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Judith Gleba Kressmann
Analytical Therapist Montpellier

If your past prevents you from moving forward, if you are looking for prospects for the future, or if you feel the need for help in your relationship, professional life, or in other aspects, contact me.

Judith Gleba Kressmann thérapeute analytique Montpellier

Adults, couples, adolescents

Personalized support tailored to your needs

Thérapeute Analytique franco-anglais à Montpellier

English-French Analytical Therapist in Montpellier

Judith Gleba Kressmann

I welcome adults, adolescents and couples, online as well as face-to-face.

Consultations take place in English or French (for expatriates who are more comfortable in English than in French).


 Having grown up and educated in the United States, I have lived in several countries, and, over time, I have confronted and consoled people with eating disorders, children with special needs, drug addicts and many more situations that confront us all.

My studies at a specialized institute, The International School of Applied Psychoanalysis, have strengthened my knowledge in this area.

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“Open your past… Create your future”

Why consult an Analytical Therapist?

Seeing a therapist is a step towards healing and resolving difficulties. Applied Psychotherapy gives us tools to free ourselves from our constraints, and to face various situations in order to confront them with awareness.


Analytical therapy seeks to understand the origin of the symptom in a listening space where speech is free, and in the strictest professional secrecy. This allows to reflect, to develop one's thoughts, and to question oneself in a direct exchange with the therapist.


Analytical therapy guides you to adapt changes in attitudes, behaviors, ways of thinking or reacting. In order to feel better, to find answers to your questions, to solve problems, to make choices, to understand yourself better. 


 Anxiety, stress, burnout, depression, and a whole range of disorders can be treated with analytical therapy. 

For whom ?

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Children - Teenagers

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How to make an appointment?

Judith Gleba Kressmann


06 41 01 32 50



27 Grand Rue Jean Moulin,
34000 Montpellier

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  • How long does a session last?
    60 minutes individually; 45 to 60 minutes for adolescents; 60 to 90 minutes if more time is needed for couples sessions.
  • How to pay for online sessions?
    Via bank transfer or PayPal.
  • How often should I consult?
    It depends on several factors : the reason for consulting, your availability, your budget, your motivation. Ideally, one session every week or every 2 weeks. For couples, every 2 weeks to give time to adapt to the new “best practices”.
  • Do you receive teenagers with or without their parents?
    Consultations are strictly private. The sessions with adolescents are individual. However, I regularly communicate with the legal guardians in order to reassure them of progress.
  • How do I know if what I have is “burn-out”?
    Here are the most common signs : Weariness linked to a loss of meaning in your work Excessive and chronic fatigue (linked to sleep disorders) A devaluation of your professional skills, A loss of self-esteem Difficulty concentrating and remembering information Addictive behaviors (tobacco, alcohol, drugs) Physical pain (headaches, dizziness, muscle tension).
  • What therapy can be effective against burnout?
    Cognitive behavioral therapies (CBT) are often indicated in the treatment of burnout and generally provide good results. This therapy will allow you to identify the causes of your burnout, to better understand your limits and to change your behavior and habits to avoid a relapse.
  • How do you know if you are bipolar?
    The symptoms are cycles where phases of excitement and depression alternate. They have an intensity, duration and frequency that vary from one person to another. The alternation of symptoms can be impressive, between hyperactivity, aggressiveness, lack of inhibition, then sadness, dejection and total demotivation.
  • How do I know if I am bipolar or borderline?
    In borderline personality disorder, changes in mood and behavior often occur in response to other-related stress. In bipolar disorder, mood changes are more lasting and less responsive to each other . Borderline personality disorder is characterized by major difficulty managing emotions. It is often associated with impulsive behavior and seriously affects interpersonal relationships. Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) aims to acquire emotional regulation skills with the aim of building a more balanced life.
  • What are the treatments for post-traumatic stress?
    Psychotherapeutic treatments are based on cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), eye movement desensitization (EMDR).
  • Why do I repeat the same “mistakes” of my parents? How can I improve my behavior to spare my children?
    The psyche ensures that we repeat what we know, despite our desire to do the opposite. Opening up about your past (analyzing your history, talking about your experiences) allows you to confront your own reality. When we are fully aware of our actions, we can better control them, even change them, thus we shape our future.

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