I am originally from Copenhagen, Denmark. I have completed my education as a psychologist in England and Denmark – a BSc in 2000 from University of Leeds and an MSc in 2005 from University of Copenhagen.
In 2008, I received my authorisation as a clinical psychologist from the Danish Supervisory Board of Psychological Practice under the Ministry of Social Affairs and Integration, Denmark. I am currently a PhD Fellow at Roskilde University, Denmark.
I have worked as a clinical psychologist and cognitive-behavioural psychotherapist at a family treatment centre, a psychiatric out-patient clinic and in private practice. Aside from my current practice, I teach BA and MA students in Psychology as well as courses for clinical psychologists and mental health professionals. I also carry out psychological assessments of adults and children and other consultancy projects.
I am a member of the Association of German Professional Psychologists (BDP) and the Danish Psychological Association (DP).
I am a clinical psychologist offering individual, family and couples’ therapy in English and Scandinavian languages. I earned my Masters in Psychology (MSc) from University of Copenhagen in 2006, and I have a Postgraduate Certificate in Counselling Psychology from Macquarie University, Sydney.
I am a trained cognitive-behavioural therapist, and I also work with narrative therapy.
My main areas of experience are anxiety, panic attacks, stress, depression, anger, jealousy, life crises, trauma and family- and relationship problems.
I have worked as a clinical psychologist at the Psychiatric Center, Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen and as a clinical psychologist in private practice since 2007.
Besides working as a therapist, I also teach at Universität der Künste, Berlin and at the Rhythmic Music Conservatory, Copenhagen. And from time to time, I work as an external examiner at Roskilde University, Denmark.