In addition to the below listed consultants, advisory bodies shall cooperate with the said at the end of the page with their own lawyers and doctors offices or clinics.
| Dr. Alexander Viehweider
(Head of department)
| Psychologist and psychotherapist. Training in cognitive-interactive (systemic) psychotherapy. Additional training in couple therapy. Have since 2007 worked at the family planning clinic and work there with adults, couples and parents (education consultant). In my work, I put my focus particularly on the circumstances, on social relations, on the ideas and values of my conversation partner to work together with them an efficient and constructive interaction with their current life situation. |
| Dr. Elisabeth Rech makers || Studies of Psychology and completed in Innsbruck Cognitive Psychotherapy training in Verona. Additional training in the areas including: Systemic pedagogy, motivational interviewing, social skills training, communication, aggression and violence of children and adolescents, gender sensitive pedagogy and family. Years of experience in counseling and guidance of parents, children and young people with a focus on: education, puberty, violence prevention, bullying, addiction, eating disorders, eating habits in the family, self-injury, dealing with emotions, work pressure and stress. Experience leading therapeutic groups. The focus of my work with clients are: counseling and therapy of couples, families, children and young people and individuals. My own personal motto: "Do small things with great love!" |
| Dr. Iris Meier Black || Psychologist and psychotherapist. Training in person-centered psychotherapy with children and adolescents. Since 1995 employee of the family counseling in Bolzano. The focus of my work are play therapy and child guidance. |
| Dr. Johanna Pfeifer
|| Studies of Psychology and Education in Innsbruck completed training in client-centered psychotherapy, which forms the basis of my therapaeutischen working; various psychodynamic training and advanced training in adult, child and counseling / therapy; since 1989 in family counseling center of Bolzano. |
| Dr. Stefan Eike man || Psychologist, Psychotherapist and political scientist, 2002-2013 Head of counseling, additional training in systemic family therapy, mediation, couples therapy, therapy for children and young people and coaching. Coach at nationally recognized Institute for Psychotherapy ISPPREF in Naples. His work centers are couples therapy, family therapy, individual counseling and therapy with adolescents. He works with students and teachers in schools, is supervision in the clinical, educational and social fields, and executive coaching. || |
| Dr. Christiane Mühlhäusler || Born in 1954 in Freiburg (Germany), psychologist and educator diploma, psychotherapist, both degrees at the University of Würzburg. Four-year conversation psychotherapy training in Trento. Since half day working for the club Marriage and Education in 1986. Family mother of two sons. |
| Dr. Silvia Pernter ||
Year 1975. Psychologist and psychotherapist. EEBS worked for the club since 2007. In my advisory and therapeutic work with children, adolescents and adults, I attach great importance to wholeness. My work wants the people in the foreground and is characterized on the one hand through my Gestalt attitude, on the other hand offered by the psychodynamic bodywork from (Bioenergetic Analysis). My motto: 'Not your words alone tell me about yourself, it's your whole body.' |
| DDr. Kathrin Hauser || Psychologist and educator, therapist for children with learning disabilities. Further supplementary training in systemic family therapy and counseling / therapy. The focus of my work are the counseling and therapy of children, adolescents and their parents, parenting advice, talks at schools and support for young people and adults. 2007-2010 Consultant for training in family counseling center of Bolzano. |
| Dr. Maria Kerschbaumer || Psychologist, training in language and communication support, freelancer in the family counseling center of Bolzano. Focus of my work are groups of children, support and counseling for children and adolescents, child guidance. |
| DDr. Barbara Pfeifer || Born in 1975, psychologist and historian, play therapist, additional training in person-centered psychotherapy with children and adolescents. Since 2006 freelancer in the family counseling center of Bolzano. The focus of my work focuses on play therapy, accompanying parents and child guidance, children's groups and counseling for young people and adults. |
| Dr. Evelyn Hofer ||
Studies of Psychology and French at the Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt (Austria). Associate the Parents' Helpline South Tyrol and currently works as an elementary school teacher. Since 2011 freelancer in the family counseling center of Bolzano. Activities: relaxation training for adults and children and education talks in schools. |
| Dr. Brigitta Rottensteiner || Psychologist, Psychotherapist, Mediator, learning therapist. A focus on mediation. Training in logotherapy and existential analysis, specialization in mediation and "Clinical Learning Therapy". |
| Dr. phil. Mag Theol. Josef Torggler || Psychologist, psychotherapist, theologian. Analytical training in group dynamics, child and youth psychotherapy, psychodynamic Thherapieausbildung. Free marriage counseling and education employees in Bolzano South Tyrol. |
Specialized therapies will cost a lot more2009-10-18 00:44:50 by awholenothercat
But if you're an adult who wants talk therapy (and is paying out of pocket), you should be able to get someone who's pretty good for close to $100/hour. I paid a clinical psychologist (~6 years graduate work) $80/visit, and I paid a Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT) $100/visit for a special therapy, EMDR. I paid an MFT in training $50 per session, and was able to go twice a week.
Most charge on a sliding scale, so if they tell you a high price, ask if you could get it lowered. Many will say yes.
You want to look for someone who's a:
clinical psychologist (PhD, some have PsyD's or EdD's)
marriage and family therapist (a type of master's degree, MFT)
social worker (MSW, or LCSW, which has more training and experience than an MSW, but both master's level...
OK if you're going to get a counselor2007-09-17 23:55:35 by GloryCA
Be careful. If you don't like the first couple, try a couple of more. I RAN a counseling center for 3 years with totally licensed therapists, half of 'em with PhD's and all culturally sensitive. THEY ARE NUTS. GREAT at what they do but the world's WORST employees.
That said, I love my own therapist. It is EXCELENT to have someone to do nothing but listen to you and give great ideas for YOU and it only costs a co pay. RE: marriage counseling, we never have figured out how to do that. I mean we're TERRIBLE at marriage counseling. Love each other deeply but whatever questions and directions MC's go in just make us annoyed