About me

stephane-nkonda-nana-psychologue-bruxelles-2Stéphane Nana is an occupational and organizational psychologist, graduated from the Université Libre de Bruxelles and is registered with the Commission of Psychologists.

His research in psychology has focused on the adaptation of expatriate workers in Brussels. After having acquired several professional experiences, notably in Cameroon as publication director and editor-in-chief of the magazine mon psychologue and in several organizations in Belgium such as the asbl d’Cole, Manpower and the Welfare Unit of the Federal Public Service Strategy and Support.

He is in charge of psychosocial and organizational issues such as:

  • Accompaniment to professional mobility and adaptation of expatriates to situations of cultural differences;
  • Accompaniment to orientation, reorientation and socio-professional reconversion;
  • Accompaniment to the conciliation of work life – private life;
  • Psychological support to the difficulties of living of LGBTQIA+ people;
  • Psychological support of sex professionals (Striptease, erotic massages, prostitution and pornography actor/trice…);
  • Psychological support to the difficulties of being a professional;
  • Psychological support for social and economic integration difficulties (immigrants and newcomers);
  • Support for the social reintegration of prisoners;
  • Management of psychosocial risks (stress, Burn-out, Bore-out, moral and sexual harassment, alcohol and drug abuse, suicidal tendencies…);
  • Malaise and suffering at work (low self-esteem, feeling of personal efficiency, loss of meaning, conflicts of values, emotional demands, conflicts of interpersonal relations, difficulty in asserting oneself, assertiveness, dissatisfaction, self-depreciation, boredom at work…);
  • Existential problems;
  • Services on demand;
  • Parent-child mediation;
  • Management of relational conflicts and sentimental relationships;
  • Family cohesion problems;
  • Support for school and student dropouts;
  • Preparation of students for Erasmus trips to accompany these patients towards a better well-being, he combines a person-centered approach and guidance.

He offers online and face-to-face consultations in French and English.PsychologistStéphane Nkonda Nana – Psychologist – AnderlechtStéphane Nkonda Nana

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Couples therapy

When a couple’s situation is such that the two people can no longer put up with each other, or that communication becomes practically impossible or at the least is very difficult, then it is worth calling a counsellor to try and re-establish communication and review the problems.

Psychotherapy sessions

What is fascinating in many of our psychotherapy sessions, is the relatively limited time that is needed before the psychologists understands your problem and has a clear picture of it. When you come to your consultation session and tell your psychologist about your problem, we will first of all consider together how this problem occurs, where it comes from and the impact it has on you and your life.

A Psychologist’s way of treating stress and anxiety

Human beings are by nature frequently subjected to fear: a threatening situation, moments in life categorised by uncertainty, and apprehension – there are so many moments which generate a feeling of fear or danger. This danger can be real but also projected, imagined, or produced by traumas which are our own and which we haven’t been able to move on from.