Who is the connecting link® method suitable for?

The method is aimed at all people who can identify themselves with one or more of the points listed below:

Areas of application:

  • Stress / "taking work home", problems "switching off"
  • Fears of all kinds (e.g. exam anxiety, stage fright)
  • Constant anxiety / uncertainty
  • Phobias (e.g. social phobia, claustrophobia, aviophobia etc.)
  • Psychosomatic complaints e.g. headache, tension, fatigue
  • Limiting behavioral patterns, addictions
  • Poor concentration
  • Learning disabilities
  • Blockages / black-outs
  • Constant worries / fears about the future
  • Recurring relational conflicts
  • Depressed mental state
  • Lack of motivation
  • Negative Beliefs
  • Persistent excessive demand
  • Not being able to let go
  • Low self-esteem, feeling down
  • Burnout
  • Inability to make decisions

connecting link® is neither a therapy nor can it substitute for a doctor or therapist.
Rather, the method can be understood as an innovative addition to existing forms of treatment that does not aim to combat symptoms, but rather to address the root of surfacing issues.