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 participated in further training in systemic family therapy. As a therapist I'm particularly interested in international couples counselling and in psychosocial aspects of migration. 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.
individual therapy & international couples counselling
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.
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
Health an Care Professions Council (HCPC) England
Deutscher Fachverband für Kunst- & Gestaltungstherapie e.V. (DFKGT)
2021 Systemic Family Therapy (i.A. 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