I was exhausted, drained and didn't want to work anymore."
left to do everything myself
"I worked overtime every day. I was not made to do it. I couldn't bear to leave until my work was done, even if it couldn't be done at all in that time. My thoughts made me wake up every hour night after night with panic that I might have forgotten something. I put all the responsibility on myself. For the colleagues who just left when the time was up. I ignored all my physical symptoms because I believed I had to take my responsibility. I definitely didn't want to have to say I couldn't do it. The hamster wheel was closing. The faster I ran, the faster it spun. Anger, sadness, frustration, aggression and suffering were the predominant emotions. This hamster wheel was my life, my reality, my hell. I was trapped, with no way to stop. I was just tired. I wanted it to stop no matter how, I just wanted it to end."
and there is also no point in digging into the past, childhood or upbringing.
You don't have to take medications that only dim you down. You don't have to go to a psychiatrist and bring up all the things from your subconscious that you've happily forgotten and that would only make you sad again. You don't have to paint therapeutic pictures or practice mindfulness.
In fact, somewhere in the past, a little misunderstanding crept into your soul. Things like that happen in life. 2 seconds of carelessness and you hit the car in front of you. The car is usually quickly repaired. This is different with burnout. Sometimes the "repair" seems almost impossible. The reason lies in the professionalization of medicine and psychology.
Actually, it started well in 1561. That was when Francis Bacon was born in London.
He invented natural science, so to speak, and thus exorcised much of the medieval superstition. But sometimes there is too much of a good thing. And the modern industrial-medical complex is guaranteed to be too much of a good thing.
The basic idea was, "There exists only what can be measured, counted, weighed." This has led to all the wonderful achievements of medicine and technology. It has also led to medicine becoming an actual industry where profits have to be made. Then whole industries came after that like quality assurance, auditing, auditors auditing. And the industry standardizes. That's the way it has to be. That's how flat rates per case came about in medicine.
But people are individuals. Human beings are not standardized and cannot be "quality-improved. They consist of body, soul and spirit. The problems start with the human body already. In 50% of people, the nerve pathways do not run exactly where they should according to the textbook. This is also the case with me. And so it happened that after an operation I could not move my arm at all. It looked like the doctor had accidently cut a nerve. There was no hope of regrowing that nerve, but fortunately I don't believe everything the doctors tell me. That's why now I can move the arm wonderfully again.
Burnout has to do with your soul. And there things are getting way more complicated. According to science, there is no such thing as a soul. Medicine, psychology and psychotherapy avoid the problem of the soul by calling it psyche. We are more pragmatic here: The soul is where the feelings are.
Conscious Communication with the Unconscious.
I invented Inner Process Coaching myself. In recent years, it has been shown that it delivers unbelievably fast results, especially in the case of burnout, anxiety and other fields of mental and emotional health.
Of course, it didn't just come about that way. It is based on the work of Viktor Frankl, Erich Fromm, Mihály Csíkszentmihályi, Richard Bandler, Rudolf Steiner and Erich Zulauf.
I referred someone to Sven who was on the verge of burnout and the results were amazing. After his first session with Sven he was able to get back in his saddle, feel aligned and restored, with enough energy to continue in an upward spiral .
Below are the successes that some of my clients have achieved. Normally, people like to tell people about their successes. It's different with burnout. None of my clients wanted other people to know about their burnout. That's why they can't brag about their incredible success in overcoming it now. That's why all the names have been changed.
Peter came to me at the end of his strength. He was not only at the end of his strength. He also doubted whether the goal (to finish his studies) was even worth the effort. He was no longer able to talk or think much. So I had to do the talking. The therapist in the next room saw him come and leave an hour later. Her words, "the one who went in and the one who came out were not the same people." Of course, he then graduated successfully.
Giuseppe was not only in burnout. He was also about to lose his job, and to top it off, the orthopedist had said that knee surgery was unavoidable. He only came to the second session because he had booked two sessions in a package from the start. Here are his words: "At the session we only talked a little. But after that, some miracles happened. I'm doing great again. I was able to keep my job and my knee doesn't need surgery either. I'm sure it's all coincidence. But it's still nice."
