In Austria, Integrative Therapy has been recognised as a psychotherapeutic method since 2006. It unites a variety of ideas and methods. It’s a modern and holistic method of treatment which also involves the physical side of things. It’s scientifically sound with a complex theoretical foundation and encompasses other psychotherapeutic methods. Amongst others, theories and methods from Psychoanalysis, Gestalt Therapy, Systemic Therapy, CBT/DBT, body and motion therapy and many more are used to customise each psychotherapy process to the individual’s needs.
I am happy to tell you more about Integrative Therapy at the initial appointment.
If you want to find out more about the way I work, click here.
For further information on Integrative Therapy (in German), take a look at http://www.donau-uni.ac.at/de/studium/integrativetherapie/05847/index.php and http://www.oegit.at/
Psychotherapie | Paartherapie |
Beratung | Training
Mag.a (FH) Kathrin Petersdorfer MSc
Psychotherapeutin (Integrative Therapie)
Herbeckstraße 19/2, 1180 Wien
Westbahnstraße 1b/1a, 1070 Wien