Friedrich Nietzsche described himself as philosophising with a hammer: the tuning hammer and fork is a metaphor for sounding out thoughts and ideas. I see psychotherapy similarly; it takes a skillful, direct and gentle touch to sound out thoughts, ideas, behaviours and beliefs.
This is an experiment in expressing my approach through creative writing. These lines from Rainer Marie Rilke's poem Fictional Fact perfectly sums up my perception: 'There is always a fiction in the fact The fiction holds a lot of hidden facts In the end, I found something which might be the beginning of nothing And now the paradox begins with an open end'
This site explores and promotes Nietzschean Psychotherapy; it is an invitation for people to become curious about how Nietzschean Psychotherapy might look (it doesn't formally exist) My writing is a witness account of 'how the "true world" finally became a fable' (Nietzsche)