Maria literally came sneaking up to me. She had spent the last few days just lying in bed - without eating, without sleeping, without energy to do anything. She could not give any reason for her condition either. At the end of the session, she yawned heartily and just said, "Now I really have to eat something. I have a huge appetite. And after that I'm going to bed." Maria has recommended me to many people.
Jenna came all the way from another city to see me. For so many years, she had only be caring for other people. Now she was at the end of her strength. We talked philosophically for an hour. My last words as always, "If you don't feel much better in a week, just come back." She nodded and left. I never saw her again. She did, however, send other people to me for treatment.
Eddi had signed up for smoking cessation. When he sat in my coaching practice, it turned out that he had been in psychotherapeutic treatment for burnout for months. Now he wanted to try it with me. The health insurance company said they would not pay for my treatment, but they would pay for smoking cessation with me. Unfortunately, the success came after only one session. The health insurance would have paid for 6 sessions.
Of course, these are all very special success stories. They are unique for each client and no one can know if such successes are also possible for himself. Some people know it will help even before even seing me. One thing I can assure in any case: Even if it has taken longer, almost all of my clients have come to the path of success. That is, they were able to work their way out of their burnout on their own and very quickly return to their normal work. - Without the help of third parties. That means also without the help of the health insurance. They do not reimburse my services. And that's a good thing.
There are two explanations
1. There are no scientific publications
I personally invented the method. There are no scientific studies, no publications, no gurus. And who wants to believe me? I once told a doctor about my method. She used it with great success and then told her professor about it. The professor: "Where is that published?" The doctor: "Sven taught it to me in a course." The professor: "Then you'd best forget it."
2. My understanding of the human being is not recognized by science
I assume that man consists of body, soul and mind. The body needs life force and the soul consists of sentient soul, intellectual soul and consciousness soul. The ancient Greeks still knew this and I work with it. So, depending on the burnout, you have to find out where exactly it is "stuck" and then "talk" to this soul component or restore the trust in the life force. This procedure cannot be recorded statistically, nor can it be laid down in a protocol according to which one must proceed.
--> A procedure that cannot be statistically recorded and defined in a protocol is considered unscientific.
--> Science does not know sentient soul, intellectual soul and consciousness soul.
--> The idea of the life force produces only a tired smile in the scientist (" They believed in former times that there must be something like life force. They called it phlogiston and then recognized it as nonsense. The phlogiston theory was based only on inaccurate methods of measurement."
The success stories above are not there by chance. With Giuseppe and Jenna we worked on the level of the consciousness soul, with Peter on the level of the intellectual soul, with Maria on the level of the sentient soul and with Eddi we re-established the connection to the life force.
Of course, I've also had clients for whom my method didn't work. In such cases, I am relatively quick to say something like: "Before we can start working, you have to come ten more times. Of course, no one does....
Burnout is not a disease. The WHO has classified it as a "health risk factor". In the official classification, it is called "Z73.0". Generally, burnout is understood to be a state of mental and physical exhaustion. If one does not come out of burnout, an illness may eventually result. This would be, for example, an exhaustion depression. Therefore, it is advisable to act quickly if you observe burnout symptoms.
The first phase of burnout is highly regarded socially in many areas: One has the feeling of being indispensable and tends to neglect one's own needs. That sounds good. You probably feel a little queasier when you hear the psychiatrists' term for this phase: "activity and aggression.
The second phase of burnout is still very much accepted by society. This is because one radiates calmness to the outside world. In this phase, however, one often feels numb inside and is even plagued by anxiety. The body shows this in signs such as palpitations, sleep disturbances and increased sweating. Psychiatrists call this phase : "flight and retreat".
The third phase of burnout is characterized by depression, extreme exhaustion and a lack of perspective. One feels paralyzed inside. Psychiatrists call this phase : "isolation and inertia".
Unlike burnout, depression is a medical diagnosis. It is therefore a mental illness. It has some main symptoms. The first main symptom is a depressed mood, in severe cases the feeling of persistent inner emptiness or the "feeling of numbness".
Furthermore, seven additional symptoms are used for diagnosis. These are reduced concentration and attention (1), reduced self-esteem and low self-confidence (2), feelings of guilt and inferiority (3), exaggerated worry about the future, possibly exaggerated anxiety caused by trivial disturbances in the area of one's own body, the feeling of hopelessness and helplessness (4), suicidal thoughts or a perceived complete meaninglessness of their life (5), sleep disturbances (6) and reduced appetite (7).
