ACT on Stress
turn stress into FLOW
Need some practical guidance & real responsibility?
National certified Psychological Coach Alexandra Putlitz provides practical support for anyone struggling with issues such as loss of enthusiasm and energy, unhealthy cravings or somatic (bodily) symptoms like sleep disturbance, muscle tension or high blood pressure.
Alexandra will motivate you to bring FLOW back into your life
and show you how to:
• demystify and understand stress
• identify your “stress buttons”
• acknowledge the power of self talk
• incorporate mindfulness (concentration, clarity, equanimity) into your life
• start long term and lasting healthy changes for your well being
Join the ACT on STRESS seminar and experience
STRESS is like a rubber band
How to befriend Eustress and remove Distress from your life.
STRESS is a choice
How to identify your stress triggers.
The ABC Method
Why A is not C.
How to give yourself a treat.
Meet SOAL, your surfboard
You can't stop the waves, but you can learn how to surf.
There’s no business like FLOW business.
Connect with Alexandra Putlitz
Hello. My name is Alexandra Putlitz.
Thank you for taking the time to get to know more about me and my practice. I am a Licensed professional counselor (LPC), Certified Senior Complementary and Alternative Medicine Practitioner (CAM), Holistic & Integrative Mental Health Care Practitioner, National certified Psychological Coach, Systemic Supervisor and Social Pedagogue with over 20 years of experience based in Cologne/Germany and Chennai/India.
I provide psychotherapy and counseling to individuals, cross cultural families, expatriates, entrepreneurs, and small and medium-sized businesses.
I’m thankful everyday to be in a position to help others overcome and heal from their challenges and focus on expanding their well being.
I specialize in mindfulness, bibliotherapy, stress management, de-addiction therapy and salutogenesis.
Salutogenesis examines the creation of wellbeing by looking at successful coping strategies and health. In this respect the salutogenic orientation is opposed to the pathogenic orientation, which focuses on the particular diagnosed disease entity. Salutogenesis examines the underlying social constructs, the broader picture, in order to both define the problem and to search for coping resources or mechanisms.
“In the midst of winter, I found there was, within me, an invincible summer.
And that makes me happy. For it says that no matter how hard the world pushes against me, within me, there’s something stronger – something better, pushing right back.”