Psychologist SFP-BFP

Specialized in ADHD and HPI – Father, Husband, Pilot.

I’m a psychologist, graduated in theoretical and clinical psychology. Licensed in Switzerland, Belgium, and the Czech Republic, I accompany children and adults on the road to live a better life, taking into account each and every time their own abilities and limits. Through the years I specialized in the field of attention deficit disorder with/without hyperactivity and the high-potential way of thinking. As a child I had ADHD and I got help from Ritalin, so I know the benefits and downsides of it. Being quite the “feet-on-the-ground”-type during my work, as a hobby I love to be in and around the clouds as a private pilot.

My History



2005 – University

After studying Clinical Psychology for several years and later on Theoretical Psychology (Research), I obtained my Master’s degree in psychology at the University of Leuven, Belgium (including a one-year internship). A year later I get my European Diploma of Advanced Studies in Psychology and also the Certificate of Specialisation in Psychology (including a one-year internship).

2006 – Leuven, Belgium

A first private practice often starts at the psychologists home and sometimes even in the living-room. For me it was no different. Fortunately I already had a job for some time now. At the university I had several mandates:

2008 – Prague

Shortly after I obtain my PPL (A) private flight permit, I decide it’s time for me to move (moving for real- with stuff in boxes). Looking for new horizons, I load all my possessions in the booth of my car and I move to Prague … Once arrived I start as a Project Manager for NewLink – The Internet Experts. After having gone through the processes of language learning, translations and recognition, I receive my authorization as a Clinical Psychologist and Psychotherapist, valid to this day. So I start a new cabinet.

2009 – Airline Pilot licence

I’m starting to want more. A challenge at hand was to begin the ATPL (A) airline pilot course. So, I sign up at the Flying Academy. Living in Prague, this means I drive every weekend to Brno for two days of classes before starting the work week again.

2011 – Happy encounter

Despite, or rather thanks to all my activities, at the start of 2010 I meet my soon-to-be Swiss wife. With a distance of 850km separating us and a crazy series of road trips back and forth over the weekend, we decide it’s better that I move to Switzerland.

2013 – Private practice in Switzerland

With a colleague, I start dreaming again of re-opening my psychology practice. Finally towards the end of 2014 the new cabinet takes shape at Place Coquillon, Neuchâtel. There, I aim to continue the path of helping and counseling everyone affected by attention problems. I am recognized as a psychologist by the ASPEA and the FSP.

2017 – Director

Having collaborated during some years with the initial Attention Center, I take up the reigns of the Attention Center and start reforming it. As always the goal remains to help as best as possible, but as many provide diagnostics, not many offer solutions other than medication and/or psychotherapy. The Swiss Attention Center is offering a combination of services: diagnostics to start off, but followed by an approach that combines a follow-up focused on techniques with medication and memory training. I hope to streamline this approach.




My experience in the field of attention is not only based on theoretical concepts as learned at the university, but also on the experience of my private practice in various countries. Besides that, on a personal level, I was diagnosed with ADHD early on; so I do know what I’m talking about 😉

At the university psychologists-in-training learn about Attention Deficit Disorder. But there, ADHD is only one (small) subject among hundreds of others: the basis for specialization later. For me, this specialization began with my Master’s thesis, entitled “Gender Differences in Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: Overview of a Decade”.


As I did before graduating, I continued working at the university, but on the side I was able to continue studying and starting consultations in the area of ​​attention. I gained a lot of experience, which started very modestly, but has gradually widened to finally culminate in the project of the Swiss Attention Center in Neuchâtel.


Having been among the earliest children in Belgium to have been diagnosed with ADD, I have always remembered the in-depth diagnostics that lasted for two whole days. The difficulties that I experienced in high school and during my university studies, forced me to find techniques to manage the challenges I faced. Many years later, it even allowed me to get a pilot license, without help, without medication. Now I hope to pass on my know-how to others through an in-depth diagnosis and tailor-made follow-up.




AD(H)D 62%

Attention PROBLEMS.


Attention LAPSES.

Children helped
Adults helped



The following persons recommended me on their own initiative on LinkedIn.


Cool! I really liked the way you helped my son. Family life is a whole lot more peaceful.

Aninha G.

My daughter says she loved the dog 😉 I’m even happier with the quality of your diagnostics and the time you took to explain us the details. Thanks!

Arnold B.

Thank you for your very professional and promt response. I wish I had found you sooner. It would have saved me a lot of difficulties.

Demis G.

After a long life full of problems at school and at work, I finally found out why that was. Thank you for helping me find the right explanations.

Marie M.



Share with us your worries or questions. We’ll get back to you as soon as possible.