The diagnosis is then based on the number of symptoms:
mild depression: two main symptoms and two additional symptoms
moderate depression: two main symptoms and three to four additional symptoms
severe depression: three main symptoms and five or more additional symptoms
Common burnout treatments include psychotherapy, stress reduction programs or relaxation techniques such as progressive muscle relaxation, autogenic training, meditation and, more recently, the many Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Programs. This is also called mindfulness-based stress reduction.
What all these methods have in common is that they are either very lengthy and expensive, like psychotherapy, or they have to be practiced regularly by oneself, which most people do not do after all.
Some swear by drug therapies, e.g., with antidepressants or, if anxiety is associated with burnout, anxiety-relieving drugs. In my eyes, these are the modern equivalents of the straitjackets of yesteryear. When the "crazy" person raged, he was put in the straitjacket. He could no longer rage because he was physically prevented from doing so. However, this did not change his mental raving at all and he was certainly not cured by the straitjacket.
The approach to overcoming burnout is completely different with Inner Process Coaching.
Sometimes we speak of burnout syndrome or burnout syndrome. However, the term "syndrome" only indicates that various symptoms point to burnout. It does not refer to an actual disease. Syndrome simply means the coincidence of different symptoms. This is somewhat confusing, because most people probably know the word syndrome from Down syndrome. This is effectively a severe disability due to a congenital coincidence of a mental disability and physical malformations.
The concept of burnout is historically linked to occupational stress. Therefore, many measures of burnout prevention are linked to the profession. This starts with improved time management, continues with communication training and ends with changing the field of activity or even the profession. Organization-oriented strategies aim to improve working conditions and thus defuse stress factors. This can mean, for example, alternating between work processes with high stress levels and those with low or moderate stress levels, scheduling enough breaks or allowing oneself a nap in between.
All recommendations on anything that is experienced as relaxing and helps you to really switch off and recharge are aimed in the same direction. Of course, this varies from person to person. The recommendations range from game nights, concerts, climbing, swimming, saunas, making music or singing in a choir, contact with friends, partners and family, tenderness and intimacy, sports without performance pressure and yoga to prayer or other forms of spirituality.
As beautiful and perhaps relaxing as all these activities may be, they do not address the real problem.
I have not yet mentioned a definition: Burnout is the term used to describe a pronounced exhaustion that usually lasts for months and is associated with occupational overload. It was precisely occupational overload that was part of the first description of burnout, given by the psychoanalyst Freudenberger in 1974. That was new. Previously, it had been recognized that physical causes led to illness. Just think of asbestosis or the coal workers' pneumoconiosis. That is why there is the list of MAK values. MAK is the Maximum Workplace Concentration, which is the maximum permissible concentration of a substance as a gas, vapor or suspended matter in the air at the workplace. This is where one substance (e.g. asbestos) affects another substance (e.g. lung tissue). In the definition of burnout, something psychological from the outside (the so-called stressors in the work environment) now acted on something psychological in the person. But there are no MAK values for psychic like "disparaging looks".
The fundamental problem here is not the lack of limit values but the scientific approach. In science, only what can be measured, counted and weighed exists. Furthermore, science is based on the assumption that everything that can be observed has a cause. This is the so-called cause-effect thinking. A ball that rolls was pushed by something. This thinking has led to all the great material advances in the world. This thinking was then transferred to the living world, to biology: there it is called stimulus-response. An animal responds to a certain stimulus with a certain reaction. These reactions are determined by instincts. Sometimes there are problems with this: If a brooding chicken is attacked by a buzzard, the flight instinct and the brooding instinct come into question. In the conflict of the two instincts it can come then to so-called over-jumping reactions: The chicken does not flee, nor does it fight, but starts pecking around on the ground.
According to prevailing science, the difference between humans and animals is only in the volume of the cerebral cortex. Scientifically speaking, man belongs to the proboscis monkeys.
Traditional burnout treatments are based on this thinking. I must either eliminate the stimulus (change jobs), mitigate the stimulus (take more breaks or more relaxation in my free time), or flatten the stimulus-response curve (mindfulness-based stress reduction or "develop a thick skin").
