Tel: 0151-287 666 80

Sabina Glaser | Große Friedberger Str. 44-46 | 60313 Frankfurt

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Psychological Counselling, Psychotherapy

& Couples Therapy

Frankfurt am Main

 About me_ 

Sabina Glaser
  • Born in Sibiu (Romania), married, 2 children

  • 1990 Relocation to Germany

 

  • 1999-2005: Master´s degree in Psychology from the University of Trier (Germany)

  • 2005-2007: Research and Lecturing at the Department of Mental Health at the University of Trier  

  • 2007-2010: Counselling of children with learning difficulties and behavioural problems at the Institut für Lernförderung Frankfurt am Main 

  • 2008-2011: Medical State License in Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy from Post Graduate School GAP in Frankfurt am Main

  • 2008-2012 Clinical Psychologist and Psychotherapist at the Markus Hospital for Psychiatry and Psychotherapy in Frankfurt am Main

  • 2012-2014 Private practice in Frankfurt am Main 

  • 2014-2019 Private practice in Singapore

  • 2019 Relocation to Frankfurt am Main

  • Since 2019 Private practice in Frankfurt am Main

 

  • Fluent in German, English and Romanian

 Come as you are. 

 Kurt Cobain 

The experiences that I gained as a psychologist over the past 15 years influence my style of therapy and as I receive supervision and attend further training at present, the diversity of my therapy skills is still increasing. At the beginning of my career as a psychologist I got in touch with the theories and the research of Positive Psychology

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Positive Psychology became the foundation of my work with individuals and complements my general psychotherapeutic orientation following the Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy (CBT). CBT is a state-of-the-art, highly effective approach to psychological treatment. The concept behind CBT is that our thoughts about a situation affect how we feel (emotionally and physically) and how we behave in that situation. The psychotherapist helps a person to correct the specific errors in what he or she is thinking that produce negative or painful feelings

 

As an expansion of the traditional cognitive-behavioural approach I also use Schematherapy with emphasis on the self-defeating life-patterns (schemas) and deep-rooted emotional themes that prevent people from fulfilling their needs. Schematherapy offers tools to change these schemas and to no longer step into so called "life traps".

 

Next to CBT and Schematherapy, I also incorporate techniques of the Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) into my work. ACT helps people develop mindfulness skills which enable them to stop fighting negative thoughts and feelings, so that they can invest their energy on taking action to improve their life. 

 

Over the years, my own style of therapy evolved as a result of my academic background and the different therapy approaches. These tools help me gain access to a broad variety of psychological issues, thereby always focussing on the individual, their history, learning process, strenghts and capabilities. My main objective is to provide support, so that the individual can ultimately lead a self-fulfilled life again.