I trained as a M.A. 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 also trained in systemic family therapy. As an art psychotherapist I'm particularly interested in practicing with regards to socio-political contexts and psychosocial wellbeing. In accordance with my strong interest in intercultural issues, I gained experience working with children, young people and families in England, Nepal, Ghana, South Africa and Germany. My work within diverse settings and multidisciplinary teams in different countries has fostered my understanding of differences and similarities regarding cultural perspectives and ways of communication.
therapy for individuals, couples and families
I integrate methods from a variety of the arts, such as visual art (drawing, painting), improvisation theatre, pottery or creative writing. However, we can decide individually what feels suitable for you at any given time. I know that some people prefer to express themselves nonverbally, while others feel more comfortable talking – both of which are fine. I follow a psychodynamic approach and aim to co-create a non-directive space with my clients, which feels safe to explore any issues that might come up. When working with families or couples it can also be helpful to use systemic methods, as they sometimes feel more tangible when trying to understand and change unhelpful dynamics.
- 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
2021 Systemic Family Therapy Training (ISTB Institute)
2017 Heilpraktiker für Psychotherapie (HeilprG)
2016 Global Mental Health: Trauma & Recovery Certificate Harvard Medical School
2014 Art Psychotherapy (M.A.) at Goldsmiths University of London, United Kingdom