Since in science there is no such thing as a human being, but only an animal with a large cerebral cortex, there are also no "human" ways out of burnout. There are only scientific ways.
Viktor Frankl has pointed out a human way.
Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.
Genau diese Freiheit, von der Viktor Frankl spricht, haben die Menschen im Burnout aber nicht. Die herkömmlichen Methoden können auch nicht helfen, denn Wissenschaft und Medizin kennen die Freiheit nicht. Man stelle sich vor, ich könnte nach Einnahme eines Medikaments frei entscheiden wie ich darauf reagieren will. In Wissenschaft und Medizin gibt es nur Reiz-Reaktions-Mechanismen.
Genau hier liegt die Macht des Inner Process Coaching. Im Inner Process Coaching erlangen Sie Ihre Freiheit wieder. Deshalb genügt oft eine einzige Sitzung, um aus dem Burnout herauszukommen oder zumindest auf den Weg des Gelingens zu kommen und den ganzen Weg aus dem Burnout dann alleine zu gehen.
In Inner Process Coaching we assume that the human being consists of body, soul and mind. In these dwells the I. But science knows neither soul, nor mind, nor I. These cannot be measured. Psychology as a science helps itself with statistics (there one can count) and behavior-based therapies (these can be carried out with different people according to always the same procedure). That is why conventional psychology helps only in the very long term (time heals all wounds) or by chance.
As I we are human with head, heart and hand. With the head we think (mind). With the heart we feel (soul) and with the hand we act (body).
Most of people's psychological problems are based on the fact that body, soul and mind are no longer a unity. They have become somewhat separated from each other. Often the "I" is also no longer fully present. This is also the cause of many physical complaints and autoimmune diseases.
Because this unity is no longer fully present, we can say figuratively: body, soul and mind have communication problems in dealing with each other. They have to learn to talk to each other again. This is exactly what happens in Inner Process Coaching.
Now the problem lies in the fact that body, soul and mind do not speak the same language. We know the language of the mind: The conscious mind thinks in words and sentences. This is not the case with the soul. It speaks in feelings. The link between the two is the image. The image is equally understandable for mind and soul. Finally, the body "speaks" in enzymatic reactions, in hormonal reactions, in symptoms such as skin rashes or even in complete exhaustion as in burnout. The way from the mind to the body normally always goes through the soul. So we can consider the language of the body as a matter of the soul.
As an Inner Process Coach, I am not a therapist. I do not treat you. I am also not a consultant. I do not advise you. I am more like an interpreter. I show you how body, soul and mind can deal with each other again in an understanding way. If this is successful, you can go the rest of the way on your own.
Especially in the case of burnout, various problem areas very often emerge. Some clients have forgotten, so to speak, what they actually are as a person. Here it helps to improve the strength of the "I". Others have lost contact with their own soul. They no longer have a feeling for themselves, so to speak. Here it helps to improve the basic feeling. Others have forgotten the strength of their own body. In Switzerland, people actually only die of physical exhaustion in the mountains. In all other places there is enough strength in the body. Even in burnout this power is there. But you can't mobilize it. If this is the case, then the solution is simple: one only has to learn again to make this power accessible to the whole person. This is exactly what happens in Inner Process Coaching, depending on the situation. It is easy for the Inner Process Coach and his client. For everyone else it is immensely difficult.
The approach of Inner Process Coaching is to get you back on the path to success after a burnout, where you no longer need external support. Sometimes this can be accomplished in as little as one session. Usually no more than five sessions are needed.
Of course, the methods of burnout therapy described above are also suitable for burnout prophylaxis.
Man consists of body ("hand"), soul ("heart") and mind ("head"). With the head we think. With the hand we act, and with the soul we feel. In thinking and acting we are connected with the whole world. What one human being thinks, another human being can understand exactly in terms of thinking. This happens in mathematics, for example. What one person does, another person can also exactly comprehend and imitate. This happens, for example, in natural science. In the soul, we are all alone. No one can relate to what I feel when I say "I am happy". He can only know what he himself feels when he himself says "I am happy". Two people do not even know if they have the same color sensation when they look at the same color. It is the same with burnout. Burnout takes place in the soul. That's why so many people are alone with their burnout.
