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A graduate of the Faculty of General Medicine at the Carol Davila University of Medicine and Pharmacy in Bucharest, I became psychiatrist (2013) and primary psychiatrist (2019).
During my years of training in adult psychiatry, I worked at Obregia Hospital in Bucharest and at EPSAN Hospital, France (2012).
I am a psychoanalyst , associate member of International Psychoanalytic Association (IPA) - Romanian Studies Group (2007-2011), Bucharest and psychotherapist (Training in Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy within the “Generation” Foundation, 2005-2009).
French translation - Mihaela Dumitru
The diary of a schizophrenic
author Marguerite A. Sechehaye
We will now know the confidences that Renée made to me shortly after her healing, confidences describing the first feelings of unreality she felt when she was five years old. "I remember very well the day this happened. I had gone for a walk alone (I was in the country, traveling), as I sometimes did. Suddenly, a song in German was heard… "
English translation - Mihaela Dumitru (5 chapters)
Fundamentals of psychoanalytic technique
author R. Horacio Etchegoyen
"The emergence of the Fundamentals of psychoanalytic technique must be welcomed as a considerable event. A true encyclopedia of psychoanalytic techniques explained, commented on, restored in their theoretical context, this book, born from a 40-year teaching experience, offers the reader a complete vision of all psychoanalytic practices. ”
I work individually, in an integrative approach to medication and psychotherapy, body and spirit. In my work with clients in the business environment, I am interested in the interface between management (MBA training, HEC Montreal and the University of Ottawa, Canada) psychotherapy and psychodynamic psychiatry.
I work in Romanian, English, French.
Member of the Bucharest College of Physicians
Approved by the Romanian College of Psychologists (CPR) as a supervised psychotherapist, with a Certificate of free practice in the specialty of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy
Empathy, tolerance, warmth, authenticity, respect, responsibility to my patients are the values that define my practice.
I am fascinated by people, by the extraordinary power of the mind, by the immense human capacity to overcome hard trials, to love, to create, to live beautifully.
Every human being harbors in it an adult and the child of yesteryear. In reality, the inner child is the one who guides the steps of the adult. When we talk about a happy and secure childhood, the inner child behaves like a true guardian angel of the adult. However, things are different when there were sufferings, traumas, abuses in childhood, or when the child witnessed helplessly the suffering of his parents.
In the psychotherapeutic approach, by working in "here and now" I accompany the patient on the path of self-knowledge, helping him to be aware of the conflicts within himself, which can generate problems, symptoms, diseases. In this way, the patient discovers his own ways of functioning, which used them in the past, but which can now become obstacles to development.
I consider the psychotherapist-patient / client relationship one of the important factors that influence the effectiveness of therapy. It is a unique, special meeting that completely differs from all other relationships in life. The two work together, thinking and feeling emotions, feelings, events, in a way that most people do not do in everyday life, even with those closest to them.
Psychotherapy must provide security, confidentiality, enough support to be able to explore the thoughts, emotions, feelings, the most intimate dreams of the patient. One of the necessary conditions for the success of a psychotherapy is the observance of the framework.
We created this space, in which everyone can find themselves, can look at the child they once were and can (re) build…
<br>• The meeting lasts 45 minutes
<br>• The frequency of meetings varies depending on the case between 1 and 4 sessions per week
<br>• We can work face to face, or with the patient lying on the couch
<br>• Confidentiality of the meeting
<br>• With adults who want a child, or are parents, or grandparents
<br>• With students, teachers, artists, lawyers, doctors, managers, etc.
<br>• Adults struggling with depression, anxiety, phobia, panic attacks, eating disorders, etc.
<br>• Adults with adjustment disorders, intense stress at work, etc.
<br>• Infertility problems
<br>• Partner going through a divorce
<br>• Mothers and fathers in the prenatal and postnatal period
<br>• Managers in various difficult situations
<br>• Family conflicts
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