about me

Ten years of experience in working with diversity and difference:

Managing difference in relationships can range from intercultural issues and psychosocial aspects of migration to neurodiversity.

I trained as a psychodynamic art psychotherapist in London and am registered with the Health and Care Professions Council in England. I’m German and I currently live in Berlin, where I received my psychotherapy licence (HeilprG) and trained as a Systemic Family Therapist. I've gained extensive experience working in England, Nepal, Ghana, South Africa and Germany and I've enjoyed working with diverse clients from a wide range of cultural backgrounds for more than ten years.

my approach

A safe space encourages communication

I integrate my psychodynamic approach with systemic and creative methods. We can decide individually what feels suitable for you at any given time. I know that some people prefer more structure, while others feel comfortable with reflecting on inner dynamics and relationship patterns. I aim to co-create space with my clients, in which you feel safe to explore any issues that might come up.


Educational background

I participated in different international trainings. These are the most important milestones:

2021: Systemic Family Therapy

I participated in a systemic family therapy training at ISTB – Therapie & Organisationsentwicklung in Berlin from 2018-2021.

2017: Heilpraktiker Psychotherapy (HeilprG)

I received my licence to practice psychotherapy in Germany.

2016: Certificate Harvard Medical School

I participated in the Global Mental Health: Trauma & Recovery certificate programme at Harvard Medical School

2014: Art Psychotherapy (MA)

I graduated as an Art Psychotherapist at Goldsmiths University of London, United Kingdom


• A Reflection on Global Art Therapy and Socio-Political Justice (Published Apr 3, 2023 on ATOL) DOI https://doi.org/10.25602/GOLD.atol.v13i1.1704
• C. Krüger, C. Widdascheck, B.Stellbrink-Kesy, C. Hamberger (Hrsg.) Kunsttherapie in Migration. Claus Richter Verlag, Köln, 2019
• (Mitverfasserin) Ressourcen- und Bedarfsanalyse: Psychosoziale Unterstützung für Mädchen mit Fluchterfahrung. Herausgeber: Save the Children Deutschland e.V. in Kooperation mit Charité, 2019
• C. Krueger and G. Rogerson, creating links in Nepal – a critical reflection on intercultural projects. BAAT Newsbriefing, 01/2017

Contact me for a free 20-minutes consultation

We can discuss your situation and wishes during an introductory call.