In psychology and psychotherapy, the problems of the soul are addressed with the "head". One wants to heal the soul with the "head". Psychologists hope that my burnout will disappear if I can only recognize and name what is causing it. In the fairy tale of Rumpelstiltskin, this also helped the miller's daughter. But if I have fallen into the mental pit called burnout, it is of no use for me to know how and why I fell into it. It is also of no use for me to know that I could shovel myself out of the pit again if I only had a shovel. And how am I supposed to shovel with my head? You can't solve the problems of the soul with your head. That's why so many people don't really find help against their burnout from psychologists or psychotherapists.
In medicine, the problems of the soul are tackled with the "hand". One wants to heal the soul through the body. Burnout patients receive medication or drugs. These have an effect on the body. When the soul can no longer express itself in the body, the problem is naturally solved on the observable physical level. The anxiety or depression associated with burnout has superficially disappeared, and the mood has lightened. The soul, however, continues to have its problems. Medications are the modern equivalents of the straitjackets of yesteryear. Anxiety can no longer rage, but that doesn't make it go away.
I myself help you directly on the soul level. I give you a "soul shovel" with which you can shovel yourself out of the pit. I also give you "soul maps" so that you can better orient yourself in the soul world and start shoveling at the right place. You do the rest on your own. And if you now say "but I have no more strength" - don't worry, there are soul maps on which the sources of strength are marked.
So I am not a therapist. I do not treat you. I am also not a counselor. I do not advise you. I am your Inner Process Coach. I help you to improve your inner processes. In doing so, I am almost a kind of interpreter. I help you to translate the problems you come with or the solutions you want to find into images. The language of the soul is a language in pictures. You then work with these images. To the extent that the images change, the mental situation changes as well. This is how you get out of burnout. With certainty.
At the beginning of the session you explain to me what your problem is and what the desired state should be. There I ask a lot about your state of mind "how does it feel?" or "do you perhaps have pictures in your head?" There are clients who don't feel anything, don't have any images in their head, and they don't have any thoughts going around in their head. It's just different for each person. Based on this information that I receive, I then help you to focus your attention more inward. This is how you begin to communicate with your inner self. Most people do this through images, others through feelings, and still others through words. In most cases, great progress is already made in the first session. After the progress in the session comes the test in reality, followed by a second session.
The American biochemist Dr. Libby Weaver has coined the term "Rushing Women Syndrome" in addition to burnout, which is intended to bring the phenomenon more precisely to the point, especially with regard to women: "In the foreground is the perception of being constantly under pressure," she writes in her book The Rushing Woman Syndrome. She lists the following symptoms specifically for women:
1. you are exhausted, extremely tired, but can't sleep.
2. you are more anxious than usual.
3. you cannot concentrate.
4. you are depressed.
5. you get angry easily.
6. you catch every infection.7. you drink a lot of coffee and become less and less concentrated.
In my practice, I have not noticed any specific differences in burnout between men and women. However, I have very much noticed big differences between individual clients. Every person is unique - also in his burnout. So far, together with the clients, I have also found the unique way out of burnout for everyone - regardless of whether it is a man or a woman. It's the person that counts, not his or her sex.
It doesn't matter if you call your condition burnout or emotional exhaustion. You will definitely find your way to success with Inner Process Coaching.
As described above, the transition from burnout to depression is fluid. The difference doesn't matter for Inner Process Coaching either. You will find out in any case.
So don't focus on the diagnosis. Focus on the path of success. In doing so, the next step is the path to me.
Personally, I don't find the question about the average time lost due to burnout very helpful. It raises (unpleasant) expectations. In the competition between desire and expectation, the expectation always wins. So expect a very short downtime. That will do you good in any case.
As a rule, I conduct individual sessions. But you can also book a workshop or several sessions at once.
|Einzelsitzung||Individual session for individuals. Duration: One hour. Cash payment at the end of the session.||150.-||Buchen|
|Paket||4 one-hour sessions each for individuals. Prepayment for the entire package.||480.-||Kaufen|
|Workshop||I conduct a workshop organized by you in the Zurich area. Maximum 6 participants. Workshop duration: 7 hours incl. breaks.||4500.-||Kaufen|
|Premium||Individual coaching at a location of your choice. The indicated price is per hour of coaching. In addition, CHF 2.80 per km will be charged for the return journey from Ebnat-Kappel.||350.-||Buchen|
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