Counsellor, Art Therapist and psychotherapist (HpG)
"As a therapist one can never stop learning..."
I offer individual and family therapy sessions, as well as parental support and therapy.
Education and Experience
In Cape Town I gained experience volunteering in a prison psychiatric ward and an orphanage, where I worked with adults and adolescents coming from abusive homes. In 2008 I lived in America, where I did an exchange program whilst studying Psychology and working with children.
In 2009 I moved to Munich, where I completed my Art Therapy degree, followed by a diploma in Counseling and Psychotherapy. While studying, I gained several years of teaching experience with children between the ages of 3 and 14. I also worked closely with parents in a supportive role. This was in addition to working as an Art Therapist in an adult drug addiction clinic in Munich.
I am recognised by the German Health and Environmental Department (Referat für Gesundheit und Umwelt) and am a registered “Heilpraktikerin für Psychotherapie” (natural health professional in Psychotherapy).
As a therapist one can never stop learning, which has led me to participate in several advanced training courses in professional development. Some of these include anatomy and physiology, sexual abuse, sex education, family communication, early multilingual development and children with behavioural problems, family and parental counseling, CBT.
Areas of Specialization
I have been working at PsyShrink since 2015, where the areas that I specialise in can be treated in a traditional spoken- therapy or art therapy setting. In some cases a combination of the two can be very effective. For a more detailed look at my therapeutic methods please follow this link: http://robinsonartpsychotherapie.com/art-therapy-or-councelling
• Anxiety: adaptive disorder namely culture shock, grief, divorce, becoming a parent...
• Self-esteem issues/ poor body-image
• Perinatal mental health, parental support & guidance
• Psychoeducational and supportive sessions for the partners or relatives of those suffering with psychological disorders.
• Trauma of loss
• Neurotic, stress-related and somatoform disorders
• Concomitant Therapy for addiction
• Chronic fatigue syndrome (Burn- out)
Please use our contact form to the left for more information or to schedule a free consultation.