What knowledge and experience do I draw upon in my work?

I have been working in various psychotherapeutic fields since 2012. During this time, I have worked with adults, couples, families and groups, as well as in out-patient (mental health centre and Cellule Ethnopsychologique) and in in-patient settings (clinic for psychiatry and psychotherapy).

Besides my diploma in cognitive-behavourial psychotherapy I completed training in person-centred counselling.

To ensure you receive a high standard of care, I commit myself to stay at the current stage of research and to take part in supervision and further training.

Julie Arendt

Clinical Psychologist
Psychotherapist
Specialist in Cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT)

 

Diploma in Psychotherapy issued by the Freie und Hansestadt Hamburg, Germany

Additional training in group therapy

Recognised psychotherapist by the Ministry of Health of Luxembourg

Member of the Société Luxembourgeoise de Psychologie (SLP) and Registration at the Collège Medical

Work experience as a psychologist and psychotherapist

  • at the Cellule Ethnopsychologique of the Service Migrants et Réfugiés of the Croix-Rouge luxembourgeoise
  • at a mental health care centre (Institut für Verhaltenstherapie-Ausbildung Hamburg)
  • in a clinic for psychiatry and psychotherapy (Zentrum für Integrative Psychiatrie des Universitätsklinikum Schleswig-Holstein, Lübeck)

Research associate at the University of Edinburgh, Institute for Education, Teaching and Leadership, Moray House School of Education

Training in person centred counselling, accredited by the “Gesellschaft für wissenschaftliche Gesprächspsychotherapie“

 

Diploma/Masters in Psychology at the Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Germany

 

Language skills:

Fluent written and spoken skills in: Luxembourgian, French, German and English.

Having lived and worked in the UK I am fluent in English. I have also worked with migrants in Luxembourg. Therefore, I offer to provide psychotherapy in English.