About me

I have worked as a clinical psychologist and therapist since 2005. I started out working with children and families – at a child psychiatric unit, then at a publicly funded family treatment centre – before I moved on to work with adults at a psychiatric out-patient clinic as well as in private practices. In 2012 I opened my own practice in Berlin offering therapy to adults and couples. 

I grew up in Denmark, completed my BSc (Hons) in Psychology from the University of Leeds, England, and my MSc in Psychology from the University of Copenhagen, Denmark. 

In 2008 I received my authorisation as a clinical psychologist from the Danish Supervisory Board of Psychological Practice under the Ministry of Social Affairs after completing two years of full time, supervised training in psychological assessment and intervention. 

I am currently a PhD Fellow at the Institute for Health Promotion Research at Roskilde University, Denmark. My thesis consists of a Foucauldian analysis of organisational changes in the Danish mental health care system, and involves qualitative interviews with therapists and patients about their practice and experience. 

I have taught BA and MA students in Psychology as well as courses for clinical psychologists and other mental health professionals. I have extensive experience with psychological testing and diagnostic assessment of children as well as adults.

I am a member of the Association of German Professional Psychologists (BDP).

I live in Berlin with my husband and our three children.