Sabrina received her Master’s degree in Psychology from the National University of Córdoba, Argentina. Her degree was recognized in 2015 by the Commission of Psychological Professions (PsyKo) of the Swiss Confederation. She is specialist in psychosocial support for victims of domestic violence. She advocates for the right and protection of women and children.
Sabrina se graduó como Licenciada en Psicología de la Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Argentina. Su titulo ha sido reconocido en 2015 por la Comisión de Profesiones Psicológicas (PsyKo) de la Confederación Suiza. Es especialista en el área de violencia intrafamiliar, específicamente en el apoyo psicosocial de pesonas víctimas de violencia doméstica.
Sabrina provides consultation in Spanish and German.
Fatma obtained her master’s degree in integrative clinical psychology and emotions orientation at the University of Geneva. She is currently pursuing her training as a psychotherapist with a humanistic orientation. Her approach and methods are centered on the person, regardless of their difficulties, using different techniques such as mindfulness and focusing on emotions. The person-centered approach is a psychotherapeutic orientation based on congruence (a term close to authenticity), unconditional positive regard and empathy. In this accompaniment, the person finds a space to discover and increase their competencies. Fatma is registered with the Swiss Federation of Psychologists (SFP) / Fédération Suisse des psychologues (FSP) /Föderation der Schweizer Psychologinnen und Psychologen and the pCa Institut.
Fatma provides consultation in English, French and Arabic.
Lauren Deimling Johns
Lauren received her professional doctorate from Trinity College Dublin and Bachelor’s degree in psychology from The University of Texas at Austin. She served as a United States Peace Corps volunteer in the Peruvian altiplano. As a lecturer, adjunct professor, clinical supervisor, practitioner, researcher and advocate she focuses her work in increasing access to care and healing. Lauren provides consultation in English and Spanish.
Deimling Johns, L., Power, J., & MacLachlan, M. (2018). Community-based mental health intervention skills: Task shifting in low- and middle-income settings. International Perspectives in Psychology: Research, Practice, Consultation, 7(4), 205–230. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/ipp0000097