My training as an integrative psychotherapist was informed by relational psychoananalytic concepts with a Kleinian perspective in supervison.
This was enriched by contributions from Gestalt therapy, humansitic psychotherapy as well as CBT and trauma informed therapy. I later trained in EMDR and at the Institute for Group Analysis in London.
MPhil - University of Vienna
Thinking is the hardest work there is, which is propably the reason why so few engage in it....
Linda HImbert - 2022
As a student of Karl Popper and other philosophers I have learned in an embodied way to question experience construcitvely. The problem with common sense is that there is nothing common about it.
As a theatre director I developed my understanding of creativity in action and that it often develops through a conflict of ideas. Everything you can imagine is real.
My experience as a supervisor started within a psychiatric community employing a humanistic lens. Later I developed an integrative style of supervision which was influenced by my mentor Maria Gilbert, I further have years of experience of providing group supervison for various organisations as well as universities.
At the IGA I studied for a group supervision diploma which I gained with a merit in 2018.
EMDR - emdr works
EMDR training in 2018 added a way to my therapy practice to deal with trauma in a non-verbal dimension. As the body keeps the score, EMDR uses your somatic processes to digest otherwise undigesable experiences.
"Changing memories that form the way we see ourselves also changes the way we view others". (F. Shapiro)