Lecturer: Katharina Krämer & Annekatrin Vetter
Fields: Psychology, Psychotherapy
How do I experience myself and the world around me? How do I feel? What influences my decisions and actions in everyday life? If you are curious to answer these questions, we invite you to come to our course. During the course we will focus on the broad field of self-experience. We are going to introduce you to different exercises and tools for exploring self-awareness, mindfulness, body perception, biography reflection and interpersonal and intrapersonal communication. A curios mind is the only requirement to join our experiential-group.
There will be two independent sessions, each with a limit of 15 participants.
Katharina Krämer is a psychologist and analytic psychotherapist. She works as a professor for psychology at the RFH Köln, University of Applied Sciences, Cologne, Germany, and as a psychotherapist in private practice. In 2014, Katharina Krämer received her doctoral degree from the University of Cologne, Germany, on a thesis investigating the perception of dynamic nonverbal cues in cross-cultural psychology and high-functioning autism. She works with patients with different mental disorders, focusing on adult patients with autism. Her research interests include the application of Mentalization-Based Group-Therapy with patients with autism and the vocational integration of patients with autism.
Annekatrin Vetter is a clinical psychologist and analytic psychotherapist. As a psychotherapist, she treats patients with different mental disorders in private practice. Additionally, she works as a lecturer for clinical psychology and cognitive psychology at the RFH Köln, University of Applied Sciences, Cologne, Germany, and as a trainer for Coaches at Inscape – Coaching & Counselling, Cologne, Germany. Currently, she is doing her PhD on treatment integrity in Mentalization-Based Group-Therapy.
Affiliation: Rheinische Fachhochschule Köln, University of Applied Sciences, Cologne